Monday 20 November 2017

Geraghty backs Cash

Jockey Barry Geraghty feels Cash And Go has a big chance of going one better than last year in today's Greatwood Hurdle at Cheltenham.

Second last season behind Tom George's Olofi, Nicky Henderson's charge lost his form thereafter. However, Geraghty feels Cash And Go has the ability to be a factor once more off the same handicap mark as in the race 12 months ago.

"He's certainly as good now as he was then and although this is always one of the hardest handicaps of the season to win, I'm very hopeful of a good outcome," Geraghty said.

"I'd have plenty of respect for others in the field including Pine Creek, who won well at Ascot on his reappearance and I can see one that finished some way behind him that day, Court Minstrel, leaving that form well behind."

Sunday Independent

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