Minella Indo is 9-1 winner of Cheltenham Festival Gold Cup for Jack Kennedy to deny Rachael Blackmore in second

MINELLA INDO produced a stunning round of jumping to take a historic Gold Cup for Irish trainer Henry De Bromhead.

His new staying star out-gunned stablemate A Plus Tard and Rachael Blackmore up the famous hill under 20-year-old Jack Kennedy.

Defending champion and hat-trick hunting Al Boum Photo completed an all Ireland front three.

De Bromhead becomes the first ever trainer to win ALL the major Festival races in one season – the Champion Hurdle, Champion Chase and Gold Cup.

And it was number 21 for Irish-trained horses this week – a rout in all but name.

More to follow.


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