To start the week we thought we would take a look back at a Cheltenham festival cracker and the event that is in the limelight today is the 2019 Coral Cup.
Normally the races rewatched after the Cheltenham festivals of certain years are mostly the Grade One events, but today we have gone back to a handicap that gave one of the best spectacles of the 2019 festival.
The Coral Cup is a race that over the years has seen some superb finishes and this renewal has to be up there with one of the best with three different leaders in the last few furlongs.
Jumping the last there was seven horses in with a chance of winning the race and it was horse who looked out of contention that nabbed the contest from the clouds.
The passed away favourite Wicklow Brave jumped the last going to the front and looking the most likely winner, but the Nicky Henderson trained William Henry, winged the last and stayed on best of the rest up the hill to make up plenty of ground.
The two were then sent to the judge, with a photo-finish being needed to split them and it was William Henry on the nearside who just did enough at 28/1.