34 Entered For 2011 Cheltenham Gold Cup


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This years Cheltenham Gold Cup to be held on March 19th has attracted a total of 34 entries which is seven more than were entered for the 2010 National Hunt showpiece event .

The entries are headed by last year's winner Imperial Commander who is the current favourite for the race with most bookmakers and top price with Ladbrokes at 9/2 .

Imperial Commander part owner Ian Robinson yesterday gave an update on his horse :"He is tricky to get right , but our aim is to get him back in the same condition as last year . If we do he'll take alot of stopping . "

All of the leading fancies have been entered for the race as well as some high profile outsiders including Midnight Chase who has won four times around Cheltenham and last years third Mon Mome who is available at odds of 100/1 .

Paul Nicholls has entered seven horses headed of course by Kauto Star and Denman whilst there are nine entries from Ireland whose leading fancy is the Noel Meade trained Pandorama .

The Cheltenham Gold Cup is once again sponsored by Totesport this year with a total of £500 000 in prize money .

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