Cheltenham: NI takes one-two in Foxhunter Chase

Tammy's Hill ridden by James Smyth

Northern Ireland-trained horses finished first and second in the Foxhunter Challenge Chase on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival.

Tammys Hill (15-2), trained in Newry by Liam Lennon, and ridden by Newry jockey James Smyth, came home first of the 24 runners.

The horse is owned by Jason's father Patrick.

Carsonstown Boy (40-1), trained by Crossgar man Colin McBratney and ridden by Mr Noel McParlan, was second.

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