I've said this more than once over the Cheltenham years.
Is there any point opposing anything trained by Willie Mullins? Some years, you have to say not.
The master of Irish racing was at it again on Tuesday. He trained a rare Irish winner of the Supreme Novices' Hurdle, the very impressive Klassical Dream.
Then followed up that with another easy victory in the Arkle, this time via the grey Duc Des Genievres.
I don't know how Mullins does it, but this man spends all year long preparing horses for the Cheltenham Festival and once again he delivered . . .
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