Buveur D'Air retains Champions Hurdle title at Cheltenham

By usatoday.sport
2018.03.13. 18:58
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Buveur D'Air became the first horse to retain the Champion Hurdle title since 2005 by winning by a head in a thrilling feature race on Day 1 of horse racing's prestigious Cheltenham Festival on Tuesday



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