A good range of Sunday winners, from 10/1 to 1/4 - well done. If I've left anyone out, I apologise; please leave a message on this thread and I'll update.
Given the very wise heads here, I wonder if you can help me with science of the annual New Course V Old Course trope: I can't recall a Cheltenham passing without every expert and pro warning that the New Course is a deeper stamina challenge due to its galloping nature and fewer obstacles toward the end. I was never any good at the sciences, but just from personal experience, this makes no sense to me. I'd much rather run straight and in a consistent rhythm than have to adjust speed and stride to jump, especially when that jump is very likely to cost me momentum, and as soon as I land and organise myself, I must start rebuilding that momentum and balance and rhythm. How can it require less stamina to do all that than to run straight on a flat surface?