Willie Mullins brought up a record eight wins at the fixture with two more victories

Cheltenham Festival 2015: Mullins puts on Brave face with record win tally

Willie Mullins brought up a record eight wins at the fixture with two more victories yesterday

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Many Clouds at the forefront of the field

Jockey Gavin Sheehan and trainer Warren Greatrex after Cole Harden’s win yesterday

Cheltenham Festival 2015: Greatrex reveals softer side after Harden blazes trail to World Hurdle win

Willie Mullins, Ruby Walsh and Paul Nicholls have predictably dominated proceedings this week, but Cheltenham would not be Cheltenham without the smaller operator getting a look-in and this year it fell to trainer Warren Greatrex to provide a moment to savour when bursting into floods of tears after Cole Harden’s victory in the World Hurdle.

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Uxizandre lifts Tony McCoy over the last and on to victory in the Ryanair Chase

Cheltenham Festival 2015: Tony McCoy ready to revel in the Festival rush for one final time

AP McCoy rides first winner of the week to release the pressure on his final day at the Festival as he targets one last Gold Cup

Tony McCoy on Uxizandre celebrates

AP McCoy wins at his final Cheltenham Festival after victory on Uxizandre in the Ryanair Chase

The legendary jump jockey is due to retire this year

Cole Harden ridden by Gavin Sheehan clears a fence on the first lap on their way to winning the Ladbrokes World Hurdle

Cheltenham Festival 2015: Cole Harden wins World Hurdle ahead of Saphir Du Rheu and Zarkandar

Warren Greatrex and Gavin Sheehan celebrate victory

Ruby Walsh on Vautour celebrates after winning the JLT Novices' Chase

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Cheltenham Festival 2015: Willie Mullins the Don again, but Paul Nicholls leads home revival

'That was a terrific performance,' said Mullins

Dodging Bullets ridden by Sam Twiston-Davies (right), holds off the challenge of Somersby to win the Queen Mother Champion Chase

Cheltenham Festival 2015: Dodging Bullets bang on target as Sprinter Sacre and Sire De Grugy fire blanks

The 9-2 chance won by one and a quarter lengths

Sam Twiston-Davies celebrates victory in the Queen Mother Champion Chase on Dodging Bullets

Dodging Bullets wins the Champion Chase: Sam Twiston-Davies takes second win as Sprinter Sacre and Sire De Grugy come up short

Neither Sprinter Sacre nor Sire De Grugy were able to challenge as Dodging Bullets, ridden by Sam Twiston-Davies, took a famous victory in the Queen Mother Champion Chase

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