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Champion Bumper

This is the only flat race at the Cheltenham Festival and it is usually won by an Irish raider. Blue Sar is an Irish horse with a great chance, he won his only bumper start for Mullins by 11 lengths in very taking fashion and has been put away since in order to aim him specifically at this race. Gordon Elliott trains Envoi Allen who has enjoyed a string of…

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Fred Winter

This is a very open race in which anyone could win, but Nicholls sounds quite confident in FRIEND OR FOE. Nicholls has a good track record in this race and bought the horse last summer with this race in mind. He won on his only start in England and for Nicholls making all the running that day. The Nicholls camp are quietly expecting big things from FRIEND OR FOE in…

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Cross Country Chase

One of the most exciting races at the Cheltenham Festival, the Cross Country Chase sees the horses jump various interesting fences such as the cheese wedge. However, last years winner and Grand National winner, TIGER ROLL, looks fairly unopposed in this. He looks to take the spoils here in this prep run for back to back Grand National wins.…

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Champion Chase

Despite the high class field for the champion chase which includes multiple Grade 1 winners, it would require ALTIOR to fall over in order for him to lose his 17 race winning streak it would seem. the classy crowd favourite is a very short price and so it might be worth looking at a forecast option, in which Footpad should follow him home in second.…

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RSA Chase

This race could come down to two horses from two of England’s powerhouse yards. Nicholls and Henderson will lock horns with TOPOFTHEGAME and Santini respectively. The former is highly regarded by Nicholls and has run two big races behind classy horses recently. He also beat the favourite for this race, Santini, last time out. He really does look at the top of his game. He can be backed at a…

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Ballymore Novice Hurdle

This race sees another favourite for Champion Trainer Nicky Henderson and Owner JP McManus. CHAMP, named after the former crowned multiple champion Jockey AP McCoy, really looks like a classy horse. He is still a very unexposed and highly progressive horse that has previously won a grade 1 race on his way to the Ballymore. He should take this race in his stride at a Standout price of 3/1.…