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Alex Wrigley
Alex Wrigley
March 8, 2024
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Content Editor at Free Super Tips, Alex was born in the shadow of Old Trafford and is an avid Man Utd fan. After graduating from university he combined his love of football, writing and betting to join FST and now closely follows goings-on in all of the top European leagues.

The Cheltenham Festival gets underway on Tuesday, 12th March and it marks the start of the National Hunt’s showpiece event.

The action-packed four days are the highlight of many’s sporting calendar and punters pack into Prestbury Park in the hope of leaving as a winner.

The Supreme Novices’ Hurdle opens the action on Tuesday and the famous Cheltenham roar is the curtain raiser to 28 fantastic contests.

Each of the four days features a Championship race and to raise the excitement levels, we’ve picked out a four-fold accumulator that pays out at a nice round figure of 500/1 with BetMGM. If you’re looking for more tips, look no further than our Cheltenham Festival 2024 tips here!

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State Man to win the Champion Hurdle at 2/5 (Tuesday, 15:30)

Constitution Hill would have been a short-price favourite to successfully defend his Champion Hurdle crown, but the superstar’s absence leaves State Man as the red-hot market leader.

William Mullins’ charge has won three Grade 1s in Ireland this season, stablemate Lossiemouth is unlikely to go for the race, which leaves Irish Point as the only serious challenger and State Man is unlikely to be stopped.

Edwardstone to win the Champion Chase at 13/2 (Wednesday, 15:30)

El Fabiolo looks to have a huge engine, but jumping in strongly-run Champion Chase is a concern and the same can be said for Jonbon, who clouted every fence at Cheltenham last time out.

Edwardstone looked rejuvenated by front-running tactics in the Game Spirit Chase at Newbury last time out and that run can’t be viewed as a one-off when you consider Alan King’s charge is a three-time Grade 1 winner.

Of course, Edwardstone’s ability to repeat those tactics has to be taken on trust and there’s a possibility that the ten-year-old will be taken on for the lead, but there are questions surrounding El Fabiolo and Jonbon and Edwardstone is a far bigger price.

Noble Yeats to win the Stayers’ Hurdle at 9/1 (Thursday, 15:30)

The Stayers’ Hurdle is a muddied picture but Noble Yeats looks the most solid option. Teahupoo is the market leader, but Gordon Elliot’s runner couldn’t take his chance in this race last year, he is unlikely to get the soft ground he craves and Noble Yeats was pretty good in the Cleeve Hurdle last time out.

The preparation looks good, a likely strong pace set by Flooring Porter will be a major plus to Noble Yeats’ chances and 8-1 looks a nice price.

Fastorslow to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup at 4/1 (Thursday, 15:30)

Fastorslow has twice beaten Gold Cup favourite Galopin Des Champs, the eight-year-old is a two-time Grade 1 winner and Martin Brassil’s runner has performed extremely well on both of his two previous trips to Cheltenham.

It’s without question that Fastorslow is the best jumper in the Gold Cup field, and under maximum pressure on the biggest stage of them all, that could prove the key attribute.

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