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Cheltenham Festival is an event that stretches beyond the usual horse racing enthusiasts. It draws crowds from across the sporting world, all keen to place a few bets and enjoy the spectacle.
Here at FST we’ve got you covered, with daily Cheltenham tips and expert picks from Racing Post’s Graeme Rodway, Robbie Wilders and Keith Melrose.
Robbie is back for the final day of the festival and he has picked a winner for each of the seven races, which can be combined into one huge 112,515/1 accumulator!
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1.30 Cheltenham: JCB Triumph Hurdle
Last time out Fairyhouse success has taken a couple of big boosts and a stiff test on slow ground will be right up his alley, at the likely expense of stablemates Lossiemouth and Gala Marceau.
Selection: Blood Destiny
2.10 Cheltenham: McCoy Contractors County Handicap Hurdle
Second to I Like To Move It in the Greatwood looks red-hot form and presumably been put away with this in mind. Lightly raced and well handicapped off just 4lb higher.
Selection: Gin Coco
2.50 Cheltenham: Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle
Experienced eight-year-old with top form in these conditions and looks the ideal type for a marathon test that demands a lot of novice hurdlers.
Selection: Favori De Champdou
3.30 Cheltenham: Boodles Cheltenham Gold Cup Chase
The class act in the field and removed any doubts about his ability to stay three miles at Leopardstown last time. A clear round should be good enough.
Selection: Galopin Des Champs
4.10 Cheltenham: St. James’s Place Festival Challenge Cup Open Hunters’ Chase
Third-highest rated in the field below two veterans on the wane and on a roll for a trainer who was responsible for the top three in the ante-post betting. He is the only one who runs.
4.50 Cheltenham: Mrs Paddy Power Mares’ Chase
Possibility of a pace collapse here and this mare, whose form is arguably the best of these anyway, is expected to be finishing best.
5.30 Cheltenham: Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle
Runner-up in a Grade 1 novice hurdle last season and back to form with a close second here over 2m1f last time. This intermediate trip is just right and surely better than a mark of 145.
Selection: Might I
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