We couldn’t quite live up to Day 1 & 2’s standard, but we’re still 13 points in profit over the festival so far. Last day and Gold Cup fever with plenty of value to be had. Patrick however is flying with his PREMIUM TIPS and returned a 10/1 winner yesterday at Towcester for an 8 point profit and Alex’s free tip won again, this time at 11/4, that follows up his 6/1 victor from Wednesday, so don’t miss out today!
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Cheltenham Day Four Tips
The ground has come good for Landofhopeand glory and he looks a real contender in today’s opener. He should stay further than his rivals and has been ultra consistent this season. Nicky Henderson’s lightly raced Soldier oInAction could upset the apple cart as he has good flat form and plenty of potential to improve.
An extremely hard race to call so a couple of small each way bets are advised. Jaleo will enjoy what will surely be a strong pace and Ben Pauling’s yard is hitting form. Baltimore Rock is a previous winner at the festival and loves it around here. Blinkers will also sharpen him up for a possible big run.
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Ultra consistent this season and he never runs a bad race. Looks to be between him and the favorite with Wholestone the value bet.
The big race is wide open and Gordon Elliott’s only entry could play a big hand. He ran very well in the Lexus and can make it back to back winners for connections. Champagne West could be in the mix if his jumping is up to standard. He’ll love the undulations and the hill, and could be a lively outsider today.
On The Fringe is going for history, but no horse has ever won this race that many times. The selection is a dark horse and is starting to fulfill his reputation as a super star. Won very well at Wincanton and should enjoy the big stage today.
Coo Star loves it around here and will feel at home back at Cheltenham. Nothing to prove and a big performance is assured. Tony Martin sends out I Shot The Shreiff and supposedly it’s been laid out for this particular event, with potentially a big gamble coming from the Irish.
Another Gordon Elliott runner that has massive chances, especially with the drying ground. He’s competed in much bigger races than this and could be the value bet. Calipto is making his debut for the Venitia Williams yard and to go straight here there must be plenty of confidence in the seven year old who hasn’t run for nearly a year.
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