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Cheltenham Festival Tips
Cheltenham Festival Day 4 Tips
D. J. Mullins
A very smart horse on the flat, twice a winner at the Galway Festival last summer, Whiskey Sour will love this stiff two miles run at a flat out pace. He’s well treated on his flat form, looking open to further progression over obstacles.
Chris’s Dream is a resolute galoper, a perfect horse for this always stiff test of stamina. He relishes deep ground, possessing a monster of an engine. He can maintain a strong gallop longer than these and can simply run them into the ground.
Trained for the Hennessy and Welsh National last season, the Gold Cup was an afterthought for Native River. Huge credit to him then, that he was still able to finish third on ground plenty quick enough. Trained with this race in mind in 2018, he can lift the Blue Riband.
Mr J. J. Codd
The hunter chase scene in Ireland have a new hero to cheer to replace On The Fringe, his name is Burning Ambition. The seven-year-old has the services of super amateur Jamie Codd in the plate and can stamp his name on the famous trophy.
This year’s renewal can go the way of Burrows Saint, who has been quietly progressive this season. He ran a good race in novice company behind Dortmund Park last time and makes his handicap debut off an interesting mark. He’ll be fine in the conditions and stays well, so he’s the one to be on.
Don't Touch It
A Grade 1 winning novice, Don’t Touch It has had his issues but has fallen to a very tempting mark. He won on the only previous time he had cheekpieces fitted and he’s got his ideal conditions. If back to his very best, he’s going to prove too classy for these rivals.
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