Cheltenham Festival Tips
Cheltenham Preview 2019 Here are the Cheltenham tips for Thursday 14th March 2019 from @cheltenhamtips on twitter. Good Luck with the selections. Please remember to gamble responsibly and you are over 18.
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1.30 Real Steel 13/2 Win
2.10 Thermistocles 11/2 Each Way
2.50 Frodon 13/2 Win
3.30 Paisley Park 7/4 Win
4.10 Siruh Du Lac 13/2 Win
4.50 Posh Trish 11/2 Win
5.30 Measureofmydreams 5/1 Win
Odds correct at 4pm 13 March 2019
1.30 JLT Novices Chase
Real Steel 13/2could prove the answer in a competitive opener. Undefeated in his last two starts he has bounced back to record facile successes at Fairyhouse and Thurles. Willie Mullins has started the week in great form and Paul Townend knows this
Defi Du Seuil has the beating of Lostintraslation and Vinndication. Phillip Hobbs’ record with runners at the festival is atrocious and with question marks all over that form it might prove best to side with the Irish runners. Kildisart is in the form of his life and like the selection should have no issues with this trip. He may prove best of the rest.
2.10 Pertemps Network Final Handicap Hurdle
Aaron Lad is a tough and likeable sort who has a course and distance win to his name. He is nine pounds higher here than when winning last time but is certainly at the right yard who do not overstretch themselves with their limited runners. Notwhatiam was ridden as though he had other targets in mind when fourth at Warwick last time and is another worth considering.
2.50 Ryanair Chase
Frodon 13/2 is as talented as they come especially around this track. Paul Nicholls has all but confirmed that he runs in this race and with two wins and a second here on his three most recent visits, he has to be high on any shortlist. Bryony Frost gets on well with this
3.30 Stayers Hurdle
Paisley Park 7/4 has done nothing wrong at all this year and he has surpassed all expectations. Wins at Aintree, Haydock, Ascot
4.10 Brown Advisory Handicap Chase
4.50 National Hunt Breeders Supported By Tattersalls Mares’ Novices Hurdle
Posh Trish 11/2 looks to have all the answers in the penultimate race this afternoon. She has won four out of her last five and hails from a yard that certainly knows how to win races at the Festival. Proven at the trip and the track she will make a bold attempt to add yet another trophy to the Paul Nicholls trophy cabinet.
Sinoria has progressed with each run for Henry De Bromhead. Having won over 2 miles she is another with stamina to spare and if reacting well to the step back down in trip, she will certainly let the others know they have had a race. Epatante has won both of his starts in the UK to date with the minimum of fuss. She has new headgear on this afternoon and I would just be a little wary of how she reacts to this sort of crowd and atmosphere.
5.30 Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup
Measureofmydreams 5/1 was a good third on debut for this yard at Fairyhouse last month. The booking of Jamie Codd certainly catches the eye. He tends to do better in extremely testing ground so connections would be delighted for further rain to fall. This step up in distance should see him in a much better light and he is high on any shortlist.
Sky Pirate has enjoyed a relatively light campaign and comes from a yard who landed this race back in 2012. He shouldn’t have any problems with the step up in