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Subject [Tomcat Wiki] Update of "jeremiahlevinson" by jeremiahlevinson
Date Thu, 09 Feb 2012 03:18:45 GMT
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'''Cheltenham Festival Tips'''

You don’t get many odds-on favourites at the [[|Cheltenham
Festival]], although Big Buck’s will be lining up at a very short price in the 2012 Ladbrokes
World Hurdle.

The Paul Nicholls-trained charge first won this race in 2009 when his odds of 6/1, while the
nine-year-old obliged in 2010 and 2011 at a much shorter price. However, the bookies are reluctant
to take on Big Buck’s punters in 2012 and it looks like taking all the beating.

Therefore, Big Buck’s has featured among many people’s Cheltenham Festival tips although
you would need to have a large bet on the World Hurdle to make a handsome profit on the favourite
in this race. However, the same doesn’t apply to the other races on Day 3 of the Festival.

The Jewson Novices' Chase will get things under way on the Thursday of the 2012 Cheltenham
Festival and it is hard to provide too many Cheltenham tips on this race considering it was
first run in 2011 when Noble Prince obliged at odds of 4/1.

This new race was established so that novice chasers could run over two and a half miles,
while the second race on the Thursday is the Pertemps Final which seems to regularly produce
big price winners such as 20/1 shot Buena Vista in 2011.

Buena Vista was also the winner of the Pertemps in 2010 and might yet have a chance to complete
the hat-trick in 2012, while it is worth noting that the winner of this race has been 14/1
or bigger in the past six years.

The third race on Day Three of the Cheltenham Festival is the Ryanair Chase and you will be
able to get plenty of [[|Cheltenham tips]] on a race that only
plays second fiddle to the World Hurdle on the Thursday of the meeting.

There are some top class horses that line up for the Ryanair Chase and it’s a race which
has been won by Albertas Run on the previous two occasions, with Jonjo O’Neill’s charge
seeming to love Cheltenham and obliging at odds of 14/1 and 6/1. 

Albertas Run is entered for the 2012 renewal of the Cheltenham Festival race, although Rubi
Light and Noble Prince head the betting, while Somersby has been well backed since winning
the Victor Chandler Chase. 

After the World Hurdle, the final two races of the Thursday card are the Byrne Group Plate
and Kim Muir Challenge Cup and the former throws up big price winners on plenty of occasions.

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