All roads lead to Cheltenham next week for what will be four days of outstanding National Hunt racing. Racing does not get any more competitive than this and you really have to do your homework in order to give yourself an edge.

For the last couple of weeks I have been burning the midnight oil, watching re-runs of all the trials, going through all the collateral form lines and speaking to various connections and informants in order to put together this preview, which should help you sort the wheat from the chaff.

I am sure a lot of you, will already have highlighted potential bets for the meeting, or, even have had Ante-Post wagers. I will give you my long range thoughts, positives and negatives on every race, ALL 26 of them at this years meeting, and hopefully highlight some potential winners and help you avoid some potential losers.

Obviously, without knowing the exact fields, weights, going and latest information regarding the runners, this is a relatively difficult task, but I hope you find the following pages of this preview, interesting, informative and most of all profitable!

Good luck with your punting at this years Festival.

Regards,

MD BLAKEY

Martin Blakey

 

A great source of finding winners for this meeting, and one that I must highlight to you immediately is LAST TIME OUT WINNERS.

Everybody is looking for potential plots at the Cheltenham Festival, especially in the handicap’s, but, if I were to advise just one rule for the entire four days in trying to steer you in the direction of potential winners, LAST TIME OUT WINNING FORM, would be it, and no more so than the 1st race of the Cheltenham Festival.

TUESDAY 10th MARCH

1.30pm SUPREME NOVICE’S HURDLE
2m 110y

POSITIVES
Unsurprisingly, 33 of the last 39 Novice hurdle winners at the Festival were won by a horse that won last time out. When you consider 12 of the last 13 winners of this race were won by a horse who won last time out, I will only be looking at horses who won their most recent start.

I also like in this race, horses who are unbeaten over hurdles, more than half the winners of this race going back to 1997, were unbeaten over hurdles, including the first and second last year. The Irish are traditionally very strong in this race, having won 10 of the last 17.

NEGATIVES
Horses beaten last time out and NON French bred 4 year olds.

CONCLUSION
Without knowing the exact field and going conditions, it is difficult selecting a horse at this stage, but my long range fancy, given decent ground on the opening day, is a horse that meets all the statistics, is trained by a yard that know what it takes to train Festival winners, and so RED MOLONEY makes the most appeal.

2.05pm ARKLE CHALLENGE CHASE
2m

POSITIVES
The last 8 out of the last 9 winners were classy over hurdles and officially rated at least 142 or more the season previously, so look for a former good class hurdler. Of the likely entries this year, only, TATENEN, FORPADYDEPLASTERER and MAID IN TAIPAN would qualify on that score alone.

Interestingly, 5 of the last 8 Arkle winners were the top rated hurdler, which is a plus for Tatenen, but my one nagging doubt about him is, his best run was when making all over the course and distance in November, and if they decide to try to make all again, only Azertyuiop has made virtually all in the Arkle since 1980.

The race is very much a race to look at the leading fancies, with only Flagship Uberalles (11-1) of the last 19 winners scoring at a double figure price so don’t go looking much beyond the obvious. Another key statistic is, 20 of the last 22 winner’s finished first or second last time out, again, highlighting this key factor at the festival.

NEGATIVES
Only the great Moscow Flyer was the last horse to win the Arkle aged older than 7, so ignore all horse’s 8 years old and more in this race.

CONCLUSION
The one horse that stands out to my mind at the forecast prices for the Arkle Challenge Trophy is the Thomas Cooper trained FORPADYDEPLASTERER.

 

2.40pm WILLIAM HILL HANDICAP CHASE
3m 110y

POSITIVES
The last 9 winners all carried less than 11 stone. Over half of the last 11 winners had finished in the first four at this meeting in the past, so look for horses with previous placed form at a Festival.

Again the key statistic, last time out winners is important in this race. 4 of the last 6 winners of this race won last time out. Finally a trainer to watch out for is Nicky Henderson, 5 of his last 8 runners have been in the frame.

NEGATIVES
Any horse eleven years or older, such horses are 0 from 27 in the last 10 years and the favourite has won just once in the last 30years!

CONCLUSION
Without the final declarations and weights giving a long range selection is difficult, but, the Tony Martin Irish trained PATSY HALL looks an interesting runner.

 

3.20pm SMURFIT CHAMPION HURDLE
2m 110y

POSITIVES
In this race 22 of the last 25 Champion Hurdle winners won last time out and 16 of the last 20 winners had previously won at Cheltenham (which Binocular) has yet to achieve.

The other important statistic for this race is; 17 from the last 18 runnings went to a horse in the front six of the betting, so shocks are very rare in this race.

Another ingredient I use to pin point the winner for this race is to look for horse’s who have been first or second in a previous festival.

NEGATIVES
Horse’s aged 9 or over, there have been just 3 winners since 1951, so for those of you fancying, SUBLIMITY, HARCHIBALD, BRAVE INCA and HARDY EUSTACE beware!

CONCLUSION
Obviously, (Binocular is a very short priced favourite, too short in my opinion). I personally never bet anything under 2-1 or recommend a bet to my clients under that price. The horse that catches my eye, meets all the statistics and rates the value of the race, is CELESTIAL HALO, he is a winner at a previous festival, comes here on the back on a win and rates decent each way value.

4.00pm CROSS COUNTRY H’CP CHASE
3m 7f

POSITIVES
This race has only been a feature of the Festival for 4 years, but already some strong patterns are emerging.

They Irish have won all 4 renewals and surprisingly have filled 11 of the 12 win and place positions in that time, so it is simply, look only at the Irish contingent. One trainer especially to note is Edna Bolger; he has won 3 from 4 runnings of the race.

The best trial race for this contest has been the P P Hogan Memorial Chase run at Punchestown over 3m in February. Amazingly, this race has provided the winner of ALL 3 previous winners at the Festival since it has been in existence.

NEGATIVES
Horses aged 7 or younger have an extremely poor record, only 1 horse from 68 runners has been successful, so ignore youngsters in this contest.

Unusually, a trainer to be wary of in this type of contest is Paul Nicholls; his strike rate is only 1-36 in these races.

CONCLUSION
L’AMI trained by Edna Bolger won the best trial for this race, has good course form, and I have been informed has been laid out for this since last year. In my opinion, he rates a very solid investment in this contest.

 

4.40pm DAVID NICHOLSON HURDLE
2m 4f 110y

CONCLUSION
Only one previous running of this race won by an unconsidered 20-1 shot in the betting, so I will keep this brief.

This year’s race looks a weaker renewal on paper with many of the top mares now retired or at stud. One important factor worth noting is that the race is now run over a new distance, half a furlong shorter than last years contest.

A tentative selection, given that she looked to be outstayed last year and should appreciate the slightly shorter trip is given to the Nicky Henderson trained CHOMBA WOMBA.

 

WEDNESDAY 11th MARCH

1.30pm NATIONAL HUNT CHASE CUP
4m

POSITIVES
Horses aged 7 or older have a good record in this race. Again the key statistic, a horse that finished either 1st or 2nd last time out is also important in this contest.

Finally, a trainer that has a very good record in the race is Jonjo O’Neill having won 4 of the last 7 runnings.

NEGATIVES
Five year olds have a dismal record; it is 31 years since a horse of this age group last won the race.

Six year olds have not fared much better, the last winner from that age band was 16 years ago.

Finally, the favourite has a terrible record in this contest; you have to go back 17 years for the last successful jolly.

CONCLUSION
The Jonjo O’Neill trained CAN’T BUY TIME looks to have solid claims in this contest; however, let’s just hope he doesn’t go off favourite!

 

2.05pm BALLYMORE NOVICES HURDLE
2m 5f

POSITIVES
Six year olds have won 10 of the last 15 runnings. Only two winners since 1982 have been successful that did not finish either 1st or 2nd on their latest start.

A very interesting point to note is that, 9 of the last 11 winners also contested a Graded race last time out.

NEGATIVES
Only 3 winners from the last 22 renewals were won by a horse with less than 3 hurdle starts in their career.

Interestingly, ALL 11 Challow hurdle winners to have run in this race have been beaten. A very bad statistic to bear in mind if you are fancying the current favourite DIAMOND HARRY!

CONCLUSION
Given the negative statistic concerning the Challow hurdle winner, (Diamond Harry) the horse I like is this, especially if the ground rides softer than the official going, is the Willie Mullins trained horse MIKAEL D’ HAGUENET and he is my selection for this race.

 

2.20pm RSA CHASE
3m 110y

POSITIVES
Horses aged seven or eight have won 12 of the last 14 RSA Chases.

From the last 22 runnings of this contest; only 1 horse has won from the 83 that lined up (Hanakam) that did NOT finish 1st or 2nd on there most recent outing, once again proving that current form is crucial at the Festival.

NEGATIVES
The Irish have a relatively poor record in the contest, with just 2 wins since 1985.

No winner has been aged 9 or older since (Minnehoma) 16 years ago, so this age statistic is against some of the leading fancies in the betting market, including, GONE TO LUNCH, BALLYFITZ and THE MARKET MAN!

CONCLUSION
Even though the Irish have a poor recent record in this contest, Willie Mullins knows what it takes to win this race and my selection for this contest is his COOLDINE.

 

3.20pm CHAMPION CHASE
2m

POSITIVES
A terrific race for the well fancied runners, with only one horse scoring at a price above 5-1 in the last 10 renewals. In fact, 25 of the last 27 winners started at single figure prices.

The current Champion will be for many a shoo-in, but, interestingly he does have to overcome one statistic that is against him though, the last 9 defending champions of this race have ALL been defeated.

However, he does look a league apart having won the best trail for this race The Tingle Creek very easily.

Twenty four of the last 25 winners had all proved there stamina having won over 2m 2f or further or having won over the course and distance.

NEGATIVES
Horses yet to win over 2m 2f unless they are a course and distance winner. The Champion Chase is not all about speed, stamina is also a very important ingredient.

CONCLUSION
As I have stated earlier, I personally do not bet anything under 2-1. However, for those who are looking for an interest in this race, consider this.

This is probably going to be the last race of the season for the current 2m Champion Chaser, and, as I am sure connections will want him to win as impressively as possible, CORALS 6-4 about MASTER MINDED winning by 9 lengths or more is far more appealing to my mind than the current 2-7 in the win market.

 

4.00pm CORAL CUP
2m 5f

POSITIVES
Only 6 horses featured in last season 24 strong field who had won last time out. Yet two of those fought out the finish, with Naiad Du Misselot beating Kicks For Free by the narrowest margin.

This was the 5th time in the last 6 years that a last time out winner has won the Coral Cup, so as stressed many times already, you are much better sticking to good recent form than looking for potential plot horses at the Festival.

Look for horses that have been lightly campaigned that season, 8 of the last 13 winners of this race had NO MORE than 3 runs that season. In fact the first 3 home last year ran no more than twice earlier in the season.

NEGATIVES
For those who “play in-running” please be aware, just 4 of the 56 win and placed horses in the last 12 runnings, have had the words “led or prominent” in there official Raceform comments, so avoid front runners or horse up with the pace.

CONCLUSION
Once again, difficult to issue a long range selection without the final declarations, but, the Tony Martin stabled PSYCHO looks interesting stepping up in trip for the first time under rules.

 

4.40pm FRED WINTER JUVENILE H’CP
2m 110y

POSITIVES
Only 4 runnings of the race, but ALL 4 winners emerged from the top third in the handicap, indicating that class shines through.

Last year the two top weighted horses finished 1st and 2nd, and the top weight has placed from 3 of the 4 runnings to date.

Another trend I have picked up on is, French Bred horses. The first four last year ALL started their careers in France, as did the previous two winners of the race, Gaspara and Shamayoun.

Stamina is a vital clue at pin pointing the winner of this race. This trip of 2m 110 yards is a long way for Juveniles running at pace.
Look for horses with proven form over 1m 4 furlongs or more from the flat, UNLESS, they are French bred.

Finally, look out for runners that have had the minimum requirement to obtain a handicap mark and be illegible for this race of ONLY 3 runs.

NEGATIVES
Horses that are unproven over at least 1m 4 furlongs or more from
the flat, EXCEPT French bred horses.

CONCLUSION
David Pipe went close with the top weight last year in this race and the stables likely top weight in this contest is MR THRILLER.

Interestingly he runs in the Imperial Cup at Sandown on Saturday 7th March, so is definitely worth backing NOW at 10-1 or so, before he runs, especially with the non-runner no bet clause implemented by all the major bookmakers.

 

5.15pm CHAMPION BUMPER RACE
2m 110y

POSITIVES
The Irish have been successful on 13 of the last 16 occasions. Last year they filled 6 of the first 7 places.

Last time out winners have highlighted 14 of the last 16 winners, also, 13 of the last 16 renewals have gone the way to a contender in the top 6 in the betting.

Five years olds have won 10 of the last 12 runnings and another interesting point that I have noticed is, look at horses that have not run during that calendar year (2009).

NEGATIVES
Horses beaten last time out and another interesting point to note, try to avoid horses that have not won a bumper race comprising of 15 or more runners.

CONCLUSION
As with the some of the races on day two of the meeting, with running plans still remaining fluid, it is difficult to nominate a selection, however, one horse that does look interesting and meets all the criteria is the Willie Mullins trained QUINOLA DES OBEAUX.

 

THURSDAY 12th MARCH

1.30pm JEWSON NOVICES H’CP CHASE
2m 5f

POSITIVES
Another relatively new race, but the thing I have noticed is that the last 3 winners of the race were to be found, in the official ratings band of 133 to 135.

ALL four previous winners finished 1st or 2nd on their most recent start.

Also three of the last 4 winners had Pattern-race form earlier in the season and 7 year olds have won all four renewals.

Finally, one trainer to note is Nicky Henderson, 3 of his 6 runners in the race have hit the frame.

NEGATIVES
With only 4 runnings of this race, hard and fast rules are dangerous, but, one thing that has come to my attention is, that, of the 25 horses aged eight or older to contest this race, they are 0-25 in this particular contest.

CONCLUSION
One long range and huge price speculative selection that typifies the profile of the previous winners is ASTARADOR.

 

2.05pm PERTEMPS FINAL
3m

POSITIVES
This might surprise you, but, last time out winners have won 61% of the runnings stretching back to 1995.

This race is often perceived as a “plot” race, but, once again highlighting the importance of winning form last time out at the Festival, in fact 8 of the last 13 winners of this race scored on the back of a last time out victory.

A trainer worth noting in this race is Jonjo O’Neil and especially if owned by J P McManus.

NEGATIVES
Just one winning 5 year old has won this race in 34 years, so leave them out of the equation.

Horses that qualified for this race via the Chepstow and Wincanton qualifiers have never produced the winner from either race in the last 22 years.

CONCLUSION
The horse that catches my eye at this early stage is the Irish trained PTit FUTE.

 

2.40pm RYANAIR CHASE
2m 5f

POSITIVES
One strong pattern emerging from only 4 renewals is that ALL 4 previous winners had previously won at the track.

The first 3 winners had contested the Paddy Power Gold Cup, so strong handicap form is not a negative in this Graded contest.

NEGATIVES
The first 3 runnings of this race, when Grade 2 status, were won by horses in between the official ratings band of 152 and 157.

However, last year when moved to Grade 1 status, the first 2 home where officially rated between 165 and 170, so that might be the way forward for this contest in future.

CONCLUSION
Voy Por Ustedes meets all the criteria of a recent winner and is going to be very hard to beat in my opinion, but this game is all about the price and at around 5-4 is too short for me to get involved.

I would rather back a horse each way, and the one that sticks out is a horse with a superb record when fresh, has good course form and I understand is back to his best having disappointed in the King George. Step forward IMPERIAL COMMANDER.

 

3.20pm WORLD HURDLE
3m

POSITIVES
The last 20 winners of this race ALL finished in the frame on there last outing. ONLY look to inform horses.

Look at horses in the top 5 in the betting, as they have been responsible for ALL win and places going back to 2004.

NEGATIVES
ONLY the great Inglis Drever was the last winner aged over 8 years old, stretching back to Galmoy 21 years previously.

The Irish have a very poor recent record in this race; they have not won the race since 1995.

CONCLUSION
KASBAH BLISS will win in my opinion. He is much improved since being beaten in this race last year.

A Group 3 winner on the flat, a superb jumper who stays, he has everything you look for in a top class staying hurdler.

His performance last time out was incredibly impressive; unfortunately, I cannot see a betting angle into the race, except a comfortable victory for the jolly!

If you were looking to lump on just one short price favourite of the meeting, then I do rate him BANKER BET material and will be surprised and disappointed if he is beaten, but at a top priced 11-10, is simply to short for me to invest and recommend to my clientele.

 

4.00pm FESTIVAL PLATE
2m 4f 110y

POSITIVES
French bred horses have won 5 of the last 9 runnings. The last 3 winners were placed at a previous Festival and 15 of the last 17 winners had run at the Festival previously.

Interestingly, 12 of the last 14 winners carried NO more than 11 stone. Only 2 winners have been successful in the last 20 years officially rated 141 or more.

NEGATIVES
Only 1 winning favourite in last 27 years and the last 8 favourites have ALL finished unplaced.

The Irish have a terrible record in this particular contest, would you believe, their last winner was back in 1951!

CONCLUSION
Without the final declarations it is difficult, however, one horse that I have had a persistent whisper for over the last few weeks and given goodish ground, is the Ferdy Murphy trained THREE MIRRORS.

 

4.40pm KIM MUIR CHALLENGE CUP
3m 1f 110y

POSITIVES
The last 5 winners ALL emerged from an official rating from 124 to 128. Older horses have done well, 25 of the last 29 winners were aged 8 or older, BUT, 11 years olds or older have a poor record, so concentrate on horses aged between 8 and 10.

Another angle I personally look for, is, horses that have had a light campaign and are coming into the race relatively fresh, either with the number of runs or coming back from a lengthy absence of over 7 weeks.

Finally, a trainer to note is Nicky Henderson. He has won the race 3 times and on 2 other occasions he was responsible for the runner up.

NEGATIVES
Again, the Irish have a bad record in this contest; their last winner was Greasepaint back in 1983.

Horses officially rated 132 or more have a poor recent record, none have been placed since 2003.

CONCLUSION
Once again, without the confirmed declarations it is difficult nominating a selection. However, a horse that again has caught my eye on more than one occasion this season and meets the profile of a likely winner, is AGGIES LAD and he is the long range selection for this contest.

 

FRIDAY 13th MARCH

1.30pm TRIUMPH HURDLE
2m 1f

POSITIVES
Twelve of the last 14 winners won last time out, last year Celestial Halo won and he was beaten on it’s previous run, but, I think last years race is one to put a line through, as, only two of the top 6 Juvenile’s hurdlers on official ratings ran in the race.

Seventeen of the last 19 winners had ALL run at least 3 times over hurdles and ALL had won at least twice over hurdles.

The last 11 winners had also, ALL run over 1m 4f on the flat.

NEGATIVES
Horses that have not proved their class on the level, ignore, ALL horses that did not achieve an official flat handicap rating of at least 80 and that had not proved that they stayed at least 1m 4f.

CONCLUSION
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2.05pm COUNTY HURDLE
2m 1f

POSITIVES
Five year olds have a tremendous record in this race winning 6 of the last 10 runnings.

Seventeen of the last 20 winners finished in the 1st four on their previous start, and 12 of the last 20 winners also were either 1st or 2nd on there last start, so again a trait that is imperative at the Festival, look only at inform horses.

Two trainers who look to target this race are, Paul Nicholls and Phillip Hobbs.

NEGATIVES
No winner has carried MORE than 11st 8lbs since 1960! So ignore all horses weighted over 11st 8lbs.

Even though last years race was won by Silver Jaro at 50-1, shocks are very rare in this contest. In fact, 32 of the last 34 winners started at NO bigger than 16-1.

CONCLUSION
Again, we will all have to wait until the final declarations and framing of the weights, but, if he takes his chance then the Venetia Williams trained AACHEN looks an interesting runner.

 

2.40pm ALBERT BARTLETT NOVICE HDL
3m

POSITIVES
Only 4 running of this race, but one thing I have noticed is that the last 3 winners had ALL run at Cheltenham previously that season.

ALL 4 winners had either been 1st or 2nd on their last previous start.

Another trend that seems to be appearing is, proven stamina, two of the four winners had both won over 3 miles plus.

NEGATIVES
Little to go on with only 4 runnings, but ALL the previous winners were in the top 5 in the betting, suggesting that shocks might be rare.

CONCLUSION
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3.20pm CHELTENHAM GOLD CUP
3m 2f 110y

POSITIVES
Horse between the ages of seven and nine have won 14 of the last 15 renewals.

Previous Cheltenham Festival form is important, only two horses Kauto Star (when falling in the Champion Chase) and See More Buisness (ran out in the Gold Cup) in the last 11 years had NOT been placed at the Festival before. Granted better luck, the last 11 winners, could ALL have been placed at least at a previous Festival.

The King George has been the best guide, with 6 winners coming from the last 9 years.

NEGATIVES
NO placed horse from the previous year has won since Bregawn 26 years ago, so this is a bad omen, for the likes of KAUTO STAR and NEPTUNE COLLONGES.

One amazing statistic that I must bring to your attention is, since the history of the race, stretching back to 1928, (when it first became a steeple chase) NO Gold Cup winner that had been beaten in the race previously has EVER REGAINED ITS CROWN!

Can KAUTO STAR create history on Friday 13th?

CONCLUSION
A horse that I have a small fancy for at the prices, meets all the criteria of a typical winner of the race, and at around 16-1 represents a touch of value, is the Nicky Henderson trained BARBERS SHOP.

 

4.00pm FOXHUNTERS CHASE
3m 2f 100y

POSITIVES
The Irish have been resurgent in this contest lately. The have supplied 9 of the last 12 win and place positions in the last 4 years.

Oppose horses aged 10 years old and above.

For those of you who “play in-running, I have noticed one sensational point of interest.

Five of the last 13 winners have led passing the winning post with a circuit to go, which is a fantastic strike rate, especially for a race at the Festival.

CONCLUSION
No long range selection at this stage, but, I WILL BE LOOKING FOR AN IN-RUNNING BET FOR THE HORSE LEADING THE RACE WITH A CIRCUIT TO RUN, and, will increase my stake if it fits the profile of a typical winner.

 

4.40 pm MARTIN PIPE HANDICAP HURDLE
2m 4f 110y

POSITIVES
The first of running of this contest, so obviously nothing to go on statistically wise.

However, a similar race is run at the Paddy Power Open meeting in November, and, the Irish have terrific record in that particular contest.

Possibly the last time out winner angle might be the way to go, as over half the handicap hurdles at the Festival since 1993, have gone to a last time out winner, 24 out of 46 handicap hurdle races.

NEGATIVES
There are no negatives to pass on due to this being the inaugural running of the contest named in honour of Martin Pipe.

CONCLUSION
As I have stated earlier, this is the 1st ever running of the race, but, I will be looking at last time out winners trained in Ireland and the former Gold Cup winning jockey, Connor O’Dwyer’s horse HANGOVER fits the bill if allowed to take his chance.

 

5.15pm GRAND ANNUAL CHASE2m
110y

POSITIVES
Probably, the most amazing statistic that I have unearthed in compiling this Cheltenham Festival Preview is in the Grand Annual Chase.

Only 4 horses that contested last season race, were rated officially between 130 and 134, yet, they were responsible for the 1st and 2nd.
I decided to do some more research, and could not believe the pattern that was emerging.

I found that horses rated between 130 and 134 were responsible for the following results. In 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 and in addition to 2008, they were responsible for the 1st and 2nd in each and every one of those contests.

The Irish have a good recent record in that they have won 4 of the last 9 renewals with well backed runners.

Another unbelievable pattern that I have discovered about the race is that, in the last 35 years, only 5 winners were priced above 10-1, which is unparallel at the Festival, especially in a handicap.

NEGATIVES
Horses aged 10 or older have a poor record in this contest and as previously explained, horse that are bigger than 10-1 in the betting have a poor strike rate.

CONCLUSION
One horse that meets all the ingredients and is importantly within the 130-134 official handicap rating is the from the shrewd yard of Gary Moore’s and is called VINMIX DE BESSY. Let’s hope he gets in and most importantly with regards to this stable, there is money for him!

 

Finally, I hope you have enjoyed reading this Cheltenham Festival Preview and I sincerely wish that we all use it in whatever way possible to obtain one goal, making a profit over the four day Cheltenham Festival meeting.

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As you can see from this bulletin book, I do an awful lot of research before placing a bet and issuing them to my clients. That coupled with genuine racing contacts are the two vital key ingredients that has enabled PRO-INFO to be so successful and profitable for its members.

Lastly, I would like to thank you all for taking time to read my Cheltenham Festival Preview and once again, the very best of luck with you’re punting over the four days.

Kind Regards,

MD BLAKEY

Martin Blakey