Cheltenham Festival Tips: View Adrian Wall’s massive 389-1 double

Envoi Allen winning the 2019 Champion Bumper

Cheltenham fever is spreading like wildfire as we are just four days away from the most epic sporting event on earth. There may well be no crowds and no Cheltenham roar but that won’t deter us traditionalist horse racing fans.

Adrian Wall has sifted through all of the 28 races to try to find two horses that are vastly overpriced. He has found two horses at odds of 25-1 and 14-1 that could hit the frame at the very least.


Champion Bumper

Grangee got her career off to a flying start at Galway in October for master trainer Willie Mullins. She then disappointed when sent across to Market Rasen to run in the Alan Swinbank Mares’ Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race.

It was no surprise to see her turned over there – she needs a large field and a strong pace to aim at, which she didn’t get. She bounced right back to her best at Leopardstown in a Grade 2 bumper.

Grangee is very petite but she handles a tough stiff track well and she likes to be covered up. She surprised connections with how impressive she was in a very strongly-run race. The Cheltenham Bumper is the ideal race for her and she is a ridiculous price at 25-1.


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Marsh Novices’ Chase

Envoi Allen is the horse that they all have to beat but there are niggling doubts and a couple of reasons why he may be worth taking on. He has been switched to a new yard only days before the festival which could upset his rhythm.

He also hasn’t faced a tough test yet this year but he will face some hardened chasers now. The one I like at a price is the Mick Winters trained Chatham Street Lad and oh boy, he would be a popular winner down in County Cork.

If this horse reproduces his Caspian Caviar Gold Cup performance, it will take a hell of a horse to beat him. Forget his last run, this has always been the plan. 14-1 is absolutely massive for this boy who is already proven around the track.


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