We had a terrific day of racing at Cheltenham on Friday so excitement is building toward another fantastic card on Saturday. The Caspian Caviar Gold Cup and International Hurdle are the two big races of the day. Will Goshen bounce back to his best or will the Triumph Hurdle continue to haunt the Moore’s? It is an enthralling day of action. Make sure you keep an eye on our ITV Racing tips. We netted a tasty 20-1 winner on ITV on Friday in the form of Some Neck. So, where is the early money going tomorrow?
Tom Scudamore is an interesting jockey booking aboard Jonjo O’Neill’s SKY PIRATE. Nibbled from 13-2 into 9-2 already this evening, this strong travelling sort will take advantage of a fast pace up front to aim at. He finds little for pressure as evident in the Paddy Power Gold Cup back in 5th, but this is a lot easier. Solid each-way player.
In the famous Isaac Munir colours, GOOD BOY BOBBY has been all the rage in the market for the Caspian Caviar Gold Cup. He was ultra-impressive at Bangor on his return but was no match for Master Tommytucker when the pair met at Haydock. However, he does look far better treated than his counterpart here and more improvement could be on the way. Backed from 16-1 into 11-1, the each-way players are getting stuck in.
The Harry Cobden and Paul Nicholls combination have been lethal so far this season. They team up with former Cheltenham Festival winner EGLANTINE DU SEUIL who has been nibbled into 10-1 from 12-1. She lost her way for Willie Mullins and although she ran with promise on debut for this yard, she ran a shocker a week ago at Sandown. The return to Cheltenham needs to bring out some major improvement.