Monster 4,122/1 Willie Mullins Cheltenham Festival Accumulator

Paul Townend after winning the Cheltenham Gold Cup

Willie Mullins is sending an extremely strong string of horses across to Prestbury Park next week and it is no surprise to see him odds-on to be leading trainer there looking at the list of good chances he has throughout the week. We have an absolute monster 4,122 Willie Mullins accumulator for you to get stuck into and all seven horses have outstanding claims!

  1. Asterion Forlonge (7/2) is a beautiful grey who overcame a lengthy absence to beat a very good horse in Easywork when last seen. He has a high cruising speed and stays all day. He could take some beating in the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle.
  2. Benie Des Dieux (8/11) had the Mares’ Hurdle at her mercy but fell at the last here last season. There is still a chance she might have to face the talented Honeysuckle but even if she does, you would have to fancy the Mullins mare to come out on top.
  3. Carefully Selected (7/4) has been really well backed for the National Hunt Chase all week long. The eight year old has won all of his three starts this season, including giving last year’s festival winner City Island a twenty-four length thumping when they met. Big chance.
  4. Chacun Pour Soi (11/4) is running in what could be the race of the week, the Queen Mother Champion Chase. Still very lightly raced, he is a two-time Grade One winner for Mullins already and he oozed class when beating the classy Min at the Dublin Racing Festival last time out.
  5. Appreciate It (7/4) is going to be extremely difficult to beat in the Bumper. He had some smart point to point form in the book and absolutely hacked up at the Dublin Racing Festival, beating some very good up and coming horses.
  6. Min (3/1) will line up in the Ryanair Chase and his class might be able to see him through. He wasn’t disgraced when behind stablemate Chacun Pour Soi last time and will appreciate the step back up in trip. Major player.
  7. Al Boum Photo (4/1) has what it takes to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup back to back. He has been kept as fresh as a daisy for this race with just the one outing at Tramore, the same route he took before winning this comfortably last year and he could take some stopping yet again!
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