TEMPLEGATE has been scouring the ante-post markets and found three cracking bets for Cheltenham Festival.
There has been a load of chopping and changing in the markets since Christmas, when some unfancied horses burst to the fore and others drifted away.
Templegate thinks Impaire Et Passe will be one of the stars of Cheltenham
But with less than eight weeks to go until the biggest week of the year, it looks like a load of value can still be found.
Here, our man runs through three who have caught his eye.
You can back them as singles, some doubles or combine them all for a whopping 629-1 treble.
All odds are the best available at the time of writing. Good luck!
FAVORI DE CHAMPDOU — Albert Bartlett Hurdle (14-1)
Gordon Elliott’s eight-year-old missed last season so has just four hurdles runs on his CV.
He’s won all three of them since returning in November with the most impressive effort coming in a Limerick Grade 2 at Christmas.
He tanked along over a trip just short of three miles before powering away in the closing stages.
The Cheltenham hill and a breakneck pace look ideal to bring his staying power into play.
The 14-1 on offer is tempting ahead of his next assignment at the Dublin Racing Festival.
IMPAIRE ET PASSE — Ballymore (6-1)
It might be a little early in the year for a game of Willie Mullins’ Cheltenham bingo…
Every year it’s the same debate and it’s no different this season with Willie mob-handed in the Grade 1 novice contests at the Festival.
Did you miss our previous article…