Our Horse Racing Scout has got involved in some special markets for the 2023 Cheltenham Festival, with bets specifically requested and priced on Paddy Power!
These exclusive boosts take place over the entirety of the festival, and Paddy Power have even given readers a boost to add to the exclusivity of these unique bets.
Our Horse Racing Scout has tipped Constitution Hill (Champion Hurdle) and Shishkin (Ryan Air Chase) both to win by eight lengths or more with a boost to 13/2 (was 11/2), as well as Corach Rambler (Ultima), Frero Banbou (Magners Plate) and Stumptown (Kim Muir) all to finish top 6 in their races, which has been boosted to 11/2 (was 9/2).
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We’ve searched for the very best handicap bets throughout the Cheltenham Festival and have combined them for a juicy 11/2. Corach Rambler bids for back-to-back Ultima Handicap Chase wins after an impressive staying-on effort last season. He’s 6lb higher than last term’s mark but won with enough authority to suggest this weight is not insurmountable. The son of Jeremy caught the eye when fourth in the Grade 3 Coral Gold Cup Handicap Chase at Newbury, keeping on from an unpromising position and surely has been targeting this contest all season.
Frero Banbou is anticipated to improve for the rise in trip if competing in the Magners Plate Handicap Chase on Thursday. The Venetia Williams-trained eight-year-old ran an incredible race when third over two miles at last year’s Cheltenham Festival, after a tardy beginning. He’s just one pound above his previous winning mark and could easily bounce back to life at this track.
The hugely progressive Stumptown is the one to beat in the Kim Muir Handicap Chase on Thursday. Gavin Cromwell’s impressive jumper relished the three-mile journey when leaping with aplomb at Sandown last time – deservedly given a 10lb rise in the weights subsequently. He is unlikely to have reached the ceiling on his ability and can be relied on to be strong at the finish under top amateur jockey Barry O’Neill. All three selections need to fill the places for the bet to land.
Constitution Hill and Shishkin are set to be two of the most popular selections of the Cheltenham Festival. These ‘bankers’ are likely to be included in a plethora of multiple bets but we’ve created an Exclusive Paddy Power Boost for this pair of equine stars, set to grace Prestbury Park. Both highlighted horses are at least 6lb clear on official ratings and won’t be inconvenienced if the ground turns soft. We have inflated the odds on both runners winning by eight lengths or more at 13/2.
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