The second race on Cheltenham's Saturday card is the JCB Triumph Trial Juvenile Hurdle, a race which has recently unearthed future Triumph winners Peace And Co and Defi Du Seuil.
This year's renewal promises to be a fascinating affair, and in anticipation of this, Betfair have produced a new customer offer that provides £10 for each of the final 6 races on the Cheltenham card, when you place a £10 Sportsbook bet on the 12:45pm.
That's right, regardless of how your selection fares a £10 bet on the 12:45pm qualifies you for £10 for the following 6 Cheltenham races on Saturday, a total of £60 in free bets!
Bet £10 on Sportsbook on the 12:45 race at Cheltenham, Sat 29 Jan. Get £10 Free bet for each of the remaining races (£60 it total). Only deposits with Cards apply. T&C apply.
Top tipster Andrew Mount struck with Soyounique (2pts at 4-1) and Enfranchise (2pts @ 15-8) on Friday and has five selections on Saturday. Check out his thoughts below, alongside an exclusive Paddy Power through the card Cheltenham offer.
There’s an eight-race bonanza at Cheltenham on Saturday as the track plays host to their Festival Trials meeting. Looking ahead to what promises to be an unmissable day’s action, our expert has produced their selections through the card. Check these out below, alongside an exclusive Betfair sign up offer.
Cheltenham plays host to their Festival Trials card this Saturday and to further enhance what promises to be an unmissable day's action, Paddy Power have produced an exclusive new customer offer that provides a £10 free bet for the last 6 Cheltenham races, when you place a £10 bet on the 12:45pm.
Real World set himself up for much bigger targets to come with a comfortable success in the Group Two Zabeel Mile at Meydan on Friday. With Frankie Dettori recovering from Covid-19, Danny Tudhope came in for the ride on the Saeed bin Suroor-trained five-year-old and barely had a moment’s concern.