It was an interesting day’s racing in Cheltenham today when I was kindly invited along by friends from the BBC. Two winners helped to make it even more enjoyable. Those that threw caution to the wind and went for the names did a great deal better than those like myself that try a more scientific approach. It just shows that knowledge may mitigate heavy losses but can often be bettered by lady luck.
Not much time to give reasons for my selections for Cheltenham on Saturday but these are the ones where my money goes.
The government may have got their deal by offering a crumb or two the Liberal Democrats way. But the tips below will give you a great deal more that you’ll get out of the budget settlement!
Although all our budgets took a hit last week with only one winner and no placed horses. It was our worse results since starting this Saturday racing blog. This week we’ll have to raise our game.
Again it’s the terrestrial television racing that is followed and these are at two meetings, Newbury and Newcastle. Both offer some really good races and there will be plenty of excitement and my guess some upset of favourites.
2:05 Sportingbet Intermediate Hurdle (Limited Handicap) (Registered as the Gerry Feilden Hurdle) (Listed) Cl1 2m110yds
The in-form horse is Empire Levant but odds are low so the question is which horse could give you a better return esach way and Azari could just do it for you