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Cheltenham Day 4 Tips
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ALLMANKIND is the only runner out of the top four in the Triumph Hurdle who’s shown he can respond when asked for a serious effort. Dan Skelton’s charge quickened clear of Botox Has and three other future winners when winning the Triumph Trial here at Cheltenham in November. Cerberus then sprung from the pack to push Harry Skelton’s mount in the Summit Juvenile at Chepstow, but Allmankind swatted his rival away with ease and was pulling further clear as he crossed the line.
I was so impressed with the extra gear Allmankind found on heavy ground that day. The time of that Grade One was nine seconds quicker than the two-mile bumper run on the same day – the winner of which has come out and won very well over hurdles since. Skelton has freshened his mount up for this Cheltenham Festival Day four assault, and we all know how good the Skelton team are at prepping a runner for a big objective. Allmankind will be the first of my Cheltenham Festival day four tips in the Triumph.
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My best each-way Cheltenham day 4 tip looks to be Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle contender SEMPO, who finished a staying-on sixth behind Envoi Allen in last year’s red-hot Champion Bumper. A couple of mistakes gave Joseph O’Brien’s charge little-to-no chance on his first start over hurdles. Sempo then made eye-catching late progress as Cobbler’s Way won at Leopardstown, flying home with a wet sail to finish a two-length runner-up.
Another step up in trip saw Sempo claim his first victory last time out, making all over 22-furlongs to win with apparent ease. O’Brien’s contender clocked an RPR of 146 that day, and looked to have plenty left in the tank. He looks tailor-made for this test of stamina.
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While Front View looks a worthy favourite in the Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle, I’m placing all of my faith with COLUMN OF FIRE, and he’ll be the last of my Cheltenham Festival Day four tips.
Column Of Fire has really progressed and strengthened up as the season has gone on. Elliott’s charge placed behind Elixir D’ainey and Longhouse Poet, who’ve both proven themselves in Grade One company since, on his opening couple of starts. He then bounced back from a fall with a bloodless triumph at Punchestown two weeks later, before proving his stamina with a strong third in a Pertemps Qualifier.
I’m sure Gordon Elliott, one of the most successful trainers in Cheltenham history, will have no trouble getting one of the top conditional jockeys to ride Column Of Fire. He definitely looks to be his number one runner in this year’s Martin Pipe.
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LOSTINTRANSLATION was the Gold Cup favourite after he beat Bristol De Mai in the Betfair Chase. Yes, Santini beat Nigel Twiston-Davies’ charge by slightly further in the Cotswold Chase. There is, however, a big difference between beating the two-time Betfair Chase winner around his favourite track, and getting the better of Bristol De Mai after a terrible round of jumping at Cheltenham.
Robbie Power, who barely flinched until he asked Lostintranslation to win at Haydock, never looked comfortable in the King George. Power was already throwing out distress signals at the end of the first circuit, and was hard at work on his mount when he made that race-ending error at the fourth-last.
Colin Tizzard and his team have had plenty of time to get to the bottom of that problem. A minor wind-op could make a big difference too. I’m a little worried by the form Tizzard’s horses have been in so far this week, and the two top Irish contenders, Al Boum Photo and Delta Work look solid. Yet, Lostintranslation was my tip for the Gold Cup at the start of the season and remains a horse with bundles of potential. I see no reason why I should desert him and he looks an ideal candidate for a Cheltenham free bet.
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