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The final day of the Cheltenham Festival is upon on us. Four days of epic action that frames the racing calendar. One more chance to find those all-important winners. Here is our final look for some decent outsiders in the Cheltenham tips.
Al Boum Photo to Win and Each Way @ 20/1 - BET NOW
The Gold Cup is as wide open as it has been for many a year, with a host of horses in with chances. Defending champion Native River gets the conditions he craves, while King George winner Clan Des Obeaux is this year's rising star and respected. Presenting Percy is the mystery horse, unseen over fences since his RSA win here last year.
A faller in that race was Al Boum Photo and he's one of a four-strong contingent bidding to end Willie Mullins' misery in this most sought after contest (six runner-up finishes). He must improve but recent signs suggest he is doing that.
He had a Grade 1 at his mercy last term at Punchestown, only for Paul Townend to take a wrong turn, but he reappeared this season with a very impressive success at Tramore on New Year's Day and is fresh for this massive test. In an open renewal, his place in the Cheltenham odds ensures he's a fair candidate, with his trainer having had outsiders go close in the Festival showpiece before.
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We Have A Dream to Win and Each Way @ 25/1 - BET NOW
After winning his first four starts over timber last season, We Have A Dream was a leading contender for the Triumph Hurdle at this meeting last year before he missed out.
Nicky Henderson had him spot on for Aintree, where he ran out a very easy winner of the Grade 1 Juvenile Hurdle over 2m1f on good to soft ground. He came back this term with ambitions of being in the upper echelons in open company but hasn't lived up to expectations. He hasn't disgraced himself, however, and got back on track with a straightforward success at Kelso recently in the Morebattle Hurdle.
A dual Grade 1 winner as a novice, both those wins came with soft in the going description and these conditions should play to his strengths. It won't be easy from an opening handicap mark of 152, but We Have A Dream could still have the class for this test and he's a decent outsider in the Cheltenham betting for his Seven Barrows maestro trainer.
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Nadaitak to Win and Each Way @ 28/1 - BET NOW
Ben Pauling has had some genuine contenders for this race, including Barters Hill who went off favourite, and he might have a promising player at a big price to complete our racing tips.
He's improved quite nicely in three starts up at Doncaster of late, including when cantering clear to win a Grade 2 over three miles in January. The runner-up Truckers Lodge was a good novice hurdle winner next time out off a mark of 140, having finished some 22-lengths adrift of Nadaitak on Town Moor.
He's yet to encounter soft ground in his jumps career but did run well on the Flat with some give underfoot. At a big, big price he might take to this challenge if handling the hustle and bustle of Cheltenham and this bigger field.
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