On Saturday, there are six meetings on the agenda, with the highlight coming from Leopardstown as the Dublin Racing Festival gets underway.
Sandown’s seven-race card comes first, with the first contest due to start at 12:40. The going is good to soft at the Surrey track, and punters can take advantage of Betfred’s “Super Extra Place Race” promotion in a handicap hurdle race at 14:55.
There are six places up for grabs, and it would be a surprise to see Ree Okka (9/2) out of the frame, with the six-year-old known for his supreme jumping skills.
Sandown’s card comes to a close at 16:05, while Wetherby’s meeting will run between 12:50 and 16:10 on good ground.
There is also racing on the agenda in Scotland, with Musselburgh hosting seven races between 12:57 and 16:19.
The going is good (good to soft in places), and Betfred’s “Extra Place” promotion is available in contests at 15:10 and 15:45.
Leopardstown’s mouthwatering card will commence at 13:05, and the going is yielding at the Dublin track.
Cheltenham Festival Betting Odds
There are four Grade one contests scheduled on Saturday, including the Paddy Power Irish Gold Cup at 15:15.
Willie Mullins has four runners in the race, but it is Kemboy (3/1) that is the pick of the bunch, and he should build on a recent good performance at the same track in the Savills Chase in December.
Lingfield’s card is scheduled to run between 13:11 and 16:35, and the going is standard for Saturday’s action.
Kempton’s seven-race meetings bring the action to a close on Saturday, with the going standard/slow on the polytrack.
Betfred’s “Free Bet if 2nd” promotion is available in a Racing TV Classified Stakes at 17:25, with punters able to receive a £10 free bet if their selection comes second.
Pat Phelan’s Star Of Epsom (5/2) has shown promise of late and looks like she could give punters a run for their money on Saturday evening.
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