Ruby Walsh - Lucky15 Cheltenham Tips

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Ruby Walsh's Cheltenham Lucky15 Tips

Tuesday 12 March (17:30)

National Hunt Chase

Corbetts Cross

"Corbetts Cross had every chance when coming to the last hurdle in the Albertt Bartlett last season, but he ducked out at the final obstacle. He’s chasing career has gone well so far – bar his mishap at Fairyhouse when he fell last time out – but he can get his revenge this year and deliver a day one winner for owner JP McManus."

Wednesday 13 March (16:10)

Cross Country Chase


"I’m was undecided between Delta Work and Galvin betwixt and between here, but his run in the Boyne Hurdle swings me towards GALVIN in the Cross Country Chase. He was a staying-on fourth to Hiddenvalley Lake that day and will be primed for another crack at the 3m 6f contest in which he finished second last season to his year older stablemate Delta Work."

Thursday 14 March (14:50)

Ryanair Chase

Envoi Allen

"Envoi Allen in the Ryanair Chase has been on my mind for a while as I thought he was over-priced from as far back in the Autumn. Last year’s winner has been there, done that at Cheltenham and can go close again on day three of the meeting."

Thursday 14 March (16:50)

Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle

Jade Du Grugy

"Jade Du Grugy is unbeaten in two starts in Ireland since making a winning debut in France. The manner of her two wins suggest there is more to come and soft ground holds no fears for her. She has a leading chance in the Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle."


Tuesday 12 March (17:30) -National Hunt Chase

Corbetts Cross

Wednesday 13 March (16:10) - Cross Country Chase


Thursday 14 March (14:50) - Ryanair Chase

Envoi Allen

Thursday 14 March (16:50) - Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle

Jade Du Grugy