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Value Range: Steve Jones’s Best Bets for Day Two of Cheltenham Festival 2022

Our men have several fantasies each way including horses at 66-1 and 33-1 as the Cheltenham Festival enters its second day. Honeysuckle and Rachael Blackmore shine in the opening card

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Harry Redknapp’s new pony Back On The Lash performs at Cheltenham

Enjoy the journey in Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle.

Sir Gerhard may have a hard time but he has to prove his jumping ability and stamina are right for the job.

JOURNEY undefeated with me (1.30), coached by Henry de Bromhead, looks much more valuable.

He made it through two hurdles despite a snail-like initial pace in Naas last month.

His defeat of Minella Crooner and Kilcruit previously had good results and his proven survival prowess could be the key. There are 2 points to win with a score of 13-2.

The Coral Cup often looks competitive and it could be worthy of being played against DALY TIGER (2.50) with terrible odds on form Irish coach Noel Meade.

He was treated well on his chase form and he successfully crossed the hurdles on Gift Day. To gain weight and beat the useful new Choice Of Words at Limerick is quite an endeavor.







Steve Jones has some tips on each for day two of Cheltenham
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It’s probably unwise to get bogged down in the next two runs because he made a mistake over the fence in one and the ride was too short the other.

There’s 1pt each way at 66-1, with Sky Bet paying out for eight slots and others extending to seven.

The Annual Grand is a tough puzzle but the BEFORE MIDNIGHT (4.50) seems the right kind of thing for this 2m handicap chase.

He racked up four straight wins holding Amoola Gold at Ascot in November, having previously beaten last year’s biggest annual winner Sky Pirate on this course and distance.

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His form in second to Funambule Sivola at Doncaster in January was boosted as the winner followed in Newbury’s Game Spirit, so it’s easy to argue he’s still making progress. There is 1pt each way at 16-1.

Willie Mullins owns the much-loved Facile Vega as he strives for dozens of Champion Bumper wins but he has never finished this race with the first streak as he has more than one runner.

The Irish champion coach also crossed the SEABANK BISTRO (5.30) and he drew even more with Naas’ 2m3f debut win.

If heavy rain is forecast in the afternoon, he’ll need that good stamina but he doesn’t lack speed. There is 1pt each way at 33-1 with most bookies paying four places.

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