Who should be in your stable? National Hunt Ten To Follow tips

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Ten is again, and also National Hunt lovers have welcomed it warmly. The concept is easy: pick ten horses for the length of the Jumps period and score points every time they win races, so together with certain big pots. You may read more about this in our Ten.
From the spirit of things, National Hunt fan Alex Keating and fantasy fanatic has picked our very own’Oddschecker Ten to Follow’ to consider for your team this year. Be in with a chance of winning a minimum of 250k and to set up your stable, you can register here. Each stable costs #5 to input.
The problem with pinning this article about Six to Follow would be that you are restricted to just ten. It appears to be a whole lot, however, with over 500 horses to pick from, points and bonus races to weigh upward, paths into the Festival up in the air and many areas, distances and entrances across the united kingdom and Ireland, there’s plenty to consider. I suppose picking and choosing is the gist of the sport; although Mostly this is a challenge since it leaves one excluding some horses who are sure to win races this year.
Don’t hesitate then, to see last season’s top stayer Paisley Park omitted from my own list, that will run on the Friday before things begin tallying and I figure just twice before the Festival, taking in only a set 1 in Ascot and a band 2 in January — that is of course assuming he’s retained his ability. Champ is another horse I enjoy but am likely to exclude here, together with his 2 runs and 74 day rest before Cheltenham last year a major worry, although I really do adore his chance in the RSA and can see him as a big March transfer target for my own stable.
As you will notice across my listing, I’ll be relying upon the luck of the Irish, with Christmas in Leopardstown and the Dublin Racing Festival supplying a multitude of Grade 1 action for horses to be in the mix come March and April. Although I imagine the winner could have also, I have chosen not to play with fire at the Ladbrokes Trophy and Welsh National Bonus Races. Instead, these horses rack up plenty of Grade 1s and must give a fantastic account of themselves.
Double Champion Hurdler who’s probably still the 2020 Champion Hurdle market given his most adorable horse has established his class times and this seems a potentially weak renewal. Has a beautiful Ten to Follow profile given both grade and the new year to Prestbury Park on the way. Nicky Henderson’s celebrity hurdler begins his season on Saturday from the Fighting Fifth at which I call Barry Geraghty to put us off to a flyer. I enjoy his Champion Hurdle qualifications and can be a certain intended runner to get a crucial bonus race.
Though this French import may provide an end to this run willie Mullins is yet to acquire the Champion Chase. Considering placing the gifted Defi Du Seuil into the sword by over 4 crosses in the Punchestown 31, chacun Pour Soi has been constantly nibbled at to its Wednesday Festival Feature. Although that form could be muddled after a demanding Cheltenham, it seems red hot with the Arkle and JLT winners in behind and I believe this son of Policy Maker could lay down the law to Altior. If he is going to live up to his billing, he has Grade 1 entries across the hectic Christmas time and will need to show himself.
It hasn’t gone unnoticed that Colin Tizzard has another superstar chaser on his hands, and using a Betfair Chase currently under his belt, this horse has a opportunity going into the King George and Gold Cup come March. Given his involvement in such bonus competitions is guaranteed, this prospect is going to be on the top of several lists and so is hard to exclude, although no horse has completed the Jockey Club Crown since the Kauto Star.
When placing off a worthy marker in Politologue at Cheltenham on his own return defi Du Seuil looked more hardy than ever, and he has the world at his toes over 2m4f or even 2m this year, together with his form tying in with all the Gold Cup favourite Lostintranslation. Defi is a worthy favourite for the Tingle Creek, which I believe he can take en route into successes prior to the Festival. The JLT has been the 5th run last season so I of Defi. He appears an ideal candidate for my own stable.
A huge’hype horse’ last season who completed too bad to be true from the Champion Hurdle after proceeding into contention, Laurina left a return over fences and quickly shot to Arkle favouritism. Together with the highly recognized Albert Bartlett and Punchestown winner Minella Indo professionally in behind , this was a debut over the obstacles that are larger and I’m firmly of the opinion that this mare is going places this year. Laurina will have to obtain some experience over fences before the Arkle, also will take in a couple novice chases to supply back to back winners to Sullivan Bloodstock in the race.
Saldier has been workmanlike, yet impressive when beating the Supreme winner and Champion Hurdle favourite Klassical Dream of last season on reappearance and so put himself right in the mixture for the Tuesday feature of the Festival. If he’s to prove himself worthy of the step up He’ll have to take in a important competitions including the incentive Irish Champion Hurdle and I think he is well qualified. Needless to say we’ve seen a couple of good ones out of this steady and in these silks before.
Henry De Bromhead’s unbeaten mare will place her qualifications online on the opening Sunday of this competition from the Hatton’s Grace where she chooses on Benie Des Dieux. I am confident the long term of last season Mares Novice Favourite move this year and will take this Grade 1 contest. I think Honeysuckle can be a horse and I am very excited about what she can attain over challenges this year — an steady differential.
The name in my teamsheet has been Envoi Allen. The Champion Bumper type is smoking hot, and the stable star of Gordon Elliott made no mistake on his return at Down Royal . This horse rightly leads the gambling for both the Supreme and Ballymore at time of writing, and even though implementing his transaction over 2m up to now this year, including from the Gr1 Royal Bond where is even money favourite at time of writing, I think this horse will wind up over 2m4f come Cheltenham. Gordon Elliott has already said having awakened within this distance in his purpose I have no doubt in his credentials and this son of Muhtathir would delight in the step up. I have him to go unbeaten this year.
This past year, above fences, Samcro made a return that was highly gratifying to the course after last year and I am eager to have a chance that he is right back to his Festival winning. He had been bought for a chaser and looks that, together with Keith Donoghue remarking’that he’ after his recurrence. Samcro must put the gifted Fakir D’Oudairies at the Grade 1 Drinmore away on the opening weekend, and when he does, I am certain he’ll have another season on the way to RSA or the JLT come. Needless to sayyou wont win this game without even taking some risks.??
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