There is something special about the Cheltenham Festival which is why it is the star fixture on the National hunt racing calendar and targeted by connections of many of the top horses. The atmosphere as the Supreme novice’s kicks off day one is always one to savour which is now widely regarded as the Cheltenham roar. The race is also looking fairly open but the market is likely to be headed by another Mullins horse looking to kick punters off to a winner in Getabird.
The improving horse looks to be another Ricci Mullins star and is unbeaten in his four starts for connections. This includes a recent 9 length victory over Mengli Khan in the Moscow Flyer at Punchestown which means in now heads to the race with confidence high as he looks to further enhance his trainers incredible record in the race following both Vautour’s and Douvan’s victories in recent seasons. If you’re looking to visit the area this infographic will cover the main sites to see while in Cheltenham.