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Cheltenham Market Movers with Unibet – Gold Cup Day

Unibet’s Will Petit brings us the best backed horses on the fourth and final day of the Cheltenham Festival.

Stoney Mountain

22/1 from 33/1

STONEY MOUNTAIN is an interesting play from punters in the Albert Bartlett. It’s often won by a big price horse and this stoutly bred and experienced 6yo has the assistence of Champion Jockey Dickie Johnson. A lively each-way gamble!

Not Another Muddle

11/2 from 13/2

NOT ANOTHER MUDDLE was very impressive on his latest start and this in form chaser could be set to go in again. He slips in near the bottom of the pack and is 3 from 4 over fences. An obvious chance.

Early Doors

9/2 from 13/2

Top weight EARLY DOORS is the best backed in the lucky last on what could be a big day for Joseph O’Brien and JP McManus! He was third off of 3lbs lower in this race last year, one ahead of a certain Sire Du Berlais, and punters are hopeful he can go better this year.

We are paying AN EXTRA PLACE on the 5.30pm at Cheltenham as well, and the 2.10pm we are the only firm 1-2-3-4-5-6 1/4 the odds.

Biggest Loser on Day 4

Presenting Percy

Cheltenham Gold Cup

Our biggest liability on day four is PRESENTING PERCY. The traders want to see this beat!

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