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BoyleSports Cheltenham Preview Night With Gordon Elliott – Day 3 Tips

BoyleSports Cheltenham Festival Preview night took place on Thursday, 3rd March with our guest panel of Gordon Elliott, Bryan Cooper, Jack Kennedy, Philip Enright & Leon Blanche.

Here’s their thoughts on the best races from Day Three of the Festival.

Gordon Elliott says he is tempted to take on Bob Olinger in the Turners Novices’ Chase at the Cheltenham Festival next week.

The Meath trainer was running the rule over the third day of action at the Festival next week with BoyleSports, and he conceded that Bob Olinger stands out as one of the most likely winners of the week among the travelling contingent of horses. Check it out.

Turners Novices’ Chase

“But Bob Olinger is one of the bets of the week in the Turners Novices’ Chase. I saw him galloping at Navan a few weeks ago and he’s just awesome, he’s a horse I’d love to train. But when you look at the race I’m tempted to run Fury Road.

“I think he may want three miles, but everyone is going to want to avoid Bob Olinger and he could have an each-way chance at a big price.”

Fury Road is currently a 14/1 shot in the race, but also holds entries in the National Hunt Chase on day one and the Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase on day two over the longer trip of 3m½.

The panel also spoke about two more races on Day Three, including the Ryanair Chase & Stayers’ Hurdle. Check them out below!

Ryanair Chase

“It will be the worst race Allaho runs in all year!” Philip Enright said.

Stayers’ Hurdle

“He has a great chance. We all keep together & keep winning.” Gordon Elliott said.



The Cheltenham Festival for 2022 is finally here!

The biggest event on the sporting and betting calendar of the year is set for an EPIC four days of racing, starting on Tuesday 15th March and ending on Friday 18th March. It’s considered one of, if not the biggest horse racing event, around the world.

Here at BoyleSports, we have a ton of EPIC offers ready to go for new and existing customers, with Non-Runner No Bet available on EVERY single race at the Festival. Not to mention, Extra Places on a number of races each day, plus Free Bet if your horse comes second to the starting price favourite!

There’s 14 Grade One races as the best jockeys, horse and trainers battle it out, including the Gold Cup, Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Champion Chase, Stayers’ Hurdle and many more.

New to it? Buckle up and enjoy the ride! The Festival is one of a kind and highlighted for its amazing atmosphere, including the “Cheltenham roar” from the crowd ahead of the first race on Day One. Epic Cheltenham has arrived!