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Road to Cheltenham! Check Twitter for fantastic daily odds boosts

| 03.03.2014

The sound of the famous Cheltenham roar is almost tangible as the greatest jumps racing festival of them all draws ever nearer and at Ladbrokes they are spicing up the ante-post betting daily until the action starts, by enhancing odds for a limited time only.

If you are feeling the Cheltenham buzz building and want to get on some brilliant ante-post odds then make sure you keep an eye on Ladbrokes’ twitter feed – @Ladbrokes – daily for a 15-minute only offer.

The firm are running their Road to Cheltenham promotion by bumping up their ante-post odds on a mixture of horses, jockeys and trainers until Champion Hurdle Tuesday arrives.

Some offers to have featured so far have included:

5/4 favourite for the Queen Mother Champion Chase, Sire De Grugy, boosted to 3/1

The Moore families’ stable star and Tingle Creek winner is maturing all the time and since following up that that first Grade 1 triumph, further wins at Kempton and another in exalted company at Ascot last month mean this Chestnut is hot property ahead of the festival.

Barry Geraghty to win Top Jockey @ 7/1 out from 7/2

What is there left to say about one of the finest pilots in the business over the past decade. The 2011 Top Jockey and veteran of 28 festival winners – including all four championship races – will have the pick of Nicky Henderson’s rides again.

Hinterland boosted from 10/1 out to 16/1 to win the Arkle Trophy

A big Arkle hope for Paul Nicholls, Hinterland laid down a pretty special marker when holding off the relentless challenge of Grandouet to claim the Henry III Novices Chase at Sandown in December.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Christian Crowther

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