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Supreme Novices’ Hurdle: Cheltenham Festival 2016 Preview and Tips

Exclusive preview and tips for the 2016 Supreme Novices’ Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival brought to you by the team at Star Sports.

Our top Cheltenham tip selection, Min.

The traditional curtain raiser of the Cheltenham Festival and listen out for the famous roar from the stands. Bookmaker and punter fortunes will largely depend on one man. The maestro Irish trainer Willie Mullins who holds the key to many races with the short priced favourites. And it’s very much the case for the opener with Min. Min has won both his races so far with ease at Punchestown since joining the stable from France.

Challengers from England.

Biggest English challenge may come from the Nicky Henderson trained Altior. He is bidding for a five-timer after wins at Chepstow, Ascot, Cheltenham and Kempton. Join Luke Tarr (Head of PR Star Sports), Claude Duval (The Punter’s Pal from The Sun), Tanya Stevenson (from Channel 4 Racing) and Bill Esdaile (racing editor City AM). They bring their best bets for the race.

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