Weatherbys Preview: Supreme Novices' Hurdle
Paul Jones of Weatherbys gives us his independent betting tips on all the races from this year's Cheltenham Festival.
I am keen on Go Native each-way as can see him swinging away turning for home but the hill does worry me so a bit of each-way insurance may be the best way into this race.
Hopefully they will go super quick so Paul Carberry can sit and wait and then pounce after the last.
I was keen on Ainama before he was beaten last time and would not give up on him with a better round of jumping.
Cousin Vinny deserves favouritism but not at as short as he is as this is far more open that the betting suggests.
Kempes and Red Moloney will figure highly on trends followers lists being last-time-out, unbeaten horses this season but whether they will handle soft ground is another matter as rain is planned and it could turn genuine soft.
Torphichen should also figure prominently and David Pipe nominated him as his best chance of the week on a preview night last week.