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Tuesday, March 13: Cheltenham Festival Daily Trixie: #1 Kalashnikov (Cheltenham, 1.30pm)
We start our Tuesday, March 13: Cheltenham Festival Daily Trixie in the Supreme Novice Hurdle.
Amy Murphy is enjoying a great start to her training career and there is no doubt Kalashnikov is her stable star.
This five-year-old son of Kalanisi won his only bumper last season but has been something else entirely over hurldes.
He won his first two before finishing second in the Grade Two Tolworth Hurdle at Sandown.
However, his best performance came at Newbury last month.
The Grade 3 Betfair Hurdle is Europe’s most valuable handicap hurdle and Kalashnikov won it well.
Winners of that race do well in the Supreme and this battle-hardened performer will be tough to beat here.
He goes well on this type of ground and has the best form on offer.
Tuesday, March 13: Cheltenham Festival Daily Trixie: #2 Saint Calvados (Cheltenham, 2.10pm)
The second leg of our Tuesday, March 13: Cheltenham Festival Daily Trixie is Harry Whittington’s Saint Calvados.
This five-year-old is the best two mile novice chaser in the UK.
He has run three times this season, twice at Newbury and once at Warwick.
Both his Newbury runs were handicap chases and he won both emphatically.
That prompted connections to try their hand at Graded level and Saint Calvados ran away with the Grade 2 Kingmaker at Warwick.
That 22-length win was incredible and he will take some stopping here on ground he loves.
Footpad and Petit Mouchoir are the best of the Irish, but they will have to be very good to beat this one.
Tuesday, March 13: Cheltenham Festival Daily Trixie: #3 Buveur D’Air (Cheltenham, 3.30pm)
The final leg of our Tuesday, March 13: Cheltenham Festival Daily Trixie needs no introduction.
Buveur D’Air is the reigning Champion Hurdler and is unbeaten since March 2016.
That defeat came in the Grade 1 Supreme Novice Hurdle at the 2016 Cheltenham Festival, when he was defeated by stablemate Altior.
Buveur D’Air won two chases before connections reverted back to hurdles last season and their gamble paid off.
A win in a Listed contest at Sandown was followed by a win in the Grade 1 Champion Hurdle at last season’s festival.
He also won the Grade 1 Aintree Hurdle and is undefeated this season.
Two of this season’s runs were Grade 1s and he has done everything very easily.
This race looks his to lose, as the opposition is below the level of a normal Champion Hurdle.
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