The Punt Daily: Tom Collins' free horse racing tips on day four of Cheltenham
Champ (3.05 Cheltenham)
With all the money coming for A Plus Tard, there is plenty of value elsewhere and Champ is right at the top of that list. This extremely talented nine-time winner proved his love for the Cheltenham hill last year whenhe ran down Minella Indo and Allaho in the RSA and has had an intriguing preparation into this year's Gold Cup. I loved the move to run him in the Game Spirit last month, it seemed to help his jumping, and I expect him to go close in the big one with improvement likely.
Ganapathi (1.55 Cheltenham)
Unexposed five-year-old who looked to becaught out by inexperience in the Grade 2 Moscow Flyer on his second outing beforeshaping with promise in behind subsequent Ballymore runner-up Gaillard Du Mesnil at the Dublin Racing Festival. The Willie Mullins-trained runner, who also held an entry in the Supreme earlier this week, clearly didn't stay the trip that day and the drop back in distance, coupled with a nice handicap mark of 140, makes him a leading player in this year's County Hurdle.
Vanillier (2.30 Cheltenham)
It is easy to make a case for most in the Albert Bartlett, so why not back one at a price? Vanillier boasted smart hurdling form before Christmas and was only denied by the talented Farouk D'Alene in Grade 2 company at Limerick before the turn of the year. He wasn't on a going day last time in the same race as Ganapathi, but connections are adamant that he is back in form. He can go well at a big price.
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