Cheltenham Tips: Ruby Walsh’s cheat sheet for Day One at Cheltenham 2022

No better man than Ruby to take you through the seven races on Wednesday.

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It’s finally here!

The Cheltenham Festival for 2022 is upon us – hooray!

Whether you’re a high-roller or a 50p each-way punter, there’s nothing like the buzz of the biggest week in racing’s calendar.

Thousands of hours combing the form guides and weighing up the possible entries have led to these four days of National Hunt racing at Cheltenham.

WHAT A DAY – AND THERE’S PLENTY MORE TO COME!

THE GANG ARE BACK AGAIN WITH THEIR DAY TWO CHEAT SHEET

HERE’S THE REST OF YOUR TOP TIPS FOR WEDNESDAY

Hopefully, all the work adds up to a string of winners and the eternal gratitude of the ever-so-wise readers of Paddy Power News.

Tuesday’s action kicks off at 1:30pm with the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle where Constitution Hill heads the market from Dysart Dynamo, though the highlight of the day for many will be the Champion Hurdle (3:30pm) where Honeysuckle is the odds-on star attraction – anyone fancy an upset there?

And there’s five more races wedged into what’s sure to be a memorable afternoon, but who should you be backing?

The top jockey in the history of the famous four-day fest is here to help you answer just that question – the one and only Ruby Walsh‘s turned all seven races upside-down and inside-out to give you the benefit of his considerable knowledge.

And we’ve chopped and sliced them up into one bite-size cheat sheet for your punting pleasure.

Take it away, Rupert…

Click or Tap the pic below for a snazzy hi-res copy of Ruby’s Cheat Sheet for Tuesday 

*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change

CHELTENHAM TIPS TODAY

STILL DON’T KNOW WHO TO PICK? WHY NOT PLAY OUR QUIZ TO HELP YOU DECIDE!

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