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NH Ten To Follow Returns.

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Last Years 10-to-follow flagbearer was Clan Des Obeaux, winning the King George on Boxing Day at 12/1 and running a cracker in the Gold Cup at Cheltenham, finishing 5th at 5/1..  Members had a great run having been advised to back him at 50/1 at the start of the season.

What we said last year:
Paul Nicholls: Clan Des Obeaux – Gold Cup– 50/1 with Skybet
Has been a horse we felt would make a top class chaser ever since he ran over hurdles as a 4yo. He’s progressed nicely and now looks ready to step up to the top grade with a couple of years experience over fences behind him. He excels in soft ground, as he demonstrated when winning really well at Haydock in November and he then ran a cracker when a fast finishing 2nd under top weight in a decent handicap at Cheltenham. Not at his best at Aintree on his final start he still ran a very creditable 3rd behind Might Bite. He’s expected to make his return to action in the Charlie Hall Chase and there is every possibility he’ll progress into a genuine Gold Cup contender.
Also 25/1 with Ladbrokes to win any race at the Festival.
Update: Ran really well on his return at Haydock suggestion he’ll be competitive in the top chases this season.
King George Chase on Boxing DayWON 12/1, jumping superbly and staying on strongly, is now 10/1 for the Gold Cup.
Won the Denman chase very easily and is now 4/1 for the Gold Cup.
Ran a cracker at Cheltenham, but just faded into 5th, not quite getting home in the soft ground.

We have highlighted 4 horses for Cheltenham within our Ten To Follow, making up a MEGA Ante Post Lucky 15 Bet.

Best of Luck
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