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Cheltenham Festival: Martin Girdwood tips Might Bite for glory in Gold Cup

PUBLISHED: 07:00 16 March 2018

Martin Girdwood of Girdys Gee Gees has backed Might Bite to win the Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup (pic: Julian Herbert)

Martin Girdwood of Girdys Gee Gees has backed Might Bite to win the Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup (pic: Julian Herbert)

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Archant London sat down with tipster Martin Girdwood of Girdys Gee Gees to go through his naps for the final day of the Festival

The final day of this year’s Cheltenham Festival is upon us, with punters looking for a good winner to end the event on a high.

Archant London sat down with tipster Martin Girdwood of Girdys Gee Gees to go through some of the fantastic races taking place on the final day of the Festival.

The first race of the day is the JCB Triumph Hurdle, with Martin having backed Rediciean, a current best price of 5-1 at the time of writing, to win.

All eyes will be on Cheltenham at 3.30pm for the running of this year’s Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup.

The jewel in the crown of the Festival, Martin has gone for Might Bite, at a best price of 9-2, to triumph in one of the most iconic jumps races.

With the action drawing to a close, punters will be aiming for one last shot at glory in beating the bookmakers at this year’s Cheltenham Festival.

• For more in-depth betting analysis from Martin Girdwood, visit girdysgeegees.com.

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