Cheltenham Races: Five stars who can win you some cash at Cheltenham's November Meeting this weekend – odds and tips

CHELTENHAM returns to our screens again this weekend and there are set to be some big names on show.

Three days of top-drawer racing gets underway on Friday and we pick out some of the jumpers it could pay to follow.

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Simply The Betts – Saturday 2.15

Harry Whittington's star bolted up in a big handicap at the Festival and returns here with a massive chance once more.

He looked better than a handicapper that day and could well prove that here with another summer on his back.

The seven-year-old jumps for fun, stays up the hill brilliantly and gets jockey Gavin Sheehan back on board who has recovered from a broken hand miraculously quick.

He's currently a 9-2 shot and looks a good thing to me.

Tobefair – Saturday 2.50

As the old 'horses for courses' saying goes, Tobefair is a true Cheltenham regular.

Owned by a pub's syndicate, the ten-year-old is at the top of the weights for this, but his experience should count for a lot.

He goes on any ground, good or soft, and looks a great each-way poke with double-figure odds still around.

He ran no race whatsoever last time out, but that was too bad to be true and might be over-priced based on that.


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Rocky's Treasure – Sunday 1.50

Trainer Kim Bailey has started the season like a house on fire and can win another big prize with this staying chaser.

Rocky's Treasure threatened to be a Graded horse earlier in his career but his form has been patchy since.

But on his day he can still reach those levels and this test should suit him perfectly.

He should get his preferred good ground and looks well-handicapped on his old form. Let's pray his jumping holds up.

Sceau Royal – Sunday 2.25

This horse has started the season with two taking wins over hurdles but could be back over fences for the Grade 2 Shloer Chase on Sunday.

He's not 100% certain to lineup here given that he ran at Wncanton on Saturday, but if he does he should take some stopping.

He'll have the fitness edge on the majority of these and the pace burn-up out front will also play to his strengths.

Trainer Alan King remains in good nick and he might catch these cold.

Harambe – Sunday 3.00

Alan King's handicapper won this last year and could well do the double in my book.

He's just 6lbs higher in the weights than when winning this in 2019 and at 16-1 he looks a great each-way play.

He was in contention until brought down in the ultra-competitive Betfair Hurdle off a similar mark suggesting he has another win in him.

And he's still only seven and lightly-raced in these sorts of fields. I reckon he still has a bit in the locker over a track and trip he relishes.

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