Get your Cheltenham Festival Day 4 off to a flyer with the Tote Placepot

THERE'S no way better way to get day four of the Cheltenham Festival off to the perfect start than by cracking the Tote Placepot.

And with an estimated £1million placepot every day this week – what are you waiting for?!

Sun Racing's Tom Bull is raring to go and reckons he's found the perfect six horses to land a big payday on the fourth afternoon of the Cheltenham Festival.

All you have to do is get six horses placed in the first six races on the card – and a share of the prize is yours.

Plus, all new customers with the Tote get a £10 risk free bet. If it fails to win, you get your money back in cash!

And there's no better way to spend your free bet than on the Tote Placepot.


New customers to the Tote can enjoy a £10 risk free bet on any pool bet.

  • Open an account with the Tote
  • Place a pool bet of £10 of more
  • If it fails to win the Tote will refund the bet up to a maximum of £10 as CASH!


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Leg 1 – Aspire Tower – Very smart hurdler fell last time but arguably would have won and has major claims on his first two wins over hurdles.

Runs for the excellent combination of Rachael Blackmore and Henry De Bromhead.

Leg 2 – Thatsy – Strong traveller for whom this blistering pace should be ideal.

Looks on a good mark and is the preferred choice of Davy Russell.

Leg 3 – Thyme Hill – Very strong stayer who also possesses a significant amount of speed.

Has looked every inch a superstar in his three runs to date and will take an awful lot of beating.

Leg 4 – Al Boum Photo – Last year's winner has been given the same preparation this time around and can become the first horse since Best Mate to win back-to-back Gold Cups.

He has everything you need for the iconic test and will be staying on stronger than most.

Leg 5 – Hazel Hill – Another horse who should repeat last year's heroics in the Foxhunters.

He was most impressive in 2019 and looks the one to catch once again after running a fine race last time.

Leg 6 – Two Taffs – Classy handicapper has been crying out for this drop in trip and should get his head in front.

He was third at this meeting a couple of years ago and is the one to beat now.

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