Cheltenham day four tips: Best each-way bets for all seven races

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Here we go then, Friday, March 17 is the final day of the 2023 Cheltenham Festival, let's find you some great each-way tips.

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(Please be aware odds are subject to change and what was a juicy each-way when we wrote this article, might not be the case when they go to post)

13:30 - Blood Destiny

Searching for a compelling outsider in the Triumph proved less than fruitful so we'll pop Blood Destiny in an each-way double with Vaucelet (16:10) later in the day.

For us, this fellow will get the better of stablemate Lossiemouth and that should be enough to get the job done. His deeply impressive victory at Fairyhouse last time out was one to get the pulse racing.

14:10 - Ballyadam and Pembroke

Dan Skelton's skill in training Festival handicap hurdle winners is no secret and Pembroke looks laid out to add to the trainer's tally here. At the lower end of the weights, the six-year-old can make his presence felt in this cavalry charge. At bigger odds, we have to stick a few quid on Ballyadam. Henry de Bromhead's runners have been performing in grand style this week and he will have been encouraged by Ballyadam's seasonal return at Leopardstown, where he was third.

14:50 - Hiddenvalleylake

This exceptionally tricky contest features a host with chances. We'll stick with the de Bromhead team and go for Hiddenvalleylake here. Beaten by stablemate Monty's Star last time, she is on more favourable terms here and can make amends. Lots of others appeal, especially Shanbally Kid and Favori De Champdou, but we'll go with the one pick.

15:30 - Conflated and Sounds Russian

A tremendously competitive Gold Cup awaits, with a deserved favourite in Galopin Des Champs and previous champions in Minella Indo and A Plus Tard. The latter would undoubtedly be great value if one could ignore his last run. A small win saver may suffice. However, we'll look at a couple at bigger odds. First up is Conflated, who was running a fine race before falling in last year's Ryanair. He's suited by left-handed tracks and should go well. Sounds Russian is more of a long-shot but has really been under-rated in the markets and discussions of this race. He ran a rock-solid trial behind Ahoy Senor here in January (Noble Yeats third, Protektorat fourth) and could easily run a huge race if taking to the pace of this event.

16:10 - Vaucelet

The Foxhunters is not a race for everyone and we'll settle for the previously mentioned each-way double, matching Vaucelet with Blood Destiny. The trainer-jockey combination of Christie and O'Neill warrant huge respect in this sphere.

16:50 - Magic Daze

Impervious is probably the one for win bets so we'll take a chance with a small each-way interest in Magic Daze from the afore-mentioned De Bromhead stable. We're prepared to take the gamble that the longer trip will actually suit her.

17:30 - Iroko

The finale to the meeting is as much of a puzzle as always and we're giving Iroko the chance to solve it for us. An eye-catching victory at Wetherby in January put him straight into the notebook and he can see off a host of serious rivals.

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