Cheltenham Day 3 NAP: Harry ready to lead the punters’ fightback

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With only two winning favourites in the 14 races leading up to St. Patrick’s Thursday, it’s fair to say that this year’s Cheltenham Festival is going the way of the bookies.

However, it’s not all cut and dried just yet and with another 14 contests remaining there’s still plenty to play for.

And if there’s one horse you can trust in to lead the fightback, it’s Unowhatimeanharry.

Last season’s Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle winner has carried on that form, winning on each of his three starts during the current campaign.

Stretching back even further, he’s eight unbeaten since joining Harry Fry’s yard and if he maintains that standard, he won’t be beaten in this year’s Stayers’ Hurdle.

2014 Champion Hurdle winner Jezki has shown he still retains ability but whether he has enough to challenge the market leader remains to be seen.

Meanwhile, perennial Festival runner-up Shaneshill and Galmoy Hurdle winner Snow Falcon both have solid each-way claims.

However, don’t let that sway you.

Unowhatimeanharry is the real deal and the one to deliver some punting respite.

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