The New One at 8/1 odds in Champion Hurdle? Latest Cheltenham Festival tips

Cheltenham Festival tips and free bets, as The New One, Hurricane Fly, Our Conor and feature in the Champion Hurdle, as Paddy Power announce  a new enhancement.

The popular unit are offering an enhanced price of 8/1 on Champion Hurdle favourite The New One, who is currently a price of 11/4.

How to pick up 8/1 on The New One (was 11/4)

Paddy Power are offering a massive 8/1 on THE NEW ONE (was 11/4) to WIN the Champion Hurdle! Claim this EXCLUSIVE price here!

Wouldn’t it be just lovely to get 8/1 about an 11/4 shot?

Well, these dreams do come true around the time of the Cheltenham Festival thanks to Paddy Power.

They have announced an incredible offer which sees the Champion Hurdle favourite The New One’s price being enhanced from 11/1 to 8/1.

These types of offers are rife around this time of year and we have our ear to the ground to highlight the most lucrative ones. This offer certainly is up there with the best we’ve ever seen.

Nigel Twiston-Davies’ horse has been one of the most popular horses in the ante post markets over the course of the season and this offer has been snapped up left, right and centre by punters looking to open a betting account especially for the Cheltenham Festival.

The offer is open to new customers only and all you need to do to get on is to follow these three steps:

· Click the link and head over to Paddy Power in order to sign up, which only takes a matter of minutes.

· Find the Champion Hurdle market and select The New One, who will be advertised at 11/4 rather than 8/1.

· Place your bet (£10 maximum) and if the horse wins, you’ll get paid out at 8/1 within the next 24 hours.

The New One is most certainly the one to beat in the Champion Hurdle. He’s slick over his hurdles, has a great winning attitude and the engine like a Ferrari.

He ended last season with an official rating of 165, a mark not bettered by a novice hurdler since Iris’s Gift in 2002-03.

After winning the Neptune Investments Novices Hurdle at last year’s Cheltenham Festival, his trainer had him earmarked for a potential tilt at the Champion Hurdle and he has proved over the past few months that he is more than good enough to be crowned the Champion.

After hammering former Champion Hurdler Rock On Ruby at Kempton in his seasonal reappearance, he has improved further.

Zarkandar was the next horse on his hit list as he overcame a race that wouldn’t have suited his style of racing in the International Hurdle to run out a very impressive four length winner.

A minor blip occurred in the Christmas Hurdle when he was just pipped to the post by My Tent Or Yours but he made a real hash of the final flight which lost him crucial momentum.

That form will be overturned at Cheltenham, for sure. Get on at 8/1.