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Cheltenham Tips : Punters go Bobs Worth crazy at 7/1 for Gold Cup at Festival

Latest Cheltenham tips as punters are reported to be piling in to Bobs Worth  for the Gold Cup at the Cheltenham Festival today.

This time the horse in question is the very exciting Gold Cup favourite Bobs Worth, who is being offered at 7/1 by the Paddy Power traders to new customers despite being the 5/4 favourite in the Cheltenham Gold Cup market.

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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.

Willie Mullins’ mare has been one of the most well backed horses of the entire Festival after the trained declared her for the race last week, being trimmed in the market from 4/1 to 7/4 with the Irish absolutely lumping on.

The 7/1 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 World Hurdle market and select Annie Power, who will be advertised at 7/4 rather than 7/1.

If/when she wins, all new customers will get paid out at the 7/1 offer odds within 24 hours, so don’t worry if your money isn’t in there straight away. Paddy Power are very reliable when it comes to paying out properly so we see no reason to worry.

This is the third stupendous offer released by the Irish firm after refunding the losing bets in the Supreme Novices Hurdle if your horse finished in the first four and going 8/1 about The New One in the Champion Hurdle on Tuesday. But this one looks their best yet as Annie Power is most certainly the one to beat in the World Hurdle.

She has looked incredibly since being unleashed onto the National Hunt scene by Mullins and her owner Rich Ricchi, who teamed up with Vautour in the Supreme Novices Hurdle earlier in the week.

The mare has thrashed some very good horses this season, including Zarkandar at Ascot and Cockney Sparrow at Doncaster earlier in the year. Her turn of foot is frightening and the fact she gets a 7lb weight allowance is another factor in her favour. Big Buck’s is her only real challenger but he looked a spent force when getting beat at short odds in the Cleeve Hurdle.

Get on the Power!