Cheltenham Festival day one free tips: Our team of Sun Racing experts give you their best bet for Tuesday at Cheltenham

Sun Racing resident tipsters Tom Bull, Jack Keene and Callum Jamieson have been looking forward to this week for a long time and they're raring to go!

Bully's Banker

Cubomania – 4.50 Close Brothers Novices' Handicap Chase

I'm all over Gordon Elliott's battle-hardened chaser here.

The six-year-old has loads of experience over fences and has the benefit of a course and distance win to his name.

He was a rock-solid fifth in a red-hot handicap at Leopardstown last time and I'm convinced that he's well-handicapped.


Callum Calls It

Ballyward – 5.30 National Hunt Chase

Willie Mullins' improving chaser looks tailor-made for this race.

He was an easy winner of a big Grade 3 contest at Naas last time – I think he would have won anyway despite Discorama's late fall.

This step up in trip looks sure to suit and the stable won this race last year.

Sun Racing's top tips for Tuesday

Bully: 4.50 Cubomania (Click here to compare prices and place your bet)

Callum: 5.30 Ballyward (Click here to compare prices and place your bet)

Jack: 1.30 Mister Fisher EW (Click here to compare prices and place your bet)

Jack The Tipper

Mister Fisher (each-way) – 1.30 Supreme Novices' Hurdle

I think top jock Nico de Boinville has picked the wrong Nicky Henderson horse here.

Mister Fisher was absolutely electric when winning at Kempton in December (the same race won by Altior before his Supreme win).

That form has been boosted by the beaten horses, he has since landed a Grade 2 and he has won on soft ground, so the forecast rain is no issue.

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