TIGER ROLL can be backed at 20/1 to win at Cheltenham today with 888 sport.
The Grand National hero is back in action this afternoon – in a showdown with Easysland in the Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Chase.
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Tiger Roll is making his return to the track and will have high hopes coming into the November Meeting.
Gordon Elliott is looking forward to having him back on the course and believes the ground could work in his favour today.
He said: “It will be great to see Tiger Roll back at Cheltenham and the ground doesn't look as soft as it was at the Festival so that should help him.
He added: “He's in great order at home and I think his recent spin on the flat at Navan has done him the world of good. After walking out of the stalls he was never able to get competitive but he picked up a few of the backmarkers in the straight and that run will have helped him blow a few cobwebs away.”
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