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Cotswold Chase Preview: Don't underestimate American

Andrew Asquith previews the Cotswold Chase at Cheltenham on Saturday and picks out his best bet.

The 2017 Cotswold Chase was an epic race, fought out by two top-class chasers, and is remembered in more detail by Nick Seddon here.

This year’s renewal revolves around Bristol de Mai, who sets a clear standard on the form of his Betfair Chase win at Haydock earlier this season, and at the time of writing is a short-priced favourite. The question is: can he run to a similar level of form at Cheltenham?

A worthy price?

View Written by Andrew Asquith, Tuesday 23 January