Delta Work napped up by Jumps Racing's chief tipster Tom Lee on Day 2 of the Cheltenham Festival
Tom Lee is back with his latest video with three tips for day two of the Cheltenham Festival on Wednesday.
Wind permitting, Tom is keen to have an each way play on Brewin'upastorm for trainer Olly Murphy who has already landed a place in the Supreme on Tuesday. The 8/1 chance will need to reverse the form with race favourite Champ but Tom believes a much stronger ridden pace will suit the six year old in the Ballymore Novices' Chase at 1.30pm.
Tom also points out that no Challow Hurdle winner has followed up in this race in 22 attempts and is putting up Brewin'upastorm as a confident each way play.
In the RSA Chase at 2.10pm, Tom has a really confident pick in Delta Work trained by Gordon Elliott. Favourites have a good record in this race and Delta Work is unbeaten over fences and also possesses course form when winning the Pertemps at the Festival last year.
Finally, Tom like the look of 25/1 shot Bleu Berry to win back to back Coral Cups. The Willie Mullins trained eight year old is five pounds higher in the weights this year but he's been seemingly ignored by the layers at 25/1 and Tom thinks it's a cracking each way play.
You can follow Tom throughout the Festival via our dedicated Cheltenham Tipster page on the site.