MIGHT BITE looks to follow-up his RSA Chase win from 12 months ago. He is an unbeaten (bar the fall when he was well clear), triple Grade 1 chase winner, including the Mildmay Novices’ at Aintree. He reappeared this season with an easy victory over the now 164-rated Frodon over a trip too short and followed up with a decent enough win in the King George on Boxing Day.
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Five reasons to claim 70/1 Might Bite to win the Gold Cup
- Might Bite has won his last five starts including three Grade 1 contests
- He is already a Cheltenham Festival winner, as he landed the 2017 RSA Chase
- He banished any doubt of him belonging at the top table when scoring in the King George on Boxing Day 2017, hitting the front four out and always in control thereafter.
- His trainer Nicky Henderson has already won the two big races at this Festival with Buveur D'Air and Altior.
- Might Bite is the favourite #1 to win the Gold Cup, backable at 9/2 on the major online bookmakers, unless you take this offer...
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