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Leg 1 – Faugheen – Brilliant chaser would bring the house down if getting up in the Marsh.
He's been sensational over fences this season and his form is some of the strongest, so it would be no surprise to see him do the business.
Leg 2 – Welsh Saint – Nicky Henderson is having a wonderful week and his strong stayer will relish every yard of this.
He still looks on a decent mark even after winning last time and should be tough to beat.
Leg 3 – Frodon – Hard to see last year's winner out of the places after winning nicely at Kempton last time.
Cheltenham is his bread and butter and he looks certain to be in the shake-up.
Leg 4 – Paisley Park – An obvious one for the shortlist after winning so well in both the Cleeve and Long Distance Hurdle.
Last year's winner and is strongly fancied to repeat the trick.
Leg 5 – Deyrann De Carjac – Strong traveller needs to be played late but rarely runs a bad race.
Alan King's team are going well and he has a massive chance of making the money.
Leg 6 – Colreevy – Willie Mullins' contender is a model of consistency and has just the kind of profile needed for a race like this.
Her form stacks up well against the principals and it would be surprising if she wasn't bang there at the finish.
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