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DOM’S NAP | Thursday’s Best Bet of the Day at Cheltenham

Is Donald McCain’s filly the banker of the day at Cheltenham at the tracks penultimate race fixture of the season?

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Franny Norton on board Fiveandtwenty after winning the Brokes Fillies' Handicap at Catterick Bridge Racecourse.
Cheltenham: FIVEANDTWENTY | 2:05pm NAF Fillies’ Juvenile Handicap Hurdle (Grade 3)
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Donald McCain Jr’s filly was a fair sort on the flat but landed three victory over hurdles in a row at Musselburgh, including in the Scottish Triumph Hurdle.

She was no match for Monmiral or Adagio in the Grade 1 Anniversary at Aintree last week, but looks to have a great chance now in a handicap against her own sex.

WATCH: FIVEANDTWENTY WINS THE SCOTTISH TRIUMPH HURDLE [CREDIT: RACING TV]
Fiveandtwenty will be partnered by regular rider Brian Hughes at Cheltenham

If able to cope with the quick turnaround from her Merseyside exploits, she looks to have a cracking chance here, albeit giving weight all around on her Cheltenham debut.

Put The Kettle On ridden by Aidan Coleman on their way to winning the Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase on day two of the Cheltenham Festival at Cheltenham Racecourse. Picture date: Wednesday March 17, 2021.
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