Willie Mullins has had an illustrious career as a racehorse trainer, with the Irishman helping Hurricane Fly to win Cheltenham’s Champion Hurdle event in 2011 and 2013.
And this could be another successful year for Mullins, as the Guardian expects nine of his horses to run in Grade One events at Cheltenham 2015. As you can imagine, he has a number of promising horse racing naps to follow this week.
From Mullins already, we have shared horse racing tips on Douvan and Un De Sceaux. Well, the Guardian feels confident about Faugheen, as it is unbeaten in eight races.
Running in the Mares Hurdle on Tuesday, Annie Power is returning to peak condition and is widely regarded as the favourite.
Lastly, Djakadam is fancied as a 10/1 prospect for the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Djakadam began the year as 50/1, but has improved significantly.