One of the feature races across the Cheltenham card is the hotly contested Grade Three Caspian Caviar Gold Cup and we think Master Tommytucker can defy his top weight to land the spoils.
Having been a horse with bundles of potential but never really showing it, this term he seems to have turned over a new leaf and his jumping has improved massively.
Although winning on his seasonal debut last term, he then went on to fall twice in a row, with many thinking his potential was short lived.However, he made his return this season at Newton Abbott and jumped much better to finish a good second behind Al Dancer.
From there he has really kicked on landing back to back races with superb jumping displays, especially last time out at Haydock when winning a good Graduation Chase by 15 lengths.
He is a horse very much going places if building on his last two runs and this race show how classy he is if being able to win giving weight away all round.