Read Channel 4 Racing presenter Nick Luck's views on day two of the festival.
I’m also going to take a stab at a horse who is something of a nut case but a very talented one. You will probably know where you stand with Days Of Heaven early on, but so long as he doesn’t blow his brains at the start or in the prelims, he is a well handicapped horse and he definitely wants good ground.
I don’t get the feeling that the Mullins camp are unclear about which is the best of their bumper horses, but my preference is for Avenir Dune Vie of that brigade.
However, my other bet in the race is High Bridge who might have too much speed for these rivals given his outstanding Flat pedigree.