Nigel Twiston-Davies' dashing grey is now as short as 14/1 for the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Bristol De Mai has been slashed from 40/1 into 14/1 for the Cheltenham Gold Cup after a stunning performance at Haydock.
That's back-to-back victories in the Betfair Chase for Nigel Twiston-Davies' stayer. The run was just his second after returning from wind surgery back in April at Aintree.
Today's 11/10 favourite Might Bite was disappointing and never really threatened in the closing stages and as such has drifted to 9/1 for the Cheltenham showpiece. Last season's Gold Cup winner Native River has been cut as short as 4/1 following a dogged second.
Oddschecker spokesman, George Elek: 'Bristol De Mai has put to bed any suggestions he is a soft ground bully by beating four of the most revered horses in the game on quick ground.
'A wind operation at the start of the year may well just have unlocked the dual Betfair Chase winner's true potential, and punters are wasting no time taking big prices for Gold Cup victory in March.'