Cheltenham Festival 2018: Latest video interviews with some of the leading trainers

Trainer Warren Greatrex
Trainer Warren Greatrex

We caught up with Warren Greatrex, Ben Pauling, Tom George and Harry Whittington to get the latest on some of their Cheltenham Festival contenders.

Harry Whittington on his Cheltenham team including Saint Calvados - 5/1 for Racing Post Arkle

Harry Whittington - Cheltenham Festival

Ben Pauling on his Cheltenham team including Gowiththeflow - 14/1 for Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle

Ben Pauling - Cheltenham Festival

Tom George on his team including God's Own, Double Shuffle and Black Op - Click for latest Sky Bet odds

Cheltenham Festival - Tom George

Warren Greatrex on his team including La Bague Au Roi - 12/1 for the Stayers' Hurdle and 8/1 the Mares' Hurdle

Cheltenham Festival - Warren Greatrex

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