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Herald columnist Katie Walsh tips 178-1 four-timer on Cheltenham Day Three

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27 April 2016; Katie Walsh poses with mount Blow By Blow after winning her first Grade One race, the Attheraces.com Champion I.N.H. Flat Race. Punchestown, Co. Kildare. Picture credit: Seb Daly / SPORTSFILE

27 April 2016; Katie Walsh poses with mount Blow By Blow after winning her first Grade One race, the Attheraces.com Champion I.N.H. Flat Race. Punchestown, Co. Kildare. Picture credit: Seb Daly / SPORTSFILE

27 April 2016; Katie Walsh poses with mount Blow By Blow after winning her first Grade One race, the Attheraces.com Champion I.N.H. Flat Race. Punchestown, Co. Kildare. Picture credit: Seb Daly / SPORTSFILE

Followers of Herald columnist Katie Walsh will have enjoyed a very successful afternoon.

She bullishly predicted on our preview show this morning, in association with BoyleSports, that Let's Dance would prevail in the Mare's Novice Hurdle and the five-year-old duly obliged.

In fact, she correctly predicted all four of her brother Ruby's winners, the first time he achieved such a feat.

The victories of Yorkhill, Un De Sceaux, Nichols Canyon and Let's Dance would have created a 178/1 accumulator for anyone lucky enough to follow her selections.

A great day for the Irish as Ruby Walsh and Willie Mullins strike back in style. Here's your guide to Cheltenham Day Three in less than a minute. (In association with Boylesports)

She was unlucky in running on board Mall Dini in the Kim Muir.

She rides Wonderful Charm in the Foxhunters tomorrow. Pick up tomorrow's Herald to see if she fancies her chances on Paul Nicholls' nine-year-old.

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