Cheltenham 2014: Mike Tindall on Gold Cup and fatherhood

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Tindall on Gold Cup and fatherhood

Gloucester centre and former England captain Mike Tindall speaks to BBC Points West at the Cheltenham Festival.

Tindall gives his Gold Cup predictions and reveals that his own horse, Monbeg Dude, will miss the event to race in the Grand National in April.

The 35-year-old also discusses how he and wife Zara Phillips, the Queen's grand-daughter, are adapting to parenthood, following the recent birth of their first daughter, Mia.

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