Cheltenham Festival Betting Tips

Cheltenham Festival Betting Tips

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The Cheltenham Festival is a four-day National Hunt meeting which takes place in the middle of March every year. Originally a three-day meeting, it has now been extended to four days and features famous races such as the Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Champion Chase and Gold Cup.

The Cheltenham Gold Cup always takes place on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival and is the most popular betting race of the meeting. It features some of the best steeplechasing horses in the world and the Cheltenham track offers a stiff challenge which includes a stiff uphill finish.

Betting on the Cheltenham Festival is immensely popular, especially in the UK and Ireland where the majority of horses, trainers, owners and jockeys are based. There is always a traditional rivalry between the UK and Ireland, with horses from both countries battling it out on the track every day.

Why is the Cheltenham Festival so popular?

The Gold Cup is second only to the Aintree Grand National in terms of popularity on the National Hunt calendar. It has featured several well-known horses over the years including Dawn Run, Desert Orchid, Best Mate and Kauto Star. Many of these horses capture the imagination of the sporting and betting public.

The Cheltenham Festival features several Group 1 races and they take place over the four days of the meeting, starting with the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle on Day One of the meeting. Day One also features the Arkle Chase, the Champion Hurdle and the Mares’ Hurdle.

The Champion Hurdle is generally an exciting race which is a battle over two miles, with betting customers able to bet on the potential winner of this race along with other side bets such as forecast, tricast and also tote pool bets where you can potentially land bigger winnings.

The Queen Mother Champion Chase features some of the best two-mile chasers in the business, while the Stayers’ Hurdle is a three-mile contest that takes place on Day Three of the meeting. On Day Four is the Gold Cup and there is always lots of information and data relating to each race.

Watch every Cheltenham Festival race live

The great thing about the majority of online bookmakers is that they have agreed the rights to show live horse racing for every meeting in the UK and Ireland. This obviously includes the Cheltenham Festival and that covers every race from start to finish.

Backing winners at the Cheltenham Festival is an enormous thrill, with lots of betting tips available with bookmaker websites and there is often Best Odds Guaranteed which means you can take a price and know you will get SP if the odds are bigger.

When you watch a race online at Cheltenham, you can enjoy watching the horses you have backed and you will find that your bets will be settled shortly after the races have been run.

The Cheltenham Festival is a four-day National Hunt meeting which takes place in the middle of March every year. Originally a three-day meeting, it has now been extended to four days and features famous races such as the Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Champion Chase and Gold Cup.

The Cheltenham Gold Cup always takes place on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival and is the most popular betting race of the meeting. It features some of the best steeplechasing horses in the world and the Cheltenham track offers a stiff challenge which includes a stiff uphill finish.

Betting on the Cheltenham Festival is immensely popular, especially in the UK and Ireland where the majority of horses, trainers, owners and jockeys are based. There is always a traditional rivalry between the UK and Ireland, with horses from both countries battling it out on the track every day.

Why is the Cheltenham Festival so popular?

The Gold Cup is second only to the Aintree Grand National in terms of popularity on the National Hunt calendar. It has featured several well-known horses over the years including Dawn Run, Desert Orchid, Best Mate and Kauto Star. Many of these horses capture the imagination of the sporting and betting public.

The Cheltenham Festival features several Group 1 races and they take place over the four days of the meeting, starting with the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle on Day One of the meeting. Day One also features the Arkle Chase, the Champion Hurdle and the Mares’ Hurdle.

The Champion Hurdle is generally an exciting race which is a battle over two miles, with betting customers able to bet on the potential winner of this race along with other side bets such as forecast, tricast and also tote pool bets where you can potentially land bigger winnings.

The Queen Mother Champion Chase features some of the best two-mile chasers in the business, while the Stayers’ Hurdle is a three-mile contest that takes place on Day Three of the meeting. On Day Four is the Gold Cup and there is always lots of information and data relating to each race.

Watch every Cheltenham Festival race live

The great thing about the majority of online bookmakers is that they have agreed the rights to show live horse racing for every meeting in the UK and Ireland. This obviously includes the Cheltenham Festival and that covers every race from start to finish.

Backing winners at the Cheltenham Festival is an enormous thrill, with lots of betting tips available with bookmaker websites and there is often Best Odds Guaranteed which means you can take a price and know you will get SP if the odds are bigger.

When you watch a race online at Cheltenham, you can enjoy watching the horses you have backed and you will find that your bets will be settled shortly after the races have been run.