Cheltenham tips

Cheltenham Day Four Betting Tips: Can Al Boum Photo claim Gold Cup glory again?

| 13.03.2020

Odds, tips and preview for the fourth day’s racing We’ve arrived at the fourth and final day of action at the 2020 Cheltenham Festival, and this is the big one – Gold Cup Day. We’ve already seen some fantastic action, but there are just seven races left to enjoy from this year’s Festival. Gold Cup Day gets underway at 13:30 with the Grade 1 Triumph Hurdle, followed by the County Hurdle at 14... more...

Cheltenham Day Three Betting Tips: Can Paisley Park do it again?

| 12.03.2020

Odds, tips and preview for the third day’s racing Can you believe it’s Day Three of the Cheltenham Festival already? We’ve already seen thrills, spills, breakout stars and stunning runs from fancied favourites – and St Patrick’s Day promises more of the same. The St Patrick’s day action gets off to a flier with the Marsh Novices’ Chase at 13:30, followed by the Pertemps Handicap Hurdle at 14:10 an... more...

2020 Coral Cup: All you need to know

| 11.03.2020

Odds, tips and preview for the Coral Cup After a thrilling first day of action from the 2020 Cheltenham Festival, it’s time for Day Two of the festival where Ladies Day takes centre stage. After International Women’s Day on Sunday, jockey Rachael Blackmore continued the increased trend of female winners at the Festival, notching her third winner in the Mares’ Hurdle. She’ll be on board Eglantine D... more...

Cheltenham Day Two Betting Tips: Who will step up in Altior’s absence in the Champion Chase?

| 11.03.2020

Odds, tips and preview for the second day’s racing It’s Day Two of the greatest jump show on turf. We’re back with a further seven races, including the Queen Mother Champion Chase, where Altior won’t be running for his hat-trick. The Nicky Henderson-trained 10-year-old has been declared a non-runner after the favourite was found to be lame over the weekend, meaning his chance of winning three Cham... more...

Cheltenham Day One Betting Tips: Will Nicky Henderson’s outsider land him a record Champion Hurdle win?

| 09.03.2020

Odds, tips and preview for the first day’s racing It’s finally here. Four days. 28 races. Strap yourself in and get comfortable. It’s the 2020 Cheltenham Festival. The biggest event in the racing calendar has returned to Cheltenham and we’re set for an opening day treat, with seven thrilling races set to get the festival off to a flier. The action kicks off at 13:30 with the Supreme Novices’... more...

Altior favourite for Champion Chase hat-trick at Cheltenham

| 05.03.2020

Defi Du Seuil is second in the Queen Mother Champion Chase betting Altior leads the way in our odds for the Queen Mother Champion Chase at the Cheltenham Festival, as he seeks a third consecutive win in the Day Two showpiece. Nicky Henderson’s star is 15/8 favourite, having prepared with a win at Newbury last month. Defi Du Seuil is just behind at 2/1, with Chacun Pour Soi a 9/4 shot. Every other ... more...

2020 Cheltenham Festival Guide

| 04.03.2020

All the info you need ahead of the 2020 Cheltenham Festival Four days of thrilling racing action, it’s the pinnacle of the National Hunt season. Cheltenham Festival is here again, featuring the very best horses, trained by the very best trainers, ridden by the very best jockeys competing for more than £4m in prize money. Although all races from the Prestbury Park racecourse are open to entrants fr... more...

Cheltenham Festival set for Soft Going on Day One

| 25.02.2020

Trainers will be relieved after the recent weather It looks like this year’s Cheltenham Festival will open with Soft Going on Day One, according to our latest odds. The highlight of the jumps calendar gets underway on Tuesday 10th March. With not long to go, there’s been some worry about the condition of the ground in the aftermath of Storm Dennis. However, our odds suggest Soft Going is on the ca... more...

Cheltenham Festival 2019: The top five moments from the Festival

| 18.03.2019

What were the best Festival races in 2019? From Frodon’s fabulous win in the Ryanair, to Paisley Park’s emotional success in the Stayers’ Hurdle and a first Gold Cup for Willie Mullins, it was a Cheltenham Festival to remember. Here we look back on an incredible four days at Prestbury Park, pick out our top five moments from the Festival in 2019 and look ahead to the future. Mullins wins his first... more...