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31 Entries For The Champion Chase 2020

It looks like it's going to be another bumper year at the 2020 Cheltenham Festival. Entries for the first three races - the Queen Mother Champion Chase 2020, the Ryanair Chase and the Gold Cup are already in and there's plenty to look at. The…
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Altior Heads Betting For Arkle Challenge Trophy

Altior became the first winner at the 2016 Cheltenham Festival last season when he scored in the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle for trainer Nicky Henderson in impressive style, beating the ante-post favourite Min by seven lengths. The son of High…
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Cheltenham Champion Hurdle Preview

The Cheltenham Champion Hurdle has proved to be one hell of a rollercoaster ride for antepost investors in this particular market in recent weeks but it does appear now that there is a settled market with some fairly definite participants being…
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Money Back If Your Horse Finishes 2nd

With the 2016 Cheltenham Festival just around the corner, the bookmaker offers are getting a massive make-over in a bid to win your custom. Paddy Power have just announced that they are offering Money Back as a free bet if your horse finishes…
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5 To Follow For the World Hurdle 2016

The World Hurdle is always one of the mostly hotly contested races during the Cheltenham Festival and 2016 is no different. With the recent announcement that Ladbrokes would no longer be sponsoring the race, Ryanair have stepped in and it will…
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Cheltenham Gold Cup NRNB

We may still be a way off this year's Cheltenham Festival but already Betfair have gone Non Runner No Bet on the Gold Cup which means that there is plenty of value to be had for those of you willing to take an early chance. With 32 entries…
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Cue Card Out of Cheltenham Festival

A wind problem has prevented Cue Card from taking his chances at the Cheltenham Festival for the second year running and while he will ready in time for Aintree, he will not be contesting the Ryanair Chase, which he won in 2013, and for which…
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Can Mullins Rule Cheltenham?

It's been 20 years since Irish Champion Trainer, Willie Mullins, first tasted the sweet success of a Cheltenham Festival victory and few at the time could have guessed that he would subsequently go on to become the all-time leading Irish trainer…

Value For Sam In The Gold Cup

If you think that Silviniaco Conti, though race favourite for the Cheltenham Gold Cup 2015, is a little to short on the odds for your liking then how about casting your thoughts to Sam Winner. An equally worthy Gold Cup contender, and also…

Use Historical Data For Your Cheltenham Festival Betting

When it comes to trying to pick out some Cheltenham winners, looking through the history books can often be a useful guide. They can help you to spot trends regarding the profile of horses that win certain races, or maybe certain trainers…