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Cheltenham festival preview with betting tips included


Since 1860, when the first race was held there, Cheltenham Racecourse is the host of one of the most exciting horse racing races. Cheltenham Festival is the 4-day event and it is the most betted horsing race. During the 4-day contest, 24 races will be held, 6 each day. If you want to watch this spectacle live, you can do it. Tickets cost are 40 GBP for first three days, and 60 GBP for day 4. The interesting thing for me is the fact that even if it is almost the most known horsing race in the world, there are not many international jockeys in the contest. Most of the racers are from the United Kingdom. When we speak about the prizes, they are huge.

Cheltenham festival has 2nd biggest prize money, 1st one is Grand National. Although it is a very popular festival, it has bad sides as well. Horses are pushed to the limits, and that is causing lots of injuries to horses and jockeys. This year, the festival is going to take place from 13th to 16th March. This is one of the most exciting events of the year, but, if it is not exciting enough for you we have the way to increase excitement for you. Simply bet at this event and become part of the most betted horse event. If you don’t have an idea who will win we have few betting tips for you. Also, bookies can find the Best odds for Cheltenham online, like Bet £10 get £30 by William Hill or claim £30 free bet by Dafabet etc. There are many such exciting offers available here. Here is some more in-depth analysis:

Day 1 – Champions day: There are major favorites to win 2 first races of the festival. Getabird with the odds of 2/1 for the first race, and the Footpad with the 11/8 in the second race. Both horses should win their races without many problems, but my favorite is Getabird. Odd is slightly better, and novice race is usually more easy for prediction because the competition is not as strong as senior races.

Day 2 – Also known as the Ladies Day will bring us major fun. Race 2 of the second day is so unpredictable that is would be similar to Bingo if you try to guess the winner. My advice is to avoid that race and for example, bet on the race number four. Altior is a great pick with the generous odds of 3/2 although he is the great favorite to claim the victory.

Day 3 – The Last Samuri, which is in great shape lately is given a chance of 16/1 by the bookmakers. But he is so good that I will not miss this chance so day 3 pick of the day would be The Last Samuri. If you want to bet on something more sure my advice would be Laurina in the race number 5 with the odds of 2/1.

Day 4 – Apples Shakira with the 3/1 odd is the tempting offer. Also, last race of the event is always fun to watch when every jockey is trying to take max from his horse. Hells Kitchen is relatively young, and very quick and brave horse. With the age of 7, he is young enough to be the perfect choice with enough experience on the big stage. Tempting odds of 12/1 is one reason more to try to predict his victory. So if you are still thinking about reasons for visiting Cheltenham, we can help you find some. There is no better invitation than a mix of beer, horse races, and music at this amazing place. Enjoy the race!


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