Cheltenham Tips

The famous Cheltenham Festival is the pinnacle of National Hunt racing. Four days in March and twenty-seven races provides spectacular entertainment at Prestbury Park. With so much racing taking part it can be hard to keep up – that’s why you can get up to speed with our exclusive Cheltenham tips. We carefully study the form throughout the season to provide the best Cheltenham tips and previews, helping ensure your time at the races is not only enjoyable but also profitable to boot.

Cheltenham Race Previews

All thoughts and tips for day one!
2015 Supreme Novices Hurdle preview
2015 Arkle preview
2015 Champion Hurdle preview
2015 OLBG Mares Hurdle preview
2015 Neptune Novices’ Hurdle preview
2015 RSA Chase preview
2015 Queen Mother Champion Chase preview
2015 Cross Country Handicap Chase preview
2015 Fred Winter preview
2015 Champion Bumper preview
2015 JLT Novices’ Chase preview
2015 Ryanair Chase preview
2015 World Hurdle preview
2015 Triumph Hurdle preview

Ante post Cheltenham Tips

Arkle – Josses Hill 2pts E/W 10/1
Ladbrokes World Hurdle – Beat That 1pt 12/1 (NRNB)
Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle – Value At Risk 1pt 12/1
Neptune Novices Hurdle – Aliviso Ville 2pts 12/1

Cheltenham Tips

Cheltenham 2015 Tips

The Cheltenham Festival continues to be the most competitive event in the National Hunt racing calendar and 2015 will be no different. Finding winners can be tricky but we hope to provide great previews and analysis that can help you make informed decisions with your 2015 Cheltenham tips.

The 2014 festival proved as tough as always, however we managed to secure good profit with five winners at good odds. Those winners were:

Faugheen 3/1 – Neptune Investment Hurdle
Sire De Grugy 3/1 – Queen Mother Champion Chase (Advised on Twitter)
Taquin Du Seuil 9/1 – JLT Novices Chase
Fingal Bay 7/1 – Pertemps Final Hurdle
More Of That 14/1 – Ladbrokes World Hurdle (Advised on Twitter)

Cheltenham Day 1 Tips

The big race of the opening day at Cheltenham is the Champion Hurdle. Last year’s hero Jezki will be bidding to retain his crown, where he looks set to face stiff competition again from The New One and upcoming star Faugheen. The opening day could be dominated by Willie Mullins, who could well have the favourite in each of the four Grade 1 contests on the card with the likes of Faugheen, Vautour, Annie Power and a number of exciting novices in the Supreme Hurdle. Listen to the famous Cheltenham roar as the racing kicks off.

Cheltenham Day 2 Tips

Day two at Cheltenham sees the Queen Mother Champion Chase as the feature, a race won by recent greats such as Sprinter Sacre, Sizing Europe, Master Minded and Moscow Flyer. Seeing the best two-milers fly over the fences at Cheltenham is one of the best sights of the festival. The other highlights include the Neptune Hurdle, which has thrown up high class horses such as Simonsig, The New One and Faugheen in recent years. Future Cheltenham Gold Cup horses could emerge from the RSA Chase, whilst the Champion Bumper is often a race that throws up superstars of the future.

Cheltenham Day 3 Tips

The big race of day three at Cheltenham is the Ladbrokes World Hurdle. Dominated recently by Big Buck’s, last year saw two new stars of the game battle it out up the famous hill, as More Of That got the better of Annie Power. More Of That looks like he could be set to defend his crown and he could face some exciting prospects from last year’s novice ranks. The other highlights include the best novice and open chasers over 2m4f and a bunch of fiercely competitive handicaps.

Cheltenham Day 4 Tips

Day four is all about the big race of the festival – the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Not only is it the biggest race of the festival, it’s also the most prestigious race of the National Hunt season. This is where true legends are made, with the likes of Long Run, Denman and the legendary Kauto Star amongst the recent winners. The 2015 Gold Cup could be one of the most exciting renewals of recent times. The day kicks off with the Triumph Hurdle which can be a pointer to stars of the future, as can the Albert Bartlett which promises to throw up some impressive stayers that could go on to be Gold Cup hopes in the future.

All Cheltenham tips will be posted here, including ante post selections. Keep an eye out for our previews and selections to make sure you have a winning festival.