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Because of this we have decided to analyze some of the matches that were similar to the years before, the horses and jockeys that were competing the previous years and in the races before this. Together with the odds we have managed to build a system that, hopefully, will help you guess the odds and the correct winners of the races that are going on in the next few days on the program in Cheltenham, England.
Race fans can look forward to four pulsating days of action in March and the bookmakers will be preparing for the biggest betting week on the racing calendar. Our expert tipsters have been working overtime to make sure that it is another profitable renewal of the meeting and there is certainly plenty for punters to sink their teeth into.
There are nice races that can be watches on multiple channels and televisions, especially in India and other former England colonies, so that you can watch the complete broadcast that you have just bet on.
Let’s start with Tuesday the opening day of the ceremony and go on through the next days of the festival.
Tuesday 15th March: The opening day of the Festival is considered by many to be the season’s most captivating race day. The action kicks off with the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle and the Champion Hurdle, Arkle Trophy and Mares’ Hurdle complete the set of Grade Ones on Champions Day.
Wednesday 16th March – The sport’s leading two milers will battle it out for victory in the Queen Mother Champion Chase on another spellbinding day of racing. With the Neptune Novices’ Hurdle, RSA Chase and Champion Bumper also in the mix, there are Grade Ones everywhere you look and the action comes thick and fast.
Thursday 17th March – The World Hurdle is the feature race on Thursday’s card and a whole host of top class stayers will be looking to join the race’s illustrious roll of honour. The JLT Novices’ Chase, Ryanair Chase and Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle will also light up Prestbury Park and punters will be hoping they are ahead of the bookmakers.
Friday 18th March – Friday plays host to the sport’s most prestigious contest and we look set to be treated to a vintage renewal of the Cheltenham Gold Cup. The likes of Denman, Kauto Star and Coneygree have won the race in recent years and a whole host of superstars will battle it out for Grade One glory on the final day of the meeting. The presence of the Triumph Hurdle and Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle on the card only adds to the excitement.