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Cheltenham Festival is widely renowned as the greatest show on turf and it’s easy to see why. It is one of the most eagerly awaited events in the horse racing calendar and a highlight of the jump racing season. Each year, thousands of racing enthusiasts descend upon Cheltenham Racecourse, with many more watching from afar, all hoping to witness a truly memorable four days of action-packed racing.
At the heart of the Festival are 28 races that showcase the very best Jumps horses from both sides of the Irish Sea. As such, it is no surprise that this event attracts some incredibly competitive betting markets, with punters keen to find their Cheltenham Festival winners across all four days. Here at Bad Man Betting, we have combed through every race card and come up with our Cheltenham tips for each race.
When placing a tip on the Cheltenham Festival, there are a few things you should consider:
Look at the horse’s recent performance in races leading up to the festival. A horse that has consistently performed well in the past is more likely to perform well at the festival.
Consider the jockey and trainer of the horse. A horse with a successful jockey and trainer is more likely to perform well.
The weight of the horse can impact its performance. A horse carrying a heavy weight may struggle compared to a horse carrying a light weight.
Look at the horse’s experience. A horse that has previously run in the Cheltenham Festival is more likely to perform well than a horse that has never run in the festival before.
Check the weather forecast and the condition of the ground as it can play a big role on the outcome of the race.
It’s also a good idea to do your own research and read our expert analysis to get a better understanding of the horses and their chances at the festival.
Tote betting is the easiest and most popular way to bet on Cheltenham races. It involves pooling the money from all bets and sharing it among winning tickets. This means that customers don’t have to calculate odds or analyse form, making it a great option for beginners and experienced gamblers
A common type of bet where bettors make multiple selections that all must pan to be successful. Accumulators multiply the individual odds of each selection together which means that a small stake could result in a large return.
A variation on a traditional accumulator where the bet is made on a horse’s placement (usually 1-3) rather than winning the race. Although returns may be smaller than a normal accumulator, a place accumulator provides a better possibility of a return.
Lucky 15 bets involve making 15 bets across 4 selections (4 singles, 6 doubles, 4 trebles and 1 four-fold) which is combined into a single wager. As singles are included, one win can result in payout although it should be noted that the single payout may not cover the original stake.
The Cheltenham Festival is one of the most exciting and popular horse racing events of the year, and many online bookmakers offer free bets and other promotions. These free bets can take many forms, such as matched deposit bonuses, free bets, or money-back specials. Be sure to check out our Cheltenham Free Bets page for all the latest free bets and offers.
The festival is located at Cheltenham Racecourse, Evesham Road, Cheltenham, Gloucester GL50 4SH.
Tickets for the festival can be purchased by visiting here.
There are Stagecoach public buses running during the festival, it is recommended that you check the schedule. The buses can be caught from the station and town centre and cost £6.00 return.
If electing to drive to the Festival, key in GL50 4SH into your satnav. AA signs will mark all major approach routes to the racecourse. You should also book your car parking at Cheltenham prior to
Cheltenham can be accessed by rail, with the closest station being Cheltenham Spa. From the station you can take a bus or taxi to get to the racecourse.,
Cheltenham Racecourse has various aids and adaptations available including hearing loops, electric scooters and manual wheelchairs, accessible viewing areas and lifts. Cheltenham requests that visitors make contact in respect of any necessary special arrangement in advance of a raceday.
Our Cheltenham Festival 2023 Tips will be regularly updated right up to the day of each race. We’ll be paying close attention and providing insights into all the key trials in preparation for this highly anticipated event, with detailed analysis and commentary on every major Cheltenham race.
As the excitement builds for the Gold Cup 2023, we will be providing you with the best stats and tips to ensure that you have everything you need to make your bets on the event.
Typically our tips are posted on the site before the races begin, but please check with your bookmaker if it is possible to place bets on the action while it is happening live.
Refund policies for Cheltenham bets can vary depending on the specific case though so please check with your bookmaker before placing any bets.