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Cheltenham Festival 2017 - Punters Guide

 By Robmull in Cheltenham

19 January 2017 13:34

The main purpose of this blog is to provide readers with easy access to all of my Cheltenham Festival blogs via one central set of links. In addition, I will document over the next few weeks, what I hope will be some further useful snippets of information on the Festival races, which do not warrant the publication of a dedicated blog.... more

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Cheltenham Festival Ante Post - A Few Thoughts For 2017

 By Randy Rann in Cheltenham

16 January 2017 20:09

Ante-post punting? It is all about timing and you have to dive in if you think you've found a price worth taking.... more

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Sun Bets Stayers Hurdle Key Race Trends - 16 March 2017

 By Robmull in Cheltenham

16 January 2017 09:40

The Sun Bets Stayers’ Hurdle is a Grade 1 Hurdle for runners aged 4 years and older which is run over 2 miles, 7 furlongs and 213 yards at Cheltenham and is one of the highlights of day 3 of the Festival on Thursday, 16 March 2017.... more

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Stan James Champion Hurdle Key Race Trends - 14 March 2017

 By Robmull in Cheltenham

13 January 2017 10:44

The Stan James Champion Hurdle Challenge Trophy is a Grade 1 Hurdle for runners aged 4 years and older, which is run over 2 miles and 87 yards at Cheltenham and is the highlight of day 1 of the Festival on Tuesday, 14 March 2017.... more

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Winning The Cheltenham Gold Cup

 By Micko70 in Cheltenham

4 December 2016 12:12

The Cheltenham Gold Cup is the number race for chasers in the season, it's run at Cheltenham Racecourse on the last day of the Cheltenham Festival in March and is run over 3 miles, 2 & 1/2 furlongs. I have looked at the last 20 runnings of the race and looked at many trends, to try and see what type of horse wins this great race.... more

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The Cheltenham Festival 2017 - Novice Hurdles Preview, Stats And Tips

 By The Market Man in Cheltenham

27 November 2016 01:33

The Supreme Novices Hurdle, the Neptune Investment Management Novices Hurdle ( registered as the Baring Bingham Novices Hurdle), the Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle ( registered as the Spa Novices Hurdle ). The three major Grade 1 events at the Cheltenham Festival for novice hurdlers and the focus of this blog : previewing those races, looking at the course trials held during the season and identifying potential antepost bets .... more

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Weekend's Cheltenham's Trials & Hendo's Tribulations Leave Plenty To Ponder For The Season Ahead.

 By Randy Rann in Cheltenham

16 November 2016 23:19

Fascinating card on the Cotswolds leaves plenty to digest for the months to come The National Hunt Season stepped up another notch for me this weekend just gone, and anyone who knows me knows the Cheltenham Festival in March is very much in my thoughts from November onwards. Trying to winkle out gems is my aim and it is always worth having a close look at goings on at the Open Meeting.... more

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Cheltenham Day 3

 By beepee1984 in Cheltenham

16 March 2016 21:54

Day Two was profitable at +7. 75 which leaves me still at -1. 49Pt, but it was day 3 and 4 that proved so successful last year. I now have a 7Pt Free Bet at Paddy Power and still the 3. 5Pt Free Bet at Coral. 1.... more

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Cheltenham Day 2

 By beepee1984 in Cheltenham

16 March 2016 10:49

Day 1 Results " -9. 24Pts, but I have a 5Pt free bet with SkyBet and a free 3. 5Pt free bet with Coral (Not available to use yet) " I was expecting a 2 pt free bet from Betway, but I did not read the T&Cs (Novice error) 1. 30 " Neptune Novice Hurdle Only once in the past 10 years has this race been won by a horse a double figure odds.... more

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Cheltenham Gold Cup Runners, With Course Knowledge To Boot.

 By meoldmate in Cheltenham

15 March 2016 19:24

The Gold Cup is only a number of days away and we have an open look about this exciting race. It is a shame we do have last years winner lining up Coneygree, who is out injured, it would been great to see this one appearing to see if he could hold onto his crown for a second year.... more

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