Cheltenham betting – odds, tips & free bets for the Cheltenham 2013
The best free bet offers for the 2011 Cheltenham Festival are below. We have previews for each Cheltenham race on day one, as well as all the latest odds and free bets.
Cheltenham day 4 betting tips:
1:30: Triumph Hurdle –Sam Winner – – 6/1 Totesport – £10 free bet
2:05: County Hurdle –Alaivan– e/w 9/1 Will Hill – £25 free bet
2.40: Albert Bartlett Hurdle – Court in Motion e/w – 10/1 Will Hill – £25 free bet
3:20: Gold Cup – Denamn – 15/2 Bet 365 – £200 in free bets
Victor Chandler – Have one of the best free bets for Cheltenham. Simply bet £25 on any Cheltenham race and William Hill will give you a free bet to the same amount. William Hill have great odds on all Cheltenham races, and are a name you can trust.
Cheltenham Festival odds
The latest Cheltenham Festival odds are now available for each and every race.
Cheltenham Festival free bets
Click here for a full range of Cheltenham free bets from the UK’s biggest and best online bookmakers
Bet 365 – The biggest free bet offer during Cheltenham is from Bet 365 who are offering £200 in free bets. The free bets are awarded after your first, fourth and twentieth bets. This is a great offer for those who are planning to bet on lots of Cheltenham races.
The most anticipated and eagerly-awaited meeting in the National Hunt racing calendar takes place from Tuesday 15th to the 18th March – The Cheltenham Festival 2011! Since it began in 1902, the festival has brought together the very best horses in jump racing and with hundred of millions of pounds expected to be gambled across the four days, the hype is just beginning as we look another Cheltenham betting bonanza at the 2011 Festival.
Victor Chandler – One of the biggest names in online betting (you’ve probably seen the TV advert with Paddy Mcguiness) is offering a free £25 matched bet during Cheltenham.
Latest Cheltenham news
With the Cheltenham Festival now only around 1 month away, we will be adding daily features about how to maximise your winnings at the 2011 Cheltenham Festival. First up we take a look at Cheltenham Handicap winning trends. We also take a look at the jockeys to follow and starting prices of previous Cheltenham winners. Get previews of all the Cheltenham Festival top trainers here. Looking ahead to the Cheltenham Gold Cup, are Kauto Star and Denman past their best? Will the race be contested between Long run and Imperial Commander?
So what can we expect to see? Well, twenty-six races will commence over the four action packed days and spectators will be aplenty once more with a near on 50,000 expected to pack the grandstand of the Gloucestershire racecourse. Of all the Cheltenham races, the feature race will now be the fourth race on the card each day leading up to the Gold Cup highlight on the final day of the meeting. The battle in the betting ring between punters and bookies promises to add to the electric Cheltenham atmosphere, most notably referred to as the ‘Cheltenham Roar’. But it’s not all just about the racing, it’s a chance to mingle with the rich and famous, examine the elegant finery on display and of course sipping a glass or two of your favourite wine. Looking ahead to the World Hurdle, can anyone stop short price favourite Big Bucks from winning? Is the Queen Mother chase just between Master Minded and Big Zeb?
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