Cheltenham Festival 2017 Races - Betting Odds Comparison

RaceFavorite HorseOdds
14/03/2017 13:30:00Supreme Novices HurdleSenewalk10/1All Odds
14/03/2017 14:10:00Arkle TrophyYorkhill3/1All Odds
14/03/2017 15:30:00Champion HurdleFaugheen2/1All Odds
14/03/2017 16:50:00National Hunt ChaseMartello Tower16/1All Odds
15/03/2017 13:30:00Neptune Novices HurdleBallyandy14/1All Odds
15/03/2017 14:10:00RSA ChaseThistlecrack3/1All Odds
15/03/2017 15:30:00Queen Mother Champion ChaseDouvan1/1All Odds
15/03/2017 16:10:00Mares HurdleAnnie Power2/1All Odds
16/03/2017 14:50:00Ryanair ChaseVautour2/1All Odds
16/03/2017 15:30:00World HurdleThistlecrack3/1All Odds
16/03/2017 16:50:00Mares Novice HurdleLet's Dance3/1All Odds
17/03/2017 13:30:00JLT Novices ChaseYorkhill6/1All Odds
17/03/2017 14:50:00Albert Bartlett Novices HurdleBacardys14/1All Odds
17/03/2017 15:30:00Cheltenham Gold CupDon Cossack6/1All Odds
17/03/2017 16:10:00Cross Country ChaseJosies Orders7/2All Odds
17/03/2017 16:10:00Foxhunters ChaseOn The Fringe6/1All Odds

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Cheltenham Festival 2016 Winners

Tuesday March 15th - Day One Winners
13:30Supreme Novices HurdleWon By Altior 4/12. Min3. Buveur D’Air
14:10Arkle TrophyWon By Douvan 3/102. Sizing John3. Fox Norton
14:50Ultima Handicap ChaseWon By Un Temps Pour Tout 14/12. Holywell3. The Young Master
15:30Champion HurdleWon By Annie Power 11/42. My Tent Or Yours3. Nichols Canyon
16:10Mares HurdleWon By Vroum Vroum Mag 5/62. Rock On The Moor3. Legacy Gold
16:50National Hunt ChaseWon By Minella Rocco 8/12. Native River3. Measureofmydreams
17:30Novices' Handicap ChaseWon By Ballyalton 12/12. Bouvreuil3. Double Shuffle

Wednesday March 16th - Day Two Winners
13:30Investment Novices’ HurdleWon By Yorkhill 3/12. Yanworth3. It’sAfreebee
14:10RSA ChaseWon By Blaklion 11/12. Shaneshill3. More Of That
14:50Coral CupWon By Diamond King 10/12. Long House Hall3. Ubak
15:30Queen Mother Champion ChaseWon By Sprinter Sacre 11/22. Un De Sceaux3. Special Tiara
16:10Cross Country ChaseWon By Any Currency 11/12. Josies Orders3. Bless The Wings
16:50Fred Winter Juvenile HurdleWon By Diego Du Charmil 7/12. Romain De Senam3. Coo Star Sivola
17:30Champion BumperWon By Ballyandy 11/22. Battleford3. Bacardys

Thursday March 17th - Day Three Winners
13:30JLT Novices ChaseWon By Black Hercules 5/12. Bristol De Mai3. L'ami Serge
14:10Pertemps FinalWon By Mall Dini 20/12. Arpege D’alene3. If In Doubt
14:50Ryanair ChaseWon By Vautour 10/112. Valseur Lido3. Road To Riches
15:30World HurdleWon By Thistlecrack 5/42. Alpha Des Obeaux3. Bobs Worth
16:10Brown Advisory PlateWon By Empire Of Dirt 16/12. Tango De Juilley3. King's Palace
16:50Mares Novice HurdleWon By Limini 8/112. Dusky Legend3. Bloody Mary
17:30Kim Muir Challenge CupWon By Cause Of Causes 9/22. Good Skin3. Silvergrove

Friday March 18th - Day Four Race Cards
13:30Triumph HurdleWon By Ivanovich Gorbatov 9/22. Apple’s Jade3. Footpad
14:10County HurdleWon By Superb Story 8/12. Fethard Player3. Sternrubin
14:50Albert Bartlett Novices' HurdleWon By Unowhatimeanharry 11/12. Fagan3. Champers On Ice
15:30Gold CupWon By Don Cossack 9/42. Djakadam3. Don Poli
16:10Foxhunter ChaseWon By On The Fringe 13/82. Marito3. Paint The Clouds
16:50Conditional Jockeys' HurdleWon By Ibis Du Rheu 14/12. Flying Angel3. Sky Khan
17:30Grand Annual ChaseWon By Solar Impulse 28/12. Dandridge3. Rock The World

Ladbrokes World Hurdle Betting Odds and Tips

Ladbrokes World Hurdle

The World Hurdle follows the Ryanair Chase on a third day packed with quality races. This is the feature race on St Patrick’s Thursday and with the Guinness flowing faster than Frankel down the home straight, we’re in for an exciting day of action. Thistlecrack is the favourite for this one, priced at best odds of 11/10 with a range of bookies and the eight year old, who won at this course in January, looks hard to oppose. Many of his rivals carry entries for other Cheltenham races, notably the Champion Hurdle, but no matter how the final card looks, we can be sure of a hugely competitive contest, with the likes of Alpha Des Obeaux, Saphir Du Rheu and the delightfully named Vroum Vroum Mag, sure to be in the mix.

  • March 17, 3:30PM - World Hurdle - Cheltenham, UK

  • Won by Thistlecrack: 5/4

    Cheltenham Gold Cup Betting Odds and Tips

    Cheltenham Gold Cup

    Perhaps the biggest race in the world – try arguing otherwise with a Cheltenham regular – the Cheltenham Gold Cup is the Championship race on the final day of the Festival and, as ever, promises to be a thrilling contest. Last year’s surprise winner Coneygree won’t defend due to injury and now a new generation of horses has the chance to stake their claims for greatness. Don Cossack and Vautour are vying for favouritism, both priced at 9/2 with a range of bookmakers, whilst Djakadam is now far behind at 11/2, despite falling in the Trial Chase at Cheltenham at the end of January. That race was eventually won by Smad Place, who is priced at 12/1 here, and calling the Gold Cup looks harder than ever this year.

  • March 18, 3:30PM - Gold Cup - Cheltenham, UK

  • Favorite: Don Cossack: 11/4 at Bet365

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    Cheltenham Festival Betting Preview and Live Betting Odds

    The Cheltenham Festival is quite simply the biggest and best horse racing festival in the National Hunt calendar. Every March the four day event attracts the best trainers, jockeys and – of course – horses to compete over various distances in some of the most highly regarded races in the sport. With so many top races (more Grade 1s than you could shake a stick at!) the opportunities for betting are plentiful and – luckily for you – we have all the best live betting odds right here so you can be sure of getting the best value on your ante post bets & The best promotions - Non-Runner No Bet (NRNB).

    In 2015 the Cheltenham Festival is running from Tuesday 10th March to Friday 13th March, with each day having its own style and first class racing action. Day One is Champion Day, kicking things off with the not-to-be-missed Supreme Novices’ Hurdle, the start of which is always greeted by the famed Cheltenham Roar as the massive crowd releases their excitement as one. The feature race of the day is the Champion Hurdle which has been won by Hurricane Fly in two of the last three years. Many wouldn’t bet against him making it three wins in four, but he faces stiff competition. .

    Day Two is Ladies Day which brings forth a very enticing batch of four Grade 1 races including the RSA Chase and the Queen Mother Champion Chase. Sprinter Sacre won the latter in some style at last year’s festival, and despite pulling up in his last run he is priced as the odds-on favourite in the ante post betting to retain his crown and could well be the shortest priced favourite of the entire Cheltenham Festival. .

    On to Day Three and punters will hope they have the luck of the Irish on St Patrick’s Thursday as the Grade 1 races comes thick and fast in the form of the JLT Novices’ Chase, the Ryanair Chase and – the feature race of the day – the World Hurdle. Big Buck’s won the race for four years in a row from 2009 to 2012 but hasn’t raced since December 2012. He could be back to try for a fifth World Hurdle this year and will no doubt attract a lot of betting interest if he does. .

    The final day of the Cheltenham Festival is all about one race, the Cheltenham Gold Cup. The climax of the Festival, the Gold Cup is a race that makes or breaks dreams for some of the greatest race horses, jockeys and trainers year after year. It has been won by true legends of the sport – including Golden Miller (who won it five times in the 1930s), Arkle, L’Escargot, Desert Orchid, Best Mate and Kauto Star. Bobs Worth triumphed last year and he’s the ante post favourite in the betting odds at the time of writing, though there are plenty of others in with a decent shout of success including Silviniaco Conti, Cue Card and Al Ferof.

    Whichever horses take your fancy, be sure to check out the best live betting comparison right here to make sure you get the best possible odds for your horse racing betting. Good luck!