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It’s the final day of Cheltenham and it promises to be the best yet. The Gold Cup at 3:30 is the highlight of the week, and today we have probably the best betting offers of the entire festival.
Make sure you use as many of these offers as possible so you can end the week on a high and maximise your winnings!
These races will take place on Friday 13th March. For more Cheltenham free bets and other offers spanning the entire festival, you might also want to check out our Cheltenham betting offers page.
Every year the biggest online bookies roll out their best offers on the final day of Cheltenham. These will usually include some very tasty enhanced odds, money back if you lose, and extra places when you bet each way. There’s plenty to look forward to.
These are serious deals that could make a massive difference to your betting account balance, so make sure you don’t miss out. We update this page regularly to make sure it contains all the latest promotions, so check back regularly and you won’t miss a thing.
The quality of races on Day 4 is always extremely good, as the Festival ends on a high. Of course, the highlight of the day is the Cheltenham Gold Cup, but there are other big races as well which you’ll want to pay attention to.
We start the day with this Grade 1, 2m 1f Hurdle for juveniles. Being a novice hurdle, the Triumph can sometimes be quite unpredictable.
There’s not a great deal of form to study, which means that the market movements can often be a good indicator. If you see a horse being heavily backed on the exchanges, it can often be a clue that someone has some inside knowledge, and in this type of race that is worth following.
This 2m 7f Grade 1 Hurdle is open to horses of 4 years and older. Prize money of £125,000 ensures that a high class field will always turn out to contest the race. It’s notable that a few long shots have triumphed in the Albert Bartlett in recent years, meaning punters would be well advised to consider the prospects of the entire race card and not just concentrate on the market leaders.
This is the big one! Probably the most prestigious steeplechase on the jumps calendar, the Gold Cup is a 3m 2f Grade 1 race over 22 fences, where the best of the best compete for prize money of £625,000.
This is clearly the feature race of the entire festival, and it’s one where the bookies expect to take the most bets. Favourites have had mixed fortunes over the year though, so in this race you’re best sticking with your own form study and not letting the market guide you too much.
1.30 – JCB Triumph Hurdle
2.10 – Randox Health County Handicap Hurdle
2.50 – Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle
3.30 – Magners Cheltenham Gold Cup Chase
4.10 – St. James’s Place Foxhunter Chase Challenge Cup
4.50 – Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Handicap Chase
5.30 – Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle
Today we’re looking again at Andrew, Tom and Dave from The Finishing Line to get their thoughts, tips and predictions on today’s race.
Will they be able to pick the Gold Cup winner this year? There’s a decent chance, so listen in…