Get ready for the 2020 Cheltenham Festival with our previews and in-depth guide to the greatest show on turf. On this page you will find the latest ante-post bets for Cheltenham, previews of the bug races, latest odds and much more.
Get the build-up to the fourth day of the Festival and ante-post tips for the following races:
The last day of the 2020 Cheltenham Festival includes the Gold Cup on Friday 13th March 2020.
As we get ever closer to the Festival our tips will start to appear here for the following races on Tuesday 10th March 2020.
Get all all our Cheltenham Festival 2020 day 2 tips here as we approach Wednesday 11th March.
As we get ever nearer to the start of the Cheltenham Festival.2020, you will see our betting tips start to pile up on this page. Each section will cover a different day with the highlighted Championship race of the day featured. Our team of Cheltenham pundits will guide you through the Festival including where to place your bets, the best bookies offers and any free bets that are available to spend on the 2020 Cheltenham Festival betting tips provided. The Novice Chases are always exciting races to bet on at Prestbury Park and we’ll have you covered with our betting tips as some of the best novices in the UK and Ireland to go post in the week’s chases and hurdle races. William Mullins often does well in these races but it’s the Champion Bumper where is specialises – he also has the hot favourite for the race this year.
Whether it is the first race of the first day – the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle, of the Cheltenham Gold Cup on Friday 13th March 2020, our tipsters will have a best bet for that race and outline the reasons why he is selecting it.
What we love about Cheltenham, is the number of markets out there to back. It’s often a good time to start your Cheltenham betting as the odds are generally longer due to less form being taken into account.
Right now a good market to back is the To Win Any Race At Cheltenham market which you can back with William Hill. With it being unsure as to what races horses will run, it gives you the chance to have a punt with less chance of you having to rely on a No Runner No Bet market.
You can bet on almost every race already, however. Naturally, Cheltenham Gold Cup odds are the most popular to bet on alongside the likes of the RSA Chase, the Stayers’ Hurdle and the Queen Mother Champion Chase.
With bookmakers offering non-runner no bet already, you can bet on Cheltenham Festival ante-post tips risk-free, just make sure you use a bookmaker such as bet365, who are already non-runner no bet on Cheltenham 2020.
The first race on each of the four days is due off at 1.30pm and it is always the race where the bookies give out their best offers for the day. It is always an important race for punters because if you win on the first race, it sets you up nicely for betting on the rest of the Cheltenham card.
The Supreme Novices Hurdle opens up day 1 and it is a wide-open renewal this year, as we get closer to the Festival you will be able to see an in-depth preview of the Supreme Novices Hurdle, due off at 1.30pm the first race of the 2020 Cheltenham Festival.
You can also be sure that the Cheltenham Festival will be a fantastic week of racing, but what makes it even better is if you can bet on some winners. With our 2020 Cheltenham predictions, we will help you every step of the way and hopefully find you some well-reasoned tips by predicting what will happen in each race.
There are plenty of stats available for the Cheltenham races because there are a number of strong form-lines across the horses running. The likes of Presenting Percy, Altior, Delta Work and Paisley Park all have Cheltenham Festival form and that helps when picking predictions.
Our Cheltenham races predictions will all be well researched and as the Festival start gets closer, you can see all of our tips – kicking off with the day 1 tips including the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle at 1.30pm.
The big race takes place on Friday of the Festival and our in-depth Cheltenham Gold Cup predictions will pick out a win and each-way bet for the gruelling test around the undulating course at Prestbury Park. Will Delta Work win the Gold Cup or can Kemboy reverse the form from the Irish Gold Cup?
Native River is set to take his chance again after winning the race two years ago but he’ll be a bigger starting price this time around – is he a good each-way prediction for the 2020 Gold Cup?
We’ll be bringing you all the very best Cheltenham free bets as soon as they arrive.
You’ll find them all below and on our free bets page. Most will arrive with us much closer to March so make sure you keep your eyes on our social media where we will let you know once they’re live.
At Thatsagoal we only work with the best and most respected bookies meaning you’ll also only get the best value deals from us.
Within our Cheltenham Festival previews, we will also include our favourite free bets, so you know exactly how to make the most of our tips.