Cheltenham Festival Day 4 (Friday 13th March)
Friday plays host to the sport’s most prestigious contest and we look set to be treated to a vintage renewal of the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
The likes of Denman, Kauto Star and Coneygree have won the race in recent years and a whole host of superstars will battle it out for Grade One glory on the final day of the meeting. The presence of the Triumph Hurdle and Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle on the card only adds to the excitement.
CHELTENHAM DAY 4 BETTING TIPS AND PREDICTIONS
|Time||Race||Our Tip||Place Bet|
|17:30||Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle||
|15:30||The Cheltenham Gold Cup||Place Bet|
|14:50||The Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle||Place Bet|
|16:50||The Grand Annual Handicap Chase||Place Bet|
|14:10||The County Hurdle||See Result|
|16:10||The Foxhunter Chase||Place Bet|
|13:30||The JCB Triumph Hurdle||See Result|
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2020 CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL TIPS
Race fans can look forward to four pulsating days of action at the Cheltenham Festival 2020 in March and bookmakers are already preparing for the biggest betting week in the racing calendar. Our expert tipsters have been working overtime to ensure that your experience of the thrills and spills of all the Cheltenham races will be a good one and that you are laughing all the way to the bank.
Cheltenham Festival Tips 2020 – the Greatest Show On Turf
This is a fan-based guide to the 2020 Cheltenham Festival and an indispensable aid to finding the winners of some of the most prestigious and competitive horse races run anywhere in the world.
The 28 races that make up the Cheltenham Festival 2020 are the most hotly contested of the entire racing calendar, with around 500 horses competing for over £6.12 million of win and place prize money which compete only with the Grand National in terms of prestige in the jump racing calendar.
Whatever the weather, spring arrives in Gloucestershire on the first Tuesday of the Festival. Helicopters clatter in over Cleeve Hill, the first of 200,000 pints of Guinness are sunk and spectators roar off the start of the first race at the Cheltenham Festival 2020. That now traditional roar is an outpouring of a range of emotions from the relief of the racing community that Cheltenham has finally come round again, to the exhilaration of the crowd at the thought of what lies ahead – four days of high drama, effort, and excess that will test both wallets and livers.
The week of Cheltenham races climaxes with the Gold Cup on Friday, while other highlights include Tuesday’s Champion Hurdle, Wednesday’s Queen Mother Champion Chase and the Stayers’ Hurdle on Thursday.
The clash between the top English and Irish horses is what makes Cheltenham Festival 2020 for many and the biggest cheers are almost always reserved for the Irish-trained winners, many of whom are well-backed. Certainly, the Festival would certainly not be the same without the Irish punters, who revel in taking on the Cheltenham free bet bookmakers in their great annual pilgrimage to the Gloucestershire countryside.
All spectators will be able to recall their favorite Festival race. Perhaps the older ones were there for the epic Gold Cup contests in the 1960s between the incomparable Arkle and brave Mill House; others will have marveled at Dawn Run – the only racehorse to have completed the Champion Hurdle – Gold Cup double (in 1984 and 1986 respectively). Many will look back with fondness to the popular grey Desert Orchid’s Gold Cup triumph in 1989 or, more recently, Best Mate’s third Gold Cup in 2004 and Moscow Flyer’s second Queen Mother Champion Chase in 2005, whilst Kauto Star’s triumphant second Cheltenham Gold Cup in 2009 will also rank highly for many.
Our site contains everything you need to know about these four magical days in March when the whole racing community converges on Prestbury Park for the Olympics of National Hunt racing.
Cheltenham Festival 2020 Previews
Read our Cheltenham Festival betting previews, with an in-depth analysis of each contest – providing invaluable guidance on finding the Cheltenham Festival winners. Best of all, our Cheltenham Festival tips are completely free.
Cheltenham Festival 2020 Reviews
We review all the Cheltenham races at the Cheltenham Festival for the last few years. Each race page on the site records how the races unfolded and our take on the performances of note.
Cheltenham Festival 2020 Trends
In making our Cheltenham 2020 selections, we pay special attention to the patterns that have developed over the years, as Cheltenham is such a unique course and the races at the Festival have their own special characteristics. Certainly, history repeats itself here more than at any other meeting and our careful analysis of these trends enables us to whittle down large fields to a few prime contenders.
Cheltenham Festival 2020 Statistics
In our statistics sections, you’ll find previous Cheltenham Festival results – we currently detail the winners of every Festival race since 1989, including the horse and jockey plus the starting-price. We plan to expand this section in the near future and list all Festival winners dating back to the days of Mill House and Arkle. We also provide statistics for both Cheltenham Festival Jockeys and Trainers, with Ruby Walsh and Nicky Henderson currently heading their respective fields.
Cheltenham 2020 Tickets and Enclosures
Finally, for those wanting to join the pilgrimage to the home of National Hunt racing, we have all the information you’ll need to make the most of your visit, including details of Cheltenham Festival tickets, Cheltenham dates 2020, and information on all of the enclosures and Cheltenham Festival hospitality at the racecourse.
Cheltenham Betting Offers & Deals
Whether you’re wagering on race day 1 or 4, you’ll want to keep an eye on the Cheltenham Festival offers that’ll be circulating as the action hots up.
You’ll get the chance to snap up deals and specials on every single one of the 28 races on display, as well as promotions on particular horses for the bigger races of the tournament (Gold Cup, Stayers Hurdle, the likes). So, from Paisley Park to Kemboy and Klassical Dream, the best of the latest Cheltenham free bets will be found here, with Cheltenham Festival.net.