CHELTENHAM DAY 4 TIPS: GOLD CUP
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|2:10||County Handicap Hurdle Tips|
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|3:30||Cheltenham Gold Cup Tips|
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The opening day of the Festival features a full seven races. Find all of our Cheltenham day 4 tips here to get full coverage of Gold Cup Day.
2020 CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL GOLD CUP TIPS
Given everything I’ve listed above, Al Boum Photo looks a worthy favourite and I wouldn’t be shocked if Willie Mullins’ charge retained his title. Yet, both my head, heart and Cheltenham Festival betting offers are telling me LOSTINTRANSLATION is going to have a huge say in the matter and he’s going to be my solitary selection.
Lostintranslation won the Dipper on the New Course and ran Defi Du Seuil very close at the Festival 12 months ago. I can’t see the extra two-and-a-half-furlongs being a problem for a horse who’s shaped like a strong stayer on a number of occasions, and Lostintranslation boasts strong form on all kinds of ground. We haven’t seen the best of the this talented eight-year-old yet. I’m confident Lostintranslation’s crowing moment will come in the 2020 Cheltenham Gold Cup.
The Cheltenham Gold Cup
The Cheltenham Gold Cup is a Class A Grade 1 chase run over three miles and about two and a half furlongs. It is open to horses aged five years old and upwards and takes place on the new course at Cheltenham 3:30pm on Friday 13th March.
If the Festival is the most prestigious event in the National Hunt calendar, then the Gold Cup which features in all Cheltenham day 4 tips, has to be the most prestigious race. Whilst it used to be considered little more than a trial for the Grand National, as the importance of the Festival has grown, so has the significance of this race. It is now the event that everyone wants to win.
While there are six surrounding races on Friday at the Cheltenham Festival, the Gold Cup is what all attendees flock to Prestbury Park to watch on day four. Nothing in the world of horse racing can match the mystique and prestige of the Gold Cup, with the names of Golden Miller, Arkle, Best Mate and Kauto Star glistening on the famous trophy.
Any chaser who is good enough to claim victory in the Cheltenham Gold Cup will hand their connections the biggest prize in National Hunt racing and guarantee themselves a place in the pantheon of horse racing’s greats.
We have plenty more 2020 Cheltenham Festival tips available, giving you unrivaled bets and advice for all four days of racing.
When is the 2020 Cheltenham Gold Cup?
This year’s Gold Cup takes place on Friday 15th March.
Where is the Gold Cup held?
The Gold Cup is run on the New Course at Cheltenham Racecourse.
What time does the Gold Cup take place?
With the first race of the day set to kick off at 1:30pm, the Gold Cup action unfolds at 3:30pm.
Where can I watch the 2020 Cheltenham Gold Cup?
If you aren’t catching the action live at the Cheltenham racecourse, you’ll be pleased to know that both ITV and Racing Post online will be broadcasting the event.
Cheltenham live streaming services from all the big bookmakers – William Hill, Paddy Power, the likes – also mean that if you’re unable to make it for TV coverage, you still won’t be missing out on a single moment of Gold Cup drama.
Who won the 2019 Gold Cup?
Last year’s Gold Cup was won by Al Boum Photo, by three lengths for jockey Paul Townend and trainer Willie Mullins.
Where can I find Cheltenham Gold Cup tips?
We’ll be rolling out all the Cheltenham Gold Cup odds nearer to the festival, including which front-runner to wager on, our dark horse pick, and plenty of other predictions on the racing previews forefront.
What is the 2020 Gold Cup prize money?
The overall pot is worth £600,000 – the winner, however, takes home over half the total at a staggering £351, 688, which is a far cry better than winners of Champions Day, Ladies Day or St Patrick’s Day.