Best Accas for Cheltenham Festival

The heat is on as the showpiece of the National Hunt season approaches.

Cheltenham Festival 2017 is just around the corner and the final preparations are being made for this mouth-watering four-day event which promises to be a highly-contested horse racing event.

Alongside the owners, stables and riders who are all beginning to wrap up the preps for Cheltenham, bookmakers across the United Kingdom are polishing their offering to be of best service to the anticipating fans.

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Before we dig in the best accas for the upcoming event, we thought it might be good to mention that paddy Power – as one of the world’s top bookmaker – offer incredible Money-Back bid if your horse finishes second at the Cheltenham Festival.

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And as for the real deal as far as this Acca Tip is concerned, there is a fantastic section of bets – some would call it banker treble – which promises great returns of £999 for a risk-free £30 bet with Unibet, who will give your money back if you lose.

Bookies and tipsters’ plan suffered a huge blow with the news that Thistlecrack’s season is over with injury and so are the hopes of grabbing the Cheltenham Gold Cup, but there is still plenty to choose from and we propose going with a combined treble bet of 32/1 on Ryanair Chase, Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle and Foxhunters Chase.

  • Un De Sceaux – 3/1
  • Death Duty – 5/2
  • On the Fringe 11/8

The banker treble yields little short from £1,000 on a £30 bet and is definitely worth going for as all three choices have displayed a remarkable form and boast great chances of winning the respective races.

Bryan Cooper has already revealed that Albert Bartlett contender Death Duty is one of the horses he is most looking forward to riding at Cheltenham, so why don’t we all join the excitement with a bet or two.

The same horse is the centrepiece of another high-value acca which will grant you incredible £2,000 on a £30 bet. Backing Death Duty at the Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle with a JLT Novices’ Chase underdog and two easy-bet favourites for the Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle and Stayers Hurdle could prove to be highly rewarding.

  • Death Duty – 5/2
  • Yorkhill – 15/8
  • Airlie Beach – 2/1
  • Unowwhatimeanharry – 5/4

Combination odds for the abovementioned selection to win is worth 67/1 which is enough to see you claim stake on a £2.041 win on a risk-free £30 bet.

Yorkhill might raise some eyebrows in this selection as a price booster, but given the predictions following last year’s Neptune victory, Yorkhill is seen as a clear-cut winner of the JLT Novice Chase where his class should be enough to wave off any doubts you might have for his selection.

The aforementioned treble and a four-way acca are some good choices to start off with, whereas four days of sweat, tears and blood are bound to offer all kinds of combinations that can make great value for your money.