How to Make Money Betting on the Cheltenham Festival

Cheltenham Festival is the showpiece of a horse racing season as this high-profile event has seen a steady rise in prominence, excitement and overall engagement from the sport-loving community.

The prestigious four-day horse racing competition is the highlight event owners, trainers and jockeys are anticipating throughout the year, which is the same case with general fandom and betting community.

Extensively covered horse racing annual competition is the centerpiece of the national Hunt season for many UK-based betting sites, but for all others as well, who get engaged in a race of their own to present punters with the best possible odds and most extensive markets.

And with the format of the competition getting extended to four days of boiling action in recent years, punters will be glad to see there is a multitude of races that can be used to make some serious winnings from betting.

A simple analysis of the results from the previous festivals will offer valuable insight for all bettors who are planning on placing some money and – consequently – scooping some wins from betting on Cheltenham Festival 2017.

Over the last four years at the Festival, the total of 109 races have been held and the industry has priced 122 favourites only 33 of which have won and lived up to the predicted odds. An important detail deals with the winning odds which have not gone above 9/2 in the given sample size.

If numbers are anything to go by, taking a shot at short-priced favourites at Cheltenham Festival 2017 could end up giving great value to your investments. This year’s festival is coming up with a wide range of competitive handicaps which can be found at top-shelf betting sites such as Bet365, William Hill or Betfair and they are definitely a good option to think about in order to make some great money of your bets.

Four days of action bring plenty of individual excitements as this year’s Cheltenham Festival gets open with the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle and builds the anticipation all the way up to the National Hunt Chase later the same day. We bet you will all be either tied up on the racetrack or glued in front of your screens so make sure to tune in at your favourite bookie’s Live Streaming for the best In-Play odds. Bet365, William Hill and all of the major betting venues will provide premium Live Streaming offers on all races, much to your pleasure.

The second day is the Ladies Day, which puts Airlie Beach in the forefront with 7/4 betting odds available on this horse to win the Mares Novice Hurdle – the highpoint of the second day of the Festival. Novices are in the limelight on the third day as well with Yorkhill has given 6/4 to win the JLT Novice Chase. If you were planning on making a banker accumulator for the Cheltenham Festival 2017 the two aforementioned selections are a simple must-bet.

The final day will see all the excitement funnel into the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Punters and tipsters who do their research before penning down their bets are well aware that the current Gold Cup favourite – Thistlecrack – will miss the rest of the season through a tendon injury, which puts a great twist on the final-day betting.