Cheltenham Horse Racing 2020 News

The month of March is around the corner and the Cheltenham Racecourse is already waiting for the show. A lot of horse racing, fans and pundits all over the globe have already had a plan on how to make it big this season. 

However, it has been packaged that the Racing TV will cover each of this year’s races live on Sky Bet channel 426, and the featured channel will be ITV1 for all main races between 1pm and 4:30pm.

The commentator will be Richard Hoiles, Ed Chamberlain as a presenter while Ruby Walsh and Sir Anthony McCoy are analyzing experts.

In terms of bet placed among all the 28 races, The Gold Cup is the most popular in this category.

Nicky Henderson, the champion Huddle winner has a lesser betting position with his current performance and inconsistency of his main rivals. All eyes are on Al Boum Photo this season for his last performances.

Maire Banrigh is the value bet at over three times the price. Another to consider is Fakir D’oudaries, very close to match with Notebook by 6/1 chance with coral.

Smart punters and fans, in this 2020 season have already their ears for the latest tips and gossip on how to uncover the horses to carry form or who’s looking good, for the fact that it’s not as easy bet as on a Football Club like Manchester United and others.

Many online firms are offering their best and standard odd, free bets and claiming different prizes. All these opportunities are waiting for you as long as you’re placing a bet on Cheltenham with the most trusted bookmakers. Joining an online bookmaker is a great and best way to take advantage of Cheltenham free bets and boost your winnings. 

You may have a dark horse for the Ultima Handicap Chase or be thinking about whether Al Boum Photo is a good choice to go back to back on in the Gold Cup. All the punters have the opportunities to bet in confidence prior to the meeting.

Some ladies do wear hats and men normally wear a suit at the event, as there is no specific dressing code at Cheltenham Festival.

Tickets can however be purchased at each of the entrances with exception of the day for Gold Cup.

Under 18 years of age are admitted free but under 16 children must be accompanied by an adult to the Cheltenham Festival.

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