Ed Quigley goes beyond the TV tips, such is his devotion to duty and the fact he has strong fancies in the last two races
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Alastair Down looks ahead to Wednesday and passes on a good word for two long shots
Five tips for day two of the Festival, taking in the Neptune, RSA, Coral Cup, Cross Country and Champion Bumper. Good luck all!
Watch Steve Freeth & Luke Harvey review Day 1 (& preview Day 2) of the Cheltenham Festival in the #bet365update
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Neptune – Neon Wolf
RSA Chase – Alpha Des Obeaux
Champion Chase – Simply Ned each-way
Fred Winter – Project Bluebook
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Day One of the Cheltenham Festival 2017
Let’s Do This!
Previewing all seven races on the opening day of the 2017 Cheltenham Festival…
Some of the Racing Post’s top judges and tipsters with their 2017 Festival naps
Met Office Meteorologist looks ahead at what the weather has in store for the Cheltenham Festival, which starts Tuesday 14th March.
The easyodds.com guys discuss day 4 at the Cheltenham Festival
Alastair Down sets the scene for the opening day’s action at this year’s Cheltenham Festival.
The wait is finally over – day one of the Cheltenham Festival gets underway on Tuesday.
Join Lee Mottershead, Alastair Down and David Jennings at Prestbury Park for a comprehensive preview of all the action.
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Cheltenham Festival Day 1 tips:
Supreme Novices Hurdle – High Bridge
The Arkle – Charbel & Cloudy Dream each-way
OLBG Mares – Hollywell
Champion Hurdle – Yanworth
The Mares’ Hurdle – Apples Jade
National Hunt Chase – Arpege Dalene
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Watch the “Official” Cheltenham Festival Preview evening streamed LIVE direct from Cheltenham Racecourse. Don’t miss the juicy Cheltenham tips from the panellists; (left to right) Joe Tizzard, Tom Malone, Sir AP McCoy, Adrian Heskin, Sam Boswell and hosted by Richard Hoiles (ITV).
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Trends and stats to note on day one of the 2017 Cheltenham Festival
Jockey’s Ruby Walsh & David Mullins, trainer Gordon Elliott, David Jennings (Racing Post), former bookie Ivan Yates and Paddy Power give the lowdown on the best horses to back at this year’s Cheltenham Festival
Read more on the Paddy Power Blog
In case you hadn’t noticed it’s the Cheltenham Festival next week.
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Hosted by Ivan Yates, Paddy Power invited some of the racing world’s top names to the Garda Club in Westmanstown, Dublin to preview the greatest show on turf.
Joining Paddy on the panel to chew the fat ahead of the Cheltenham Festival where stellar names like star jockeys Ruby Walsh, Davy Russell and David Mullins, as well as top trainer Gordon Elliot and Deputy Irish Editor of the Racing Post David Jennings.
Read more on the Paddy Power Blog
Preview of the Champion Hurdle hosted by the Irish Daily Star
Preview of the Supreme Novices Hurdle hosted by the Irish Daily Star
Racecourse boss Ian Renton on the economic impact of the Cheltenham Festival, controlling excessive drinking, the AP McCoy statue & Dawn Run’s 1986 Gold Cup triumph.