One of the key features of this Cheltenham Festival site is our odds comparison tables. We have the latest odds comparisons on all the 28 Cheltenham Festival races, providing our visitors with the opportunity to get the very best prices from the leading online bookmakers for your festival betting. We would suggest that you look at opening an account with a few of the bookmakers we have listed on our odds chart as during the week you will find that anyone of the bookies will be offering the most attractive price and as such it is useful to have you account opened to save time on race day.
To open an account with any of our listed bookies, simple click on any of the prices or links and this will direct you to the relevant online bookmaker where you can quickly register, lodge some funds and place your bets. Remember that withdrawing your funds nowadays is as easy as putting money into your online betting account.
Tuesday March 12th - Day One
The first day of the Cheltenham Festival is many punters favourite of the week with the Supreme Novices Hurdle, the Arkle Chase and the Champion Hurdle forming a trilogy of massive betting heats. The Champion Hurdle is of course the feature race of the day and we are expecting a competitive betting heat as always in 2019.
Wednesday March 13th - Day Two
The betting on the second day of the Festival is dominated by the Queen Mother Champion Chase and it will be a massive race for both the bookmakers and the punters. The main supporting race to the feature is the RSA Chase which often throws up a top class winner and should be interesting again this season.
Thursday March 14th - Day Three
The third day of the meeting is centred around the Stayers' Hurdle which is becoming an increasingly popular race with punters. Some legendary names have won the World Hurdle over the past ten years including Inglis Drever and Big Buck's and it will be interesting to see who can follow in their hoof-steps.
Friday March 15th - Day Four
The final day of the meeting features the Cheltenham Gold Cup with a number of new names in the division like Cue Card and Native River set to feature. The Triumph Hurdle and Albert Bartlett Hurdle race are other really good races on the final day of the 2019 Cheltenham Festival.