The festival is all about big betting with 600 million pounds expected to change hands during the 28 Cheltenham races. The feature race will now be the fourth race on the card each day supported with grade one races and handicaps. We have the best odds comparison tables for each of the races where you an check out the best price about your selection and you can open an account with the relevant bookmaker by clicking on the price. This will take you to the home page of that bookmaker and registering is very straight forward and you can be up and running in just a few minutes, remember that all these bookmakers offer a Cheltenham Festival free bet.
The full Cheltenham racecards are now available for each of the races on day one including the latest odds and the race analysis and they can be accessed by clicking on the race links below.
Tuesday March 12th - Day One
The first day of the Festival is many peoples favourite with three massive races for punters to sink their teeth into. The Supreme Novices Hurdle is the first race of the meeting while the Arkle Chase is just as exciting over the bigger fences at Prestbury Park. The feature race of the day is of course the brilliant Champion Hurdle over two miles and it promises to be a classic renewal.
The feature race on day two of the Cheltenham Festival is of course the brilliant Queen Mother Champion Chase over two miles. It is one of the biggest races of the season and always proves to be a massive race for punters both on and off course, the main support race on Wednesday is the three mile RSA Chase.
The big race on day three of the Cheltenham races in 2019 will of course be the excellent Stayers' Hurdle. The stayers have their moment in the limelight on day three and it is already shaping up to be a cracking renewal.
The final day of the meeting features the Cheltenham Gold Cup and all eyes will be on Native River and Cue Card. The Triumph Hurdle and Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle race are other really good races on Cheltenham Festival Day Four of the 2019 Cheltenham Festival.