Thank you for signing up. 

We've sent you an email. Please click on the link to verify your address.

Win big with FREE horse racing tips

Get our expert tips mailed direct

No spam ever. Unsubscribe in one click. By submitting your email address, you indicate your consent to receiving email marketing messages from us.

2018 Cheltenham Festival tips

Date - TimeEvent Name Location
13 Mar 2018 13:30Supreme Novices’ HurdleCheltenham Racecourse
13 Mar 2018 14:10Arkle Challenge TrophyCheltenham Racecourse
13 Mar 2018 15:30Champion HurdleCheltenham Racecourse
14 Mar 2018 14:10RSA ChaseCheltenham Racecourse
14 Mar 2018 15:30Queen Mother Champion ChaseCheltenham Racecourse
15 Mar 2018 14:50Ryanair ChaseCheltenham Racecourse
15 Mar 2018 15:30Stayers HurdleCheltenham Racecourse
16 Mar 2018 15:30Cheltenham Gold Cup Cheltenham Racecourse

Cheltenham Festival 2018 Tips

Claim BeforeEnhancement / OfferPriceClaim Now
16th March 2018 - 17:30Get up to £200 bonus100% deposit bonus
13th March 2018 - 13:30Bet £10 > get £40£40 free bets
16th March 2018 - 17:30Risk-Free £30 betNo win = stake back
16th March 2018 - 15:30100% match bet to £50£50 free
16th March 2018 - 17:30Treble odds ANY horse3x odds on 1st bet
16th March 2018 - 15:30See all Festival offers
We recommend opening up an account with these 6 bookmakers this year:
  1. Betvictor - some of the best specials around
  2. Ladbrokes - use CHELT50 promo code
  3. betway - bet £10 get £30 in free bets
  4. William Hill - use F25 bonus code
  5. Paddy Power - get £30 free to fund your Cheltenham betting this year
  6. bet365 - superb live streaming and £200 welcome bonus

RacingTips.com remains the number one source for free horse racing tips and expert advice at the Cheltenham Festival.

Racing punters all over the world continue to pay for daily tips and ante post gambles, but much to the annoyance of fans of the sport, many of these tipping sites charge through the roof for poor tips and lazy betting advice at one of the biggest meetings in the world.

That is why thousands of shrewd punters continue to look elsewhere for their bookie-bashing advice and top class profitable tips at the Cheltenham Festival continue to be the most enticing product in the racing world.
RacingTips.com have been leading the way with Cheltenham Festival betting advice for a number of years and the site’s tipsters leave nothing to chance when it comes to betting at the biggest meeting in the world.

The team are working overtime ahead of the Festival to make sure that you leave the course with money in your wallet.  Too often, racing punters pay for the bookies’ summer jaunts, but luckily the RacingTips team are dedicated to giving the layers a hard time with top class tips and ante post punts.

When it comes to the biggest meetings, such as the Cheltenham Festival, the RacingTips team spend hours ploughing through the form in a bid to stay one ahead of the bookmakers and you can be confident that the tipsters have spent plenty of time coming up with their selections.

The site will have tips for all the races at the Festival well in advance and they have taken plenty off the bookmakers in the past with ante post gambles at big odds.

2017 cheltenham festival tips

The Cheltenham Festival is the pinnacle of British racing and with its unique atmosphere and action-packed race cards the four-day showpiece is considered to be one the most exhilarating sporting occasions of the year.

The combination of massive crowds and sensational entertainment provides fans of the sport with the ultimate racing cocktail and Prestbury Park is the perfect backdrop for the most enthralling week of the season.

Fans of the sport travel from far and wide to be there to witness the action first hand and the greatest horses from either side of the Irish Sea descend on the stunning course to prove they are ready to join some of the most famous jump horses of all time on the Festival roll of honour.

Each year the course can expect to welcome over 220,000 racegoers from all over the world who head to the meeting safe in the knowledge that the action is sure to be as explosive as it is thoroughly intriguing. Those who do make the trip will never regret it and the magnificence of the Festival is as splendid as the breathtaking Cotswold Hills that play host to the best horses, jockeys and trainers in the business.

The four-day extravaganza is the finest show in racing and victory at the meeting is often how greatness is measured in the ‘sport of kings.’ The elation experienced by connections of a horse that manages to find its way into the winner’s enclosure is there for all to see and there is no greater place to taste victory.

While connections are thrilled with a victory, punters are delighted with a winner and with it believed that more than £500 million will be gambled throughout the week, most of racing’s shrewdest punters use the Cheltenham Festival to pulverise the bookmakers and land some of their biggest gambles of the year.

For many it has nothing to do with the gambling, but rather the horses themselves and Kauto Star, Denman, Best Mate and Desert Orchid have all sealed their reputations at Prestbury Park. The list of greats added to the roll of honour continues to grow with every incredible Festival that takes place and a superstar always emerges from the week’s action.

Schedule for the 2017 Cheltenham Festival

Tuesday 14th March race card

14.40 The Festival Handicap Chase
16.00 Dave Nicholson Mares’ Hurdle
16.40 National Hunt Chase
17.15 Novices’ Handicap Chase

Wednesday 15th March race card

13.30 Neptune Novices Hurdle
14.05 RSA Chase
14.40 Coral Cup
16.00 Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase
16.40 Fred Winter Hurdle
17.15 Champion Bumper

Thursday 16th March race card

13.30 JLT Novices Chase
14.05 Pertemps Handicap Hurdle
16.00 Byrne Plate Handicap Chase
16.40 Kim Muir Challenge Cup

Friday 17th March race card

13:30 Triumph Hurdle
14.05 County Hurdle
14.40 Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle
16.00 Foxhunter Challenge Cup
16.40 Conditional Jockey's Hurdle
17.15 Grand Annual Chase

Top Racing Offers

Sport Offers (97)

You have unread messages

    You have unread messages