Tag Archive for: Betting

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Paddy Power Paying FOUR Places In Gold Cup 2022

I like a bargain as much as the next person so an extra place in the Cheltenham Gold Cup 2022 is well worth exploring. Basically, most bookmakers will be offering payouts on the first three home in today's Gold Cup. But Paddy Power is now…

Super Extra Places with Betfred

Not content with simply giving new customers a big welcome bonus, Betfred has added 'Super Extra Places' to selected races at the Cheltenham Festival. This is a great offer for those looking to have an each-way bet on some of the more competitive…
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Cheltenham Champion Hurdle 2022 Preview – Will Honeysuckle Win?

The Cheltenham Champion Hurdle 2022 has proved to be one hell of a rollercoaster ride for punters in recent weeks. But it does appear now that there is a settled market with some fairly definite participants being priced up. Honeysuckle has…

How to Place an Each Way Bet

One of the most popular ways to place a bet on a horse is the 'Each-Way' bet, often written as e/w and the straight forward guide below should help you navigate this fairly simple process so that you get the most from your money! So when…
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2016 Cheltenham Gold Cup Preview

The 2016 Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup promises to be one of the finest renewals in many years and for once, the blue riband looks to be the showcase event of the entire Cheltenham Festival with a whole host of potential claims for a new name to…

Cheltenham – Outlook For The Champions

The time of year is upon us once more when Cheltenham starts to force itself into our subconscious. Jumps racing is taking over from the flat after the summer months and, gradually, the big names are re-appearing. The likes of Don Cossack…
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Cue Card Out of Cheltenham Festival

A wind problem has prevented Cue Card from taking his chances at the Cheltenham Festival for the second year running and while he will ready in time for Aintree, he will not be contesting the Ryanair Chase, which he won in 2013, and for which…
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Can Mullins Rule Cheltenham?

It's been 20 years since Irish Champion Trainer, Willie Mullins, first tasted the sweet success of a Cheltenham Festival victory and few at the time could have guessed that he would subsequently go on to become the all-time leading Irish trainer…

Use Historical Data For Your Cheltenham Festival Betting

When it comes to trying to pick out some Cheltenham winners, looking through the history books can often be a useful guide. They can help you to spot trends regarding the profile of horses that win certain races, or maybe certain trainers…

Black Caviar – The Wonder From Down Under

There is great excitement in the Horse Racing world as Black Caviar, aka ‘The Wonder from Down Under’ has arrived in Britain and is expected to run in some major races. The undefeated 5- year old Australian thoroughbred racehorse has taken…