Cheltenham 2020 Horse racing
This year’s Cheltenham Festival is fast approaching and as usual, the horse race sporting event is already attracting the attention of enthusiasts and punters alike. Bookmarkers are not taking their chances with this opportunity and are already presenting various exciting offers to punters. The fact that it is worth over £4 million in prize money makes it even more exhilarating for the contestants and everyone wants to emerge the winner! Who will it be this season? Well, the answer to this question remains on the tracks and for the fans to watch.
Look Out for these Amazing Cheltenham Festival 2020 Betting Offers & Odds
As already said above, the Cheltenham Festival attracts the attention of punters and lovers of the game. If you are looking to find the best betting offers and odds, don’t hesitate to check the bookies offers page on all the latest betting offers for the Cheltenham races. ABRACADABRAS with the odd of @5/1, is one of the favorites to win at the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle. Another favorite horse, Fakir D’Oudairies with odds of @6/1 is another horse to look out for and place possible winning bets for. Benie Des Dieux @4/5 could also pull a surprise win at the Mares’ Hurdle. Another favorite horse to win at Ballymore Novices’s Hurdle is Envoi Allen with odds of @5/4.
What to expect at the Cheltenham Festival 2020 event
As usual the Cheltenham Festival is going to kick off on Tuesday 10th of March 2020 and will run through until Friday 13th March. There is lots of excitement from horse racing enthusiast as well as punters who are keen on the expected highly competitive action.
Below is a breakdown of the 4 days of action and what to expect:
Day 1 (Champions Day) – as usual, Tuesday is the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival but is commonly referred to as the Champions day. The opening day features the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle and is going to be characterized by the very best hurdlers ever. The Arkle will also go on this day and so is the Unibet Champion Hurdle. The Unibet Champion Hurdle, which has been won by various horse racing legends such as Brave Inca and Persian Warand Istabraq over the years, will truly be interesting to watch.
Day 2 (Ladies Day) – Tuesday will see the staging of the Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase that features the two-mile runners then followed by the RSA Insurance Novices’ Chase. Another interesting sprinter to look out for on the Ladies Day is the two times Grand National Winner Tiger Roll who also announced entry for the race! It is important to note that the race is open for any horse that’s 5 years old and above to win. Winners in the previous years include; Master Minded, Altior, Sprinter Sacre, and also Sizing Europe.
Day 3 (Stayers Hurdle) – The third day of the event also known as the Stayer’ Hurdle take place on Thursday 12th of March 2020. Is going to be penultimate day of horse racing and punters will be scrambling to take advantage of the day to place bets that can enable them win big! One of the favorite horses for this day’s race Paisley Park could make a great deal for you if you are one of those punters attempting their luck for the big event. The race is a 3-mile grueling affair and here, it is the stamina that will count as to the winner will be. Other likely winners of this race could be Vautour and Un De Sceaux, you should also not forget about one of the most popular jumpers in recent memory – Cue Card!
Day 4 (Cheltenham Gold Cup) – this is the culmination of the Cheltenham Festival and one that usually offers the most thrilling horse race action! It is a steeplechase that is run over a distance of 3 miles 2½ furlongs with 22 fences. And here, only horses that are five years or more and have a British Horse Racing Authority (BHA) rating of 130 and above are allowed to enter. The famous previous winners of this race include; Desert Orchid, Arkle, Best Mate, Kauto Star and Native River.