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Cheltenham Festival Betting at Bet UK

The Cheltenham Festival is classed as the greatest show on turf. One of the most prestigious UK horse racing events in the calendar, the festival is held annually in March and features four days of racing which culminates in the world-famous Cheltenham Gold Cup. As well as that feature race, there are other Group One races happening each day which have also been won by racing legends. These include the Champion Hurdle and the Champion Chase.

Here at Bet UK, we offer all of the horse racing betting markets. Before the festival itself, we'll have the betting odds for all of the feature races, which can change depending on the outcome of other races. So whether you're looking to place an ante-post bet or wait until the day of the race, we'll have all the betting selections, including forecasts and accas.

Bet On Cheltenham

Many of the races at The Cheltenham Festival have betting odds on offer up to a year before the race itself. The festival gives National Hunt runners the chance to perform on the biggest stage in UK horse racing. With preparation for the festival starting in October, the road to Cheltenham is confirmed for many of the most well-known horses in the sport before they take to the track for their first race of the season. Usually the next destination for runners at the Kempton Winter Festival, many punters will be looking at the betting odds even before that event if they have a hint of who'll feature on the Cheltenham course.

Cheltenham Bets Tips

Throughout the Cheltenham Festival, as well as offering the top Cheltenham betting odds, we'll also have betting tips for all of the feature races across the festival. So keep your eyes peeled on our betting tips page as the festival starts, and you'll see our selections on our exclusive Cheltenham Betting Tips page. Not only that, we'll have expert betting tips available, so you'll always be in the know when it comes to Cheltenham.

Cheltenham Betting Offers

In the build-up to the Cheltenham Festival, we'll feature our top betting offers right here at Bet UK. So keep your eyes peeled or head over to our betting offers page to find out all you'll need to know.

Cheltenham Festival Winners 2022

The four major Cheltenham Festival's four major races happen simultaneously each day. Normally scheduled for 3:30, these are the most valuable races at the festival and the horse racing contests with the most prestige. Below we've listed the winners of the 2022 races who could potentially feature in the festival in the coming season

Race Winner
Champion Hurdle Honeysuckle
Champion Chase Energumene
Stayers Hurdle Flooring Porter
Gold Cup A Plus Tard

Betting on the Cheltenham Gold Cup

If you're looking for the betting odds for the Cheltenham Gold Cup, head to the ante-post section of our horse racing betting page. Not only will you find the top odds for that race, but also the Champion Chase, Stayers Hurdle, and Champion Chase.

Cheltenham FAQS

When is the Cheltenham Festival?

The Cheltenham Festival is held annually in March; the dates are normally made available a year in advance.

What are the dates for the Cheltenham Festival 2023?

The dates for the 2023 Cheltenham Festival are the 14th - 17th of March.

How long does the Cheltenham Festival last?

The 2022 Cheltenham will take place over four days and will feature seven races across each of those days.

Where can I watch the Cheltenham Festival

Right here at Bet UK, we'll have a live stream of all the feature races throughout the festival. Simply head to the page and place your bet, and then the stream will become active just before the race.

How to bet on Cheltenham

Right here at Bet UK! Whether you're looking to wait until the festival's opening or browse the ante-post markets, we'll have all of the top odds. Not only that, we'll have horse racing tips across the entire week, so you'll never miss a beat.

What courses are used at the Cheltenham Festival?

There are two different racecourses that will be utilised during the Cheltenham Festival - the old course and the new course. The Old Course, used on the first two days of the festival, is shorter than the New Course, used during the second half of the festival and for the majority of big meetings throughout the year.

What is the longest distance race at the Cheltenham Festival

The cross country chase will be the longest race contested at the 2022 Cheltenham Festival and is run over three miles and six furlongs.

What is the oldest race at the Cheltenham Festival

The oldest race still contested today at the Cheltenham Festival is the Stayers Hurdle which was first run in 1912 and has been won in recent years by Thistlecrack, Paisley Park, and Big Bucks.

What is the other name for Cheltenham Racecourse?

The other name for Cheltenham is Prestbury Park.

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