Cheltenham Tips

Horse Racing wouldn't be the same without the Cheltenham races, whether it's the Cheltenham Festival, Trials Day, the November meeting or any of the other fantastic events that go on at this racecourse, racing wouldn't be the same without it. Just like BetUK's repertoire of horse racing betting tips, wouldn't be the same without tips for Cheltenham. On this page, you will be able to find a wide range of betting tips for a variety of racedays, looking for ante post tips ahead of the Cheltenham Festival? You've got it! How about on the day tips for the December Christmas meeting? You can find all that and more below!

Cheltenham Festival Betting Tips

Cheltenham Festival Day One Race Predictions

Cheltenham Festival Day 2 Race Predictions

Cheltenham Festival Day 3 Race Predictions

Cheltenham Festival Day 4 Race Predictions

Cheltenham Tips all year round

Cheltenham Key Fixtures - Grade One

  • Supreme Novices Hurdle
  • Arkle Challenge Trophy
  • Champion Hurdle
  • Close Brothers Mares' Hurdle
  • Ballymore Novices' Hurdle
  • Brown Advisory Novices' Chase
  • Queen Mother Champion Chase
  • Champion Bumper
  • Turners Novices' Chase
  • Ryanair Chase
  • Stayers Hurdle
  • Triumph Hurdle
  • Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle
  • Cheltenham Gold Cup

Cheltenham Key Fixtures - Grade Two

Cheltenham plays host to a number of fantastic grade two races. However, unlike the Cheltenham Grade One's they are split out across the entire National Hunt season.

MonthGrade 2 RacesKey Fixture
OctoberTwoSharp Novices Hurdle
NovemberThreeNovember Novices' Chase
DecemberOneBristol Novices' Hurdle
JanuaryFiveInternational Hurdle
MarchThreeNational Hunt Challenge Cup
AprilTwoSilver Trophy Handicap Chase

Cheltenham November Meeting Tips

Cheltenham's headline act in November is the Cheltenham November Meeting, starting with Countryside Day on Friday afternoon and finishing up with November Sunday.

Each day hosts six brilliant races between 1:10 and 4:05, for those looking to catch these races on television, only the middle four races are broadcasted on ITV.

There are two class three races on the first day, including the Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle and the Handicap Hurdle, these races will be sponsored by different companies across the day, so their name may vary but these races are separate from those with the same name at the Cheltenham Festival.

The main event of day one comes from one of the two class two races on this day and that is the 3:30 Novices’ Hurdle which comes just after the Steeple Handicap Chase, this is the feature race of the day and you'll often find some big names involved as they look to rack up wins in the National Hunt racing calendar.

Day 2 of the November Meeting is known for having one of the biggest races outside of the Cheltenham Festival, the Cheltenham Gold Cup! - no, not that Gold Cup, the Gold Cup Steeplechase. This the highlight day of the entire weekend and you'll often find a lot of Cheltenham tips are featured solely around this day but at BetUK, we'll provide you with betting tips for races across Friday, Saturday and Sunday with a headline Cheltenham tip for the Gold Cup Steeplechase.

The final day of the November Meeting has the Greatwood Hurdle Race which is a premier handicap hurdle as it's feature race but the final day has a wonderful little caveat which is the pre-show! A Shetland pony race takes place at 12:10 before the official racing takes place.

Cheltenham Christmas Meeting Tips

Unlike the November meeting there are just two days worth of action to look forward to at Cheltenham around Christmas. However, there is a New Years meeting just around the corner, so horse racing enthusiasts have a lot to look forward too! Racing at this event starts earlier than others at the racecourse, this does mean that only the final four races get featured on ITV's racing coverage. So on day 1 you'll miss the National Hunt Novices’ Hurdle, Novices’ Steeple Chase and the Handicap Hurdle if you tune in via ITV.

The other races on day one still provide plenty of fantastic racing action and a lot of opportunities to utilise horse racing tips. The feature race for this day of racing is the Middle Distance Veterans Handicap Steeple Chase.

Day two offers a plethora of fantastic racing action, which includes the December Gold Cup and the The Handicap Steeple Chase - which are both Class 1 Races, meaning you could see some of the very best in UK & Irish racing face-off here.

Cheltenham Trials Day Tips

The Cheltenham Trials come as just one day of racing at Cheltenham racecourse but every race has the potential to be the best of the day. With an early start of 11:40, there are nine races for horse racing enthusiasts to look forward too and for those looking to place a bet, nine opportunities to win. The feature race of Trials Day is the Cotswold Chase which takes place at 14:25, this class 1, grade 2 event is a Steeple Chase which hosts some of the biggest names in racing and can provide you with an insight into who will perform best when it comes to each Cheltenham race during the March festival.

What is the other name for Cheltenham Racecourse?

The other name for Cheltenham is Prestbury Park.

Where is Cheltenham Racecourse?

Cheltenham racecourse is located just over 2 miles from Cheltenham town centre in northern Gloucestershire. The actual racecourse is at Prestbury Park and has been around for over 200 years. The course is surrounded by the hills of the Cotswolds. With a complete full capacity of 67,500 racing fans, the hills create a natural amphitheatre that adds to Cheltenham’s famous atmosphere.

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