There’s nothing like the Cheltenham Festival. We know it, you know it, and that’s why we’ve created Cheltenham-betting-guide.co.uk (CBG). The biggest horse racing event in the UK and the world needs its own betting guide and we’re here to deliver.
We help you make sure that you’re ready to place your bets on all the festival’s championship contests, including the Champion Hurdle, Champion Chase, Stayers Hurdle, and the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
We also help to make sure that you know how to bet and what the best Cheltenham offers are and where you can find them. In our experience, these offers get more innovative with each passing year, so you’ll certainly be spoilt for choice!
Our aim is to provide a Cheltenham betting guide that provides a perfect introduction to those who are new to horse racing and betting on the sport, and for enthusiasts of the sport who eagerly await this festival every year. We provide you with information to help you:
· Select your bookie – Our honest reviews can help you determine which bookmaker will offer you the experience you want. Remember, you don’t only have to choose only one!
· Consider your betting options – There are loads of markets to consider as any type of horse racing bet you can think of will be available. We share some helpful pointers.
· Consider your betting offers – From sign up offers to specific Cheltenham Festival offers, we let you know what to look for.
We make sure to that you read articles from people that follow horse racing eacy day, every day.
Growing up just outside Cheltenham, Ed spent over a decade with the Racing Post. He was best known for his Longshot column, RPTV, and as a weekly columnist in the Racing & Football Outlook. Now as a freelance Racing Broadcaster and Journalist, he is a regular on Ladbrokes TV and Sky Sports Racing amongst other things. He describes himself as a Cheltenham Festival fanatic!
Dave has over 30 years’ experience in the media industry having worked for regional and national newspapers David has written for At The Races, Coral News, the Daily Mirror and Racing Plus newspaper. He produced a Cheltenham Festival guide with former eight-times champion national hunt jockey Peter Scudamore.
James is a freelance writer with a huge passion for the world of sport. Specialising in sports betting industry, James has almost a decade’s worth of experience to his name, having worked for a range of clients in both the UK and across Europe.
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