In 2022, Cheltenham Day 1 races start Tuesday 15th March, and, what a day of racing it should be on Champions Day. With seven great races to get the Festival underway, who will you be betting on Cheltenham Day One? Below, you can find a compilation of offers for the Festival, as well as the race card for the Tuesday Cheltenham races. Check them out below to make sure you get your betting off straight out of the gates.
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Tuesday March 15th sees the Cheltenham Day one kick off in what promises to be spectacular style, the “Cheltenham Roar” no doubt greeting us once again as the tapes go up for the opening Supreme Novices’ Hurdle.
The opener is the first of 28 races across four magnificent days with the Cheltenham Festival day 1 alone being worth nearly £1.2million in prize money to connections.
he Supreme Novices Hurdle will be run on Tuesday 15 March at the 2022 Cheltenham Festival. A Grade 1 National Hunt hurdle race, it is contested over the two miles trip at the Prestbury Park course with eight hurdles to be jumped by the field.
The Arkle Challenge Trophy 2022 is run on Tuesday March 16th at 1.10PM, just the second race of the Cheltenham Festival’s day 1, and will be worth a huge £182,000 in total.
This is a really competitive handicap chase but what recent history has taught us is that the top trainers get it right year after year, knowing how to prep their main contenders and leading to winners coming from the first five or so in the betting.
The Champion Hurdle is a Grade 1 horse race that takes place on the Cheltenham Day One, open to runners aged four or older. Taking place on the Old Course at Cheltenham, the Champion Hurdle is run over a distance of just over 2 miles, with a total of eight hurdles to be jumped also.
It’s a gruelling test that separates the gutsy mares from the divas and drama queens. Run on the first day of the Cheltenham Festival 2022, all eyes will be on the Mares Hurdle when the field line-up on Tuesday 15 March.
The race is run on day one of the Cheltenham festival, taking place this time around on Tuesday March 15th at 4.50PM, the penultimate race of the day. The Close Brothers Handicap Chase is one of the top novice handicaps of the season.
The 2022 version will be worth a cool £125,000 and will be the last race of a fascinating first day of the festival, going off on Tuesday March 15th at 5.30PM.
The Festival is the highlight of the entire National Hunt racing season in the UK, though it takes on just as much importance for Irish visitors, trainers, owners and jockeys. Cheltenham day 1 betting markets will open at the beggining of the yeat with punters being able to place ante post bets, though prices will fluctuate plenty before the big day.
The Cheltenham 2022 day 1 highlight is undoubtedly the Champion Hurdle, scheduled to be the fourth race on a thrilling card, an event that has been won in the past by such stars as Buveur D’Air, Istabraq and Sea Pigeon.
When you’re placing a bet on the races on day one from the Festival, it is worth looking at the history and the form of the horses declared. How are the jockey’s doing too in their recent runs? The smaller details are what will help you pick out the winners, and, ultimately help you make money on the first of the four-day event.
It is also worth comparing bookies to see where you can get the best odds and most value for your money. Of course, on the first day, there are likely to be an influx of offers designed to get you into the loop of betting on Cheltenham. Use this to your advantage and check out as many of Cheltenham betting offers as you can before betting.
The traditional curtain-raiser on the first day of Cheltenham, the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle is a Grade 1 race for those aged 4 years and older, run over two miles and half a furlong.
The race to kick off not only Cheltenham Tuesday, but, the entire four-day Festival and will be scheduled, as normal, for 1.20pm GMT. Set up for novices, this Grade 1 race is run over 2 and a half furlongs for those aged four and older. Over that distance the field of runners will tackle eight hurdles in order to see who can win the first race on Cheltenham Tuesdays race card!
2021 – Appreciate It
2020 – Shishkin
2019 – Klassical Dream
2018 – Summerville Boy
5-2 Jonbon, 4-1 Constitution Hill, 11-2 Sir Gerhard, 12-1 Dysart Dynamo
Nicky Henderson has won the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle four times, most recently with Shishkin in 2020. He dominates the ante-post betting for the opening race of Cheltenham Festival 2022 day 1 with Jonbon and Constitution Hill.
The much-touted Jonbon strolled to an impressive victory in the Grade 2 Kennel Gate Hurdle at Ascot in December. The full-brother to eight-times Grade 1 winner Douvan cost owner JP McManus £570,000 at the sales and he has an unblemished record with 3 wins from 3 starts under rules. Jonbon’s Ascot victory saw his odds cut from 9-2 to 5-2 favourite for the Cheltenham Festival day 1 opener.
Constitution Hill was described as “an extraordinary creature” by the Lambourn Trainer after a 14-length victory at Sandown. He is very lazy at home but comes alive on the gallops and transferred his remarkable acceleration to the racecourse. Bookmakers are taking no chances with him and have installed the gelding as 4-1 second favourite. Champion Bumper winner Sir Gerhard comes next on 11-2 after an impressive debut win over hurdles at Leopardstown on Boxing Day.
TIP: JONBON is already a short price but all the signs are that he is exceptional. Sir Gerhard looks the pick of Ireland’s top novices but, for the moment, Nicky Henderson has a stranglehold on the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle betting.
Cheltenham Festival day 1 got off to a flying start for punters as 8-11 favourite Appreciate It cruised to a wide margin victory. Blue Lord, a stable companion of the winner, looked booked for second when crashing out at the final obstacle. Appreciate It had looked a worthy favourite after winning all three previous starts over hurdles, culminating in the Grade 1 Chanelle Pharma Novice Hurdle at Leopardstown in February.
Ballyadam (6-1), beaten by Appreciate It in his previous two races, was left to collect the runner-up spot, 24 lengths behind the impressive winner. It was a sign of things to come for the home team with the pace-setting For Pleasure (40-1) doing best, trailing home a remote third. The well-fancied Metier ran inexplicably badly to finish last while impressive Betfair Hurdle winner Soaring Glory was never a threat and finished fourth.
This could be a key race to look at for Cheltenham Tuesday betting. Why? Because in the last four years, it has been a Ruby Walsh run and Willie Mullins trained horse who has won three times. Most recently, was last year’s winner, Footpad who opened up a wide 14 length win once onto the home straight.
The 2nd race on Cheltenham Day One is the 1.50pm GMT Arkle Challenge Trophy. The Arkle is a Grade 1 race, and, another for novices (five years and older) to challenge one another over the 1 mile 7 furlongs. It’s hard to believe this race comes around so quickly as, despite being a novices’ chase, it is of huge importance and is of course a Grade 1 event. The Arkle is named after one of racing’s greats and is a two-mile chase for those aged 5+. Naturally this is the most important two-mile novice chase anywhere around and it often spawns future Champion Chase winners too. There are 13 fences to be jumped around the Old Course and there is more than £182,000 in prize money up for grabs. Altior, Douvan and Sprinter Sacre are just some of the recent greats to have taken this race en route to further success in subsequent years.
2020 – Put The Kettle On
2019 – Duc De Genievres
2018 – Footpad
2-1 Ferny Hollow, 5-1 Edwardstone, 10-1 Blue Lord, 14-1 Riviere d’Etel
Willie Mullins has recently announced that his brilliant Supreme Novices’ Hurdle winner Appreciate It will stay over hurdles this season. That has led to stable companion Ferny Hollow being cut to 2-1 favourite for the Arkle. He defeated Appreciate It in the 2020 Champion Bumper and only raced once over hurdles, beating subsequent Ballymore winner Bob Olinger at Gowran Park.
The son of Westerner was then side-lined through injury but bounced back with a novice chase victory at Punchestown in December. That success was followed by a 1 ½ lengths victory over Riviere d’Etel in a Grade 1 at Leopardstown. Yet another Mullins-trained runner Blue Lord enters calculations after winning on his chasing bow at Fairyhouse. He looked booked for second in the Supreme before crashing out at the final flight but didn’t put a foot wrong on his first start over fences.
TIP: BLUE LORD makes more appeal at around 10-1 for Cheltenham day 1 tips than Ferny Hollow (2-1) after an impressive chasing debut. The shortest price of the home team is Edwardstone, a very useful hurdler and an easy winner of the Grade 1 Henry VIII Novices’ Chase at Sandown and Grade 2 Wayward Lad Novices’ Chase at Kempton.
Nicky Henderson’s Shishkin was regarded by many as the banker bet on Cheltenham Day 1 last year. With top Irish novice Energumene an absentee, Shishkin was virtually unopposed in the betting and was sent off the 4-9 favourite. He had won the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle on the corresponding day in 2020 and looked a class apart with just four rivals.
Second favourite Allmankind set the pace but did not jump with his usual fluency and was a beaten horse when headed by Shishkin at the third last. From then on, it was only a matter of safely negotiating the remaining two fences before galloping on to beat Eldorado Allen (33-1). It was a record seventh win in the Arkle Challenge Trophy for Henderson. Shishkin followed in the footsteps of the likes of Sprinter Sacre (2012) and Altior (2017) and his 2022 objective will be the Queen Mother Champion Chase.
The second race of the hour and the third on Cheltenham Tuesday’s racecards is the Ultima Chase at 2.30pm GMT.
The Grade 3 chase is run by runners of five years, and older, over the distance of 3 miles 1 furlong. With twenty hurdles to be navigated over the distance during this handicap encounter, there is always plenty of opportunity for mistakes to be made, which, can often be costly on this type of stage. Known as the Ultima for sponsorship reasons but perhaps better known simply as the Festival Trophy, this is a Grade 3 handicap chase featuring 20 fences over a three-mile, one-furlong trip. Despite 3m1f not being seen as extreme, it is a distance that takes some getting around Cheltenham and as such this race has always been used by current or future staying types, many of which have ended up running in subsequent Grant Nationals at Aintree. Rough Quest in fact took this event back in ’95 before going on to win the National in 1996.
It’s anyone’s guess as to who may turn up in 2022, but as a huge betting event you can be sure that many Cheltenham Tuesday tips will feature runners in this event.
2021 – Vintage Clouds
2020 – The Conditional
2019 – Beware The Bear
2018 – Coo Star Sivola
Ante-post betting on the Ultima Handicap Chase does not open until the entries are known.
The big handicap for Cheltenham Tuesday betting is the Ultima Handicap Chase. After favourites had obliged in the first two races, bookmakers enjoyed a bit of relief when 28-1 outsider Vintage Clouds beat 100-30 favourite Happygolucky. Vintage Clouds had finished second in this race back in 2019 when beaten by Beware The Bear. The bold-jumping grey finished eighth in 2020 but bounced back to form off an 8lbs lower mark. He also appeared to benefit from racing in cheekpieces for the first time.
The favourite Happygolucky ran a sound race for Kim Bailey and David Bass. He was only a length down at the last but could not find any extra up the hill. The consistent Aye Right (11-2) finished a one-paced third with Cepage (14-1) staying on into fourth place.
The highlight of Cheltenham Festival Tuesday is without doubt the Champion Hurdle, a two-mile Grade 1 race and the result of what every classy minimum distance hurdler has been striving for all season.
The race is open to those aged four years old and above who must take eight flights of hurdles on their way to completing a race that sits within the Triple Crown of Hurdling, alongside the Fighting Fifth at Newcastle and the Christmas Hurdle at Kempton Park. This race is the third leg in the Triple Crown of Hurdling and is one of the most prized hurdle encounters in the racing calendar.
With a prize fund of £450,000 this is one of the richest races on the National Hunt calendar and it is also among the most bet races of the season, though the market for 2022 is now wide open following Buveur D’Air’s injury as he had been the strong ante post favourite.
2021 – Honeysuckle
2020 – Epatante
2019 – Espoir D’Allen
2018 – Buveur D’Air
5-6 Honeysuckle, 7-1 Appreciate It, 10-1 Sharjah, 14-1 Epatante
Honeysuckle maintained her unbeaten record with an 8 lengths victory in the Hatton’s Grace Hurdle at Fairyhouse in November. Henry de Bromhead’s stable star was never in any danger and cruised to a comfortable win over Ronald Pump. It was her thirteenth consecutive victory, twelve of them in the hands of Rachael Blackmore.
Honeysuckle featured in plenty of Cheltenham day 1 tips last season and is now odds-on favourite for a repeat success. Sharjah, brought down in the 2019 Champion Hurdle, has now finished runner-up in the last two renewals. He chased home Nicky Henderson’s Epatante in 2020. Nicky Henderson was delighted with the latter’s Christmas Hurdle victory at Kempton and she looks capable of hitting the frame once again.
If there is a new pretender to the crown on Cheltenham Champion Hurdle day 2022 it is probably Appreciate It. Willie Mullins has scratched plans to send him chasing this season in favour at a tilt at the Champion Hurdle. He is unbeaten in four races over hurdles and was a wide margin winner of the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle.
TIP: HONEYSUCKLE is very difficult to oppose and looked better than ever at Fairyhouse. It is difficult to see Epatante reversing last year’s form but she makes plenty of each-way appeal at 14-1.
The big race for Cheltenham Tuesday betting is the Champion Hurdle and punters were back on top after the victory of well-backed 11-10 favourite Honeysuckle. Rachael Blackmore enjoyed a smooth passage throughout the race, leading at the second last on a tight rein before bounding clear to win by 6 ½ lengths. It was the first strike in a memorable week for both Blackmore and Trainer Henry De Bromhead who would go on to dominate the headlines at the Cheltenham festival. Honeysuckle is an exceptional mare and looks likely to start odds-on favourite to defend her crown at Cheltenham 2022.
Second was Sharjah (11-1), trained by Willie Mullins and ridden by Paul Townend. Defending champion Epatante (4-1) did not jump fluently but stayed on to finish third. She was later revealed to have a niggling back problem for which she was treated during the summer. The disappointment of the race was Gary Moore’s Goshen who hung badly to his right throughout while Abacadabras fell at the third flight.
It may be difficult to follow in the footsteps of the Champions Hurdle, but, the mares always give it their best shot! The race is known as the Close Brothers Mares’ Hurdle, but, the winner of the race is given the David Nicholson trophy in memory of the great man who enjoyed success as both a trainer and jockey.
This Grade 1 race is due to be run at 3:40pm GMT.
This Grade 1 race is due to be run at 4.10pm GMT and is open to mares of 4 years, or older, over the distance of 2 miles and four furlongs.
The Mares’ Hurdle, as the name clearly suggests, is open only to the females and takes place over a distance of two miles, four furlongs. It is a Grade 1 event worth £125,000 with mares aged 4+ eligible to race.
The Mares’ Hurdle has only been a fixture at the Festival since 2008, initially as a Grade 2, but it has since proven to be a major hit with horsemen and punters alike and has already been claimed by such recognisable names as Apple’s Jade and amazing six-time winner Quevega.
If you’re looking for a winner in this one, in it’s 10-year history, this race has been won by a Ruby Walsh/Willie Mullins double in seven of the ten runs. That is remarkable, but, it may mean you don’t get the greatest of odds. One worth keeping an eye on though, for sure.
2020 – Honeysuckle
2019 – Roksana
2018 – Benie Des Dieux
7-1 Telmesomethinggirl, 8-1 Royal Kahala, 10-1 Epatante, Stormy Ireland, Concertista, 14-1 Heaven Help Us, 16-1 Shewearsitwell
Willie Mullins trained the winner of this race a remarkable nine times in ten years, six of them courtesy of Quevega (2009-2014). He has now been denied in this race for the past three seasons, saddling the runner-up on each occasion. Mullins looks to have yet another promising mare in Shewearsitwell, an 8 lengths winner at Tipperary in October 2020. The daughter of Shirocco met with an injury and was ruled out of the big festival meetings and then took a crashing fall at Leopardstown over Christmas.
Telmesomethinggirl won the Dawn Run last season but was defeated in her next two starts at Punchestown. She was a fair fourth behind Royal Kahala and Heaven Help Us at Leopardstown and Henry de Bromhead will be aiming to get her back to her best for the Cheltenham Festival.
TIP: HEAVEN HELP US was unlucky to be caught by Royal Kahala at Leopardstown. She has winning form at Cheltenham and looks good each-way value at this stage at 14-1.
The Cheltenham Festival day 1 betting market for the Mares’ Hurdle was dominated by Concertista, trained by Willie Mullins, and Dan Skelton’s Roksana (3-1). Both were in the firing line at the third last but were beaten by 11-1 chance Black Tears. Concertista had won the Dawn Run in 2020 in runaway fashion and had been impressive on her previous start at Leopardstown. She was backed down to 10-11 favourite and jumped the last flight a length ahead.
With Roksana unable to quicken on the run-in, the last challenge came from Black Tears who edged ahead of the favourite in the shadow of the post to win by a head. It was the first victory at the festival for Mrs Denise Forster who had temporarily taken charge of the majority of the horses trained by Gordon Elliott.
Next us is this novices’ chase at 4:50pm. This handicap race is for novice chasers with a rating from 0 up to 145, and, of five-years-old or older. The distance is 2 miles 4½ furlongs and contains sixteen fences along the way to jump.
Added to the line-up in 2005, this is a race known by regulars as the Centenary Novices’ Handicap Chase, a Listed chase featuring 16 fences over its two-and-a-half-mile distance. Typically for a novice chase, the event is open to those aged five and over.
While this is the least valuable prize at £70,000, Cheltenham day one tips will still be flooding in for a race that is typically competitive although as yet there can be no indication of who is being aimed at the event, nor who will even get in. Winners have included the popular Hunt Ball and last year’s victor A Plus Tard.
2020 – Imperial Aura
2019 – A Plus Tard
2018 – Mister Whitaker
12-1 Champion Green, 16-1 Got Glory, Iberique Du Seuil, Lunar Power, Parmenion
There will be a wide range of Cheltenham day 1 tips for a race where the average SP of the winner of over the past ten seasons has been 28-1. That sums up how difficult it is to unravel the form of four-year-olds in such a competitive handicap. Joseph O’Brien trained the only winning favourite during that period with Band Of Outlaws in 2019. That may be the thinking behind Champion Green being installed as the ante-post favourite.
He finished a close fourth behind Iberique Du Seuil at Cork at the start of December and the winner also features in the early market. Got Glory and Parmenion are a couple of interesting French recruits that have joined Willie Mullins. One trainer who does have a good record here is Paul Nicholls, successful with Qualando (2015) and Diego Du Charmil (2016).
TIP: LUNAR POWER is a speculative choice at 16-1 after being beaten by Triumph Hurdle favourite Fil Dor at Leopardstown on Boxing Day.
The Boodles Juvenile Hurdle (registered as the Fred Winter) is always hugely competitive and often proves something of a nightmare for Cheltenham day 1 betting. The 2021 renewal proved no exception as 80-1 outsider Jeff Kidder readily held the 9-2 favourite Saint Sam to win by two lengths. Another big outsider in 66-1 shot Elham Valley finished third with 11-2 chance Houx Gris taking fourth spot.
Jeff Kidder had finished last of seven behind Zanahiyr in a Grade 2 at Leopardstown on his previous outing after winning a maiden hurdle at Fairyhouse. He would go on to turn the form book upside down at the Punchestown festival, beating Zanahiyr to take the Grade 1 Champion Four-year-old Hurdle in May.
This Grade 2 race for amateur riders at 16:50pm GMT on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival
The race is for horses of five years and over, and is run across the distance of 3 miles and 7 furlongs, the longest of any race at the entire Festival. If that distance wasn’t enough, there are also a gruelling 24 fences to tackle and overcome throughout. The National Hunt Challenge Cup, to give it its true moniker, is a race saved for amateur riders only and for horses aged 5+.
Staged this season over a trip just shy of 3 miles and 7 furlongs, it has Grade 2 status and is for novices only. Worth the same amount as the opening Supreme Novices’ Hurdle (£125,000), the National Hunt Cup is extremely important in that it has existed for almost 160 years and serves as a great closer to what is usually a wonderful opening day.
2020 – Ravenhill
2019 – Le Breuil
2018 – Rathvinden
5-1 Stattler, 6-1 Run Wild Fred, 10-1 Fury Road, 12-1 Vanillier
The final race on Cheltenham Festival 2022 day 1 is the National Hunt Chase over three and three-quarter miles. It used to be the longest event at the meeting and was known as “the four-miler” before the distance was reduced in 2020 but it remains a stamina-sapping race. Run Wild Fred was the early ante-post favourite, an impressive winner for Gordon Elliott at Navan in November. There are no stamina concerns for the son of Shantou who finished second in the Irish Grand National in April. He made a bad blunder when beaten by Fury Road at Leopardstown in December.
Stattler (6-1) races in the same colours as 2021 winner Galvin and he got off the mark on his first attempt over fences at Fairyhouse. That was over two and three-quarter miles so he is yet to prove that he stays this marathon trip. Stable companion Ontheropes was well supported for the Ladbrokes Trophy at Newbury but could only finish a remote fourth behind Cloudy Glen.
TIP: STATTLER looks as though he is being aimed at this race by Willie Mullins and has scope for improvement.
It was difficult to separate the first three in the betting for the National Hunt Chase. Escaria Ten eventually started favourite at 11-4 with Next Destination at 3-1 and Galvin 7-2. The race developed into a three-way battle up the home straight with Galvin being produced at the last to wear down his rivals and win by 1 ½ lengths and the same.
Galvin had secured his place in the line up when winning at the October meeting and went to Cheltenham a fresh horse. The long range plan came to fruition and he has continued his progression since, winning a Grade 3 at Punchestown and finishing second to Frodon in the Grade 1 Ladbrokes Champion Chase at Down Royal. He then claimed his first Grade 1 victory in the Savills Chase to book his place in the line-up for the Cheltenham Gold Cup 2022.
The Cheltenham Festival is a great time to be opening a new bookmaker account with some fantastic offers for new customers. Last year’s 2021 Cheltenham Day 1 offers included odds of 80-1 for Honeysuckle to win the Champion Hurdle with Paddy Power (to a maximum £1 stake). What a fantastic way to start Cheltenham week with £80 in free bets!
The same firm also provided new customers staking £20 on the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle with a free £10 bet on each of the remaining six races! Mobile App users opening a William Hill account on the same day could have £1 on Appreciate It to win the Supreme at 50-1! Look out for special Cheltenham Day 1 offers for the big race favourites in 2022.
Existing customers could also enjoy the Cheltenham betting bonanza with enhanced each-way terms on all Cheltenham handicap races. There are usually Cheltenham free bets on the first race each day plus price boosts throughout the meeting.
Betfred are paying 7 places on Coral Cup Handicap Hurdle (Wednesday, 14:50).
+4 places on Brown Advisory Novices' Chase (Wednesday, 14:10)
+5 places on Glenfarclas Chase (Wednesday, 16:10)
+6 places on Grand Annual Challenge Cup Handicap Chase (Wednesday, 16:50)
+4 places on Weatherbys Champion Bumper (Wednesday, 17:30)
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Ultima Handicap Chase - 6 places
Juvenile Handicap Hurdle - 5 places
Coral Cup - 6 places
Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase - 4 places
Grand Annual Challenge Cup - 5 places
Champion Bumper - 5 places
Pertemps Network Final - 6 places
Plate Handicap Chase - 5 places
Mares' Novices' Hurdle - 5 places
Kim Muir Handicap Chase - 5 places
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14:10, The Brown Advisory Novices’ Steeple Chase - 4 places at 1/5
14:50, The Coral Cup - 6 places at 1/5
16:10, The Glenfarclas Cross Country Steeple Chase - 4 places at 1/5
16:50, Grand Annual Handicap Steeple Chase - 5 places at 1/5
17:30, The Weatherbys Champion Bumper - 4 places at 1/5
Cheltenham runners on Tuesday and beyond do not arrive at this festival without a thorough preparation, with recognised trials for the Champion Hurdle being the Morgiana Hurdle at Punchestown, the Fighting Fifth Hurdle at Newcastle and the Christmas Hurdle at Kempton.
While the Arkle Trophy is a novice race, it too has recognised feeder events including the Henry VIII Novices’ Chase at Sandown and the Arkle Novice Chase at Leopardstown, while those looking to win the Mares’ Hurdle may take in a race of the same name at Sandown in January or the Doncaster Mares’ Hurdle later the same month.
Of course, there are plenty more races to be run, and, plenty more money to be won at Cheltenham for the rest of the week – but it is always important to make sure you get off to a good start out of the gates. At the very least, you don’t want to have made can significant losses, why? Because then it sets you up to have a much stronger and profitable Cheltenham Festival this year!
The first of the Cheltenham races on Tuesday gets under way at 1.30PM with the closer set for 5.30. Each day of the festival features 7 fantastic events.