Cheltenham Betting Tips

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Cheltenham Tips 2021

Updated: 17th March 2021

Written By: Michael Grahamslaw

The Cheltenham Festival is the biggest horse racing event of the year, with the Kings and Queens of National Hunt racing descending on Prestbury Park for four days of top-class racing. Here at 21.co.uk, we’ll have all of the top horse racing betting odds for you to follow throughout the build-up and throughout the festival itself. Make sure to check back each day for our tipsters top chances and make sure to keep your eye on our online betting markets from the 21.co.uk sportsbook for all of the biggest meetings where potential runners will take part.

You can also keep track of the days action by following us on Twitter: @21couk, where our expert will be live tweeting the event with his thoughts

Cheltenham Tips 2021 - Day Three

Hopefully, the Irish won’t have too many hangovers after St Patrick’s Day to impact their performance at day three of the Cheltenham Festival. If Irish eyes are shining down on punters, they’ll be celebrating all week! Three main events grace the racecard on day 3, and our tipster has given their verdict on the top Cheltenham Tips.

Race Our Tip Odds
Marsh Novices' Hurdle Envoi Allen 4/6
Pertempts Final Handicap Brinkley 12/1
Ryanair Chase Min 6/1
Stayers Hurdle Sire Du Berlais 9/2
Plate Handicap Chase The Shunter 13/2
Mares Novices Hurdle Hook Up 5/1
Kim Muir Handicap Chase Shantou Flyer 11/1

Cheltenham Day Three Tips

Cheltenham Tips 2021 - Day Four

All eyes will be on one race as we head into the Cheltenham Festival’s final day, and that is, of course, The Cheltenham Gold Cup. The most significant event in the National Hunt racing calendar, it gives the biggest and best chasers the chance to add their name to a long list of previous champions already gracing the history books. But not to discount the other races, out tipster has picked out their top Cheltenham Tips for those too.

Race Our Tip Odds
Triumph Hurdle Quillxios 4/1
County Hurdle Strong Glance 33/1
Albert Barlett Novice's Hurdle Adrimel 10/1
Gold Cup Champ 9/2
Foxhunter Steeple Chase Red Indian 8/1
Mares Hurdle Elimay 11/8
Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle Martinhal 25/1

Cheltenham Day Four Tips

For our full betting tips and preview of Day Four, click the link above.

Cheltenham Tips 2021 - Day One

Cheltenham Festival 2020 Day 1 Preview

Check out our full Preview for day one of the Cheltenham Festival above

With four days of racing for punters to sink their teeth into, the excitement starts on the opening day, however, this year we’ll miss out on the infamous ‘Cheltenham Roar’ that accompanies the first race of the day to fully announce the start of the Festival. That being said, for many people looking to place a wager, the biggest draw on each of those days is of course, the Grade One races as it not only gives them the opportunity to see some of the best horses in training, it also offers the chance for potential big payouts if they can successfully pick the winner.

But with so many Grade One races on the card how do our bettors know which race is the best for them to have a punt on the favourite or even the outsider of the field, especially if they’re new to the world of horse racing betting. Luckily at 21.co.uk our horse racing tipster knows the ins and outs of these races and has picked out some key stats and tidbits to help you make an educated decision. So let's get down to business by taking a look at some early Cheltenham Tips for day 1 of the festival.

Cheltenham Tips 2021 - Experts Tips Day 1

| Race | Our Tip | Odds | Position |:------------- |:-------------:|:-------------:| | Supreme Novice’s Hurdle | Appreciate It | Evens | Win | Arkle Chase | Shishkin | 4/9 | Win | Ultima Handicap | Admiral's Secret | 16/1 | 11th (Hit hurdle 2 out) | Champion Hurdle | Epatante | 3/1 | 3rd | Mares Hurdle | Concertista | 11/10 | 2nd | Boodles Juvenile Hurdle | Homme Public | 12/1 | 14th (Hit hurdle 2 out) | National Hunt | Next Destination | 5/2 | 2nd

Cheltenham Tips 2021 - Day Two

Cheltenham Day Two Tips

Check out our full preview for day two of the Cheltenham Festival above

The second day of the Cheltenham Festival starts with the novice hurdlers taking to the track and having the chance to strut their stuff around Prestbury Park. Also known as the Baring Bingham Novice’s Hurdle, the race is contested over 2 miles and 5 furlongs, so it’s a nice leisurely start to the day with only ten hurdles needing to be considered by the runners.

The jockey and trainer leading the record books in this race are of course the formidable duo of Ruby Walsh and Willie Mullins, with the latter looking to build on the progress he’s already made so far in the 2019 season. Won previously by the likes of Faugheen, Yorkhill and Hardy Eustace If you go back to 2003, it can be a hard race to call, but within our Cheltenham Tips, we’ve got some interesting stats to help you make an educated bet.

Cheltenham Tips 2021 - Experts Tips Day 2

Race Our Tip Odds
Ballymore Novices' Hurdle Bravemansgame 4/6
Festival Novices Monkfish 12/1
Coral Cup Craigneiche 6/1
Champion Chase Chacun Pour Soi 9/2
Plate Handicap Chase Easysland 13/2
Mares Novices Hurdle Ibleo 5/1
Kim Muir Handicap Chase Kilcruit 11/1

The Ultimate Guide to Cheltenham Festival Betting

In the lead up to the 2021 Cheltenham Festival, you can find betting guides, going guides, form guides and much more ahead of the Cheltenham Festival. We here at 21.co.uk have all the need to know information for those going to the Cheltenham Festival and even those who will be watching the festival at work. Please find our guides below:

How To Study Form At The Cheltenham Festival

2021 Cheltenham Festival Form Guide

One of the most important things for our bettors to analyse before they arrive at the Cheltenham Festival is form. If you're not sure how to study form, predicting a horse can be daunting. That's why we've created our guide for the event.

2021 Cheltenham Festival Course Guide

2021 Cheltenham Festival Course Guide

If you're heading to the Cheltenham Festival and want to know what other parts of the course you can explore take a look at our course guide.

2021 Cheltenham Going Guide

2021 Cheltenham Going Guide

The Cheltenham course can be tricky to decipher if you're new to horse racing so take a look at our going guide to find out all you need to know.

2021 Cheltenham Betting Guide

2021 Cheltenham Betting Guide

Off to the Cheltenham Festival? Take a look at our betting guide to find out how to bet on the course and online.

Top Graded Races

2021 Cheltenham Top Graded Races

Check out the top graded races from the Cheltenham Festival to see which races should be the best from the event.

Cheltenham Betting 2021 at 21.co.uk

if you're looking to bet on the Cheltenham Festival, 21.co.uk offers a wide range of markets for our players to utilise during the event. Players can bet on almost anything with the most common markets outside of the races themselves being the awards for Top Festival Jockey and Top Festival Trainer. However, you can also bet on the length a race is won by, the total winners by each trainer, the number of SP's at the event and much, much more. So if you're looking for some of the best horse racing betting markets, you're in the right place.

Cheltenham 2021 Betting Tips

The section above will provide our bettors with our tipsters top tips for the 2021 Cheltenham Festival, we will be providing our players with in-depth analysis on the event through Social Media but the main place to find our Cheltenham Betting Tips is right here. We don't just have a fantastic range of Cheltenham Tips however, we will also be providing our players with some in-depth analysis on the Grand National, which is one of the biggest events in sports.

Key Terms In Horse Racing Betting

Horse racing betting has some unique terms that you may not find across other sports. Here are 21.co.uk's horse racing betting key terms:

Place - Each race will display a number of places. Typically places are up to 3rd or 4th, meaning that each way bets placed on horses in these positions will still see some returns.

Each Way - Placing an each way bet on a horse will double your stake, but will also take advantage of the race places, giving you an increased chance of winning.

Rule of 4 - If a horse pulls out of a race after you have already bet on it, then the Rule of 4 will be applied. This means that your returns will be decreased. Your returns decrease because your horse now has less competition in the race.

No Runner No Bet - If you place an ante-post bet and your horse doesn't run, you get your money returned to betting account.

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