Bet365 Free Bet For Cheltenham

Bet365 is a truly unique online bookmaker having built an online-only reputation to become a real market leader without the background in land based betting shops.

They offer one of the most comprehensive sports betting experiences around, combining an attractive Bet365 introductory offer, excellent selection of events with an intuitively designed interface.

The layout of the site itself is the first thing that punters will notice. Having undergone several overhauls since the original site, it now feels more like an app than a website, a true operations centre for the sports bettor. More…


Paddy Power Free Bets

Paddy Power are one of most popular Cheltenham bookmakers as we bring you an update on their free bets offers for this year;s Cheltenham Festival.

Every day, hundreds of new customers are signing up to various online sport betting providers all over the UK, and many of them are taking their custom to Paddy Power. You can find more details on Paddy Power here.

Their aim is to make betting fun, but also to reward their customers with an array of free bets and offers, which in the long-term help sustain their customer base. More…


Cheltenham Gold Cup Day Tips : Paul Nicholls to fire at last

Paul Nicholls may have had a Cheltenham Festival to forget so far, registering no winners can you believe, but you can’t keep a good man down for long.

The Champion Trainer has had at least one winner at the Festival every season since 2002 and today, knowing how Nicholls works, will be the day he comes to the party.

His best chance of the day looks to come in the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Nicholls has had four winners and seven places finishes in the Gold Cup since 1999 and is a master at preparing a horse for the test that Cheltenham provides. Silviniaco Conti is his main hope this year and at 5/1 with William Hill is looks a very backable price. More…


Cheltenham Day Two : Sprinter Sacre the highlight of Ladies Day

It’s not every day a bookmaker offer a 1/5 shot at Evens. In fact, it could be one of the first times something of this nature has happened in any walk of horse racing punting.

Yes, Coral are going Evens on Sprinter Sacre winning the 2013 Queen Mother Champion Chase on Ladies Day at the Cheltenham Festival.

This offer has the potential to cost the leading bookmaker near £1million if as expected the sumptuous chaser continues his unbeaten record over fences. More…


Day One : Cheltenham Tips Are you with or against Hurricane Fly?

Put that phone on silent. Make sure the betting account is loaded – yes, the Cheltenham Festival is finally here.

The whole National Hunt season has been gearing towards these four days, with the whole world and his wife watching from around the UK and Ireland.

Barring no disasters when the course officals inspect the course at 10:30, racing should beat the big freeze, but oh boy, is the ground going to be testing.



Cheltenham Preview Night Review: Garda Club, Westmanstow Dublin with Barry Geraghty, Ruby Walsh and Davy Russell

The clock is ticking down to the Cheltenham Festival and punters are putting their final touches to their selections for the world’s most prestigious and exciting National Hunt festival.

The last of the Cheltenham Festival preview nights are now being run, and the recent one held at the Garda Club in Westmanstown was arguably the most revealing, in terms of Cheltenham clues, yet. More…


Cheltenham Preview Night Review : Oaksey House, Lambourn with Mick Fitzgerald & Nicky Henderson

The latest high-profile Cheltenham Festival preview night was held at Oaksey House earlier this week with all profits going to the Injured Jockeys Fund.

On the panel were journalist Jonathan Powell, Coral’s head of PR Simon Clare and a trio of racing stars that pulled in a bumper crown, all of whom were looking for Festival clues.

Trainer Nicky Henderson, who is the most winning trainer of all-time at the Cheltenham Festival, was the main event on the panel, but fantastic insight from Champion Hurdle winning jockey Noel Fehily and former top-jock, tuned racing pundit Mick Fitzgerald also contributed to a fantastic and insightful night of great information. More…


Cheltenham Preview Night Review : Barry Geraghty Q&A, Dublin

With just under a week to go until the tapes are lifted in the Supreme Novices Hurdle to kick-start the Cheltenham Festival, people are talking – talking, a lot.

Opinions on a variety of races from a variety of people could be tempting a few punters to sway their Festival punting decisions. The main thing for a punter to do in these talky times is to filter what information is gold and what can be discarded. One man certainly worth listening to is top-jockey Barry Geraghty – he has the golden touch on and off the track. More…


Cheltenham Preview Night Review : Dunraven Arms Hotel, Limerick Pointers

In our latest foray into the depths of the Cheltenham preview nights in the UK and Ireland, we took in the Adare Preview Night in Limerick, which was in aid of the Retired Jockeys Fund.

A whopping amount of money was raised by a bumper crowd in attendance and they were given some intriguing pointers and opinions with the Cheltenham Festival in mind.

Sitting on the panel was Cheltenham Festival winning trainers Alan King and Andrew McNamara, top jockey Derek O’Connor, assistant trainer to Paul Nicholls, Dan Skelton and one of the most feared tipsters in the land, Pricewise of the Racing Post, Tom Segal. More…


Cheltenham Preview Night Review : Louis Fitzgerald Hotel Dublin Mar 3rd pointers

With the Cheltenham Festival just over one week away, various Cheltenham preview nights are taking place across the UK and Ireland.

These nights can be a real help for punters who still may be toiling over what horse to back for a particular race.

The recent night held at the Louis Fitzgerald Hotel in Dublin was especially fruitful for potential exclusive information, with 2012 Cheltenham Festival top-jockey Barry Geraghty and weighing room counterparts Robbie Power and Davy Russell sitting on the panel.