Its the Cheltenham Festival 2017 on the horizon as we bring you latest tips from the four day racing extravaganza.
We’ve collated the opinions of a number of tipsters, Templegate and more for you. Read our Cheltenham Festival Tips Guide here.
The Cheltenham Festival is now coming into view as the four day racing meeting comes into view.
It should be another action packed Festival as Irish and English fans alike make their way to the leafy village of Cheltenham to be be treated to top quality Grade One Racing.
Much of the emphasis will be on Willie Mullins once more, who trained more winning horses than any other last year, while his tried and trusted jockey Ruby Walsh will be another to follow.
The 2017 Cheltenham Festival is now on the horizon as bookmakers release their offers and daily Cheltenham tips for the four day extravaganza.
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Records are once again expected to be broken, Guinness will be consumed in vast quantities and betting slips consigned to the nearest bins as punters revel in the Jumps season jewel in the crown.
As expected, there are plenty of offers to pick up from bookmakers and here at CaughtOffside we have listed only the very best.
The majority of offers are concentrated around the first day, with Ruby Walsh and trainer Willie Mullins featuring heavily.
The first race, the Supreme Novices Hurdle which is synonymous with the famous Cheltenham roar offers punters plenty of opportunity to pick up some offers.
First up, Paddy Power will refund bets should hot favourite Douvan to win the Supreme Novices, and the horse is widely expected to bolt up the Cheltenham hill and take victory.
Not only that, Paddy Power will also refund bets should another heavily backed horse, un de Sceaux wins the next race, the Arkle.
The feature race on Day One is the Champion Hurdle, with 888sport enhancing the price on the massively backed Faugheen to 4/1 from 5/4.
Coral have got on board by offering a stand out price of 5/1 for Ruby Walsh to ride a winner at the Festival, and with the Irishman expected to ride 2 or 3 on the opining day, this is certainly one which has to be picked up.
Ladbrokes’s offer concerns day two on Wednesday, whereby they will refund losing bets should Nicky Henderson’s Sprinter Sacre take the Champion Chase.
The horse has been heavily backed throughout the year and is expected to return with victory in Wednesday’s featured race.
All in all there are plenty of offers which should appeal to those having a punt. Make sure you take advantage!