Cheltenham Festival Live Stream : How to watch the Gold Cup and more online this afternoon

Its the 2015 Cheltenham Festival with live streaming for punters and fans alike with Bet365, who are showing all the races, including the Cheltenham Gold Cup through their website today.

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Cheltenham Festival Free Bets for Friday 13th March, Day Four

The well known UK brand has announded that it has an exclusive live feed of all the action on all the races from the Cheltenham Festival today, meaning punters and horse racing fans can now watch all the action via desktop, ipad, mobile and smart phone devices.

There’s no excuse to miss any of the action!

It should be a scintillating day at the home of jump racing as the 2015 Cheltenham Festival opens its doors once more, and punters are literally frothing at the mouth with a superb card from day one, with Bet365 really setting the standard in live streaming.

Its now possible for punters and horse racing fans alike to bet in running whilst watching all the action and with a plethora of Grade One racing over the four days there’s sure to be plenty of excitement, which makes the Bet365 live streaming service a must for Cheltenham fans.

First up is the JCB Triumph Hurdle (1.30), which is set to be a cracker with Nicky Henderson looking to get Cheltenham Friday off to a flyer with Peace and Co, who justifies his position as favourite.

The Vincent O Brian County Hurdle (2.05) is up next asPrincely Conn looks almost unbeatable and heads the market at 9/1, although he will have plenty of challengers.

Next up is the Albert Bartlett (2.40) as another Mullin/Walsh combo heads the betting with the the aply named Black Hercules, who looks the worthy favourite at 4/1, followed by the jewel in the crown of the 2015 Cheltenham Festival, the Cheltenham Gold Cup, as Silviniaco Conti, Djakadam and Many Clouds battle for market favouritsm.

Next up is the Foxhunter Chase (4.00) followed by the Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys Handicap Hurdle at 4.40,m with the final race at 5.15 being the Grand Annual Chase.

There won’t be a dry eye in the house as AP MCoy rides the favourite Ned Buntline in the final race, and bids farewell to Cheltenham for the final time.

It should be a cracking, emotional day – just make sure you don’t miss any!

* Viewers must have a funded account with Bet365 in order to view the streams.

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