Two months remain in the countdown to the Festival and punters growing demand for Cheltenham info can be satisfied at www.cheltenhamfestivalnews.com which is providing free tips and odds comparison as well as the latest news from training establishments on both sides of the Irish Sea.
The website’s raison d’etre is the fantastic National Hunt festival and serving Cheltenham aficionados with free betting tips before and during the four-day meeting every March.
Many of the Cheltenham ante post markets are taking shape although uncertainty remains around the plans of a number of the Festival’s leading lights let alone entries for the big handicaps and novice events. Cheltenham Festival News provides the inside track from leading owners and trainers as soon as they release any snippets of their Festival plans. The authors follow Cheltenham entries and report on progress on fitness and their performances on the track, from the beginning of the National Hunt season all the way along the road to Cheltenham.
Punters can compare the latest odds from the leading UK bookmakers and link straight to the bookie of their choice, direct from the site. There is analysis of all 27 races, looking at past trends and the demands required of horses in each race to help identify the winners. Racing experts with over 30 years’ experience in the betting and racing industry provide free tips, including long range ante post value and each day throughout the Festival.
In addition to picking Festival winners, Cheltenham Festival News provides tips on bookmaker offers as soon as they become available. Regular visitors to the website will be the first to know when a bookmaker goes Non Runner No Bet, offers Best Odds Guarantee or any other Cheltenham specific offer.
The website is ideal for punters planning to go Cheltenham or watching the action on TV from home. Those making the trip can go to Cheltenham Festival News for discounted tickets for a limited time, check on the latest entries and pick up some tips. They can even place their bets so they can just enjoy the action and a few pints of Guinness without worrying about getting carried away in the betting ring.