Cheltenham Festival 2016 - Racing and Betting Previews: Cheltenham Hurdle, Ryanair Chase, Champion Chase, World Hurdle, Triumph Hurdle and Cheltenham Gold Cup

The Cheltenham Festival 2016

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Cheltenham Festival Preview – Champion Hurdle 15/03/2016

Most Bookmakers are now offering non-runner/no bet on the Cheltenham festival. The big race on the opening day is the Grade 1 Champion Hurdle over two miles. Annie Power is the new Champion Hurdle favourite The betting market for the Champion Hurdle has been shaken up... read more here

Cheltenham Festival Preview – Ryanair Chase 16/03/2016

The Grade 1 Ryanair Chase was introduced at the Cheltenham festival in 2005. It is a race over an extended two and a half miles and provides a championship race for horses who do not stay the Gold Cup distance. Albertas Run won the race in 2010 and 2011 for Jonjo... read more here

Cheltenham Festival Preview – Champion Chase 16/03/2016

The Queen Mother Champion Chase is the two mile championship race at the Cheltenham Festival. Although there are many star names on the roll of honour, only Badsworth Boy (1983-85) has managed to win it three times. Two time winners include Viking Flagship, Moscow... read more here

Cheltenham Festival Preview – World Hurdle 17/03/2016

The Grade 1 World Hurdle is the top prize for staying hurdlers at the Cheltenham Festival. There have been several multiple winners including Crimson Embers (1982 and 1986), Baracouda (2002 and 2003) and Inglis Drever (2005, 2007 and 2008). The greatest staying... read more here

Cheltenham Festival Preview – Triumph Hurdle 18/03/2016

The Triumph Hurdle is the juvenile championship race at the Cheltenham Festival. The race has been won by subsequent Champion Hurdlers Kribensis (1988) and Katchit (2007). Other top class winners include Mysilv (1994), Zarkandar (2011) and Our Conor (2013). Nicky... read more here

Cheltenham Festival Preview – Cheltenham Gold Cup 18/03/2016

The highlight of the Cheltenham Festival is the Grade 1 Gold Cup over three and a quarter miles. Mullins holds a strong hand in the Cheltenham Gold Cup The current favourite is Don Cossack, trained by Gordon Elliott. He blotted his copybook when falling in the King... read more here

 

By Harvey Mayson, MyBettingBonus.co.uk

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