Cheltenham Festival Tips 2017

Here you’ll find all your Cheltenham Festival 2017 needs satisfied in one place! We provide free Cheltenham betting tips and previews for all the Cheltenham Festival 2017 races along with general information, trends, latest news and more!

Cheltenham Festival 2017 Betting Guide

With the Cheltenham Festival fast approaching, horse racing fans from the UK and Ireland are gearing up for their Christmas. Hundreds of thousands will flock to Prestbury Park to witness the greatest spectacle on earth. Follow @myracingtips for FREE Cheltenham Festival tips where each selection is thoroughly researched by our expert tipsters. We made a profit of just under £8,000 on our daily horse racing tips in 2016 and intend to carry on in the same vein for the big week in March.

Where Can You Find Our Cheltenham Tips?

When you scroll down, you will see that we have split the races into four days, Day 1, Day 2, Day 3 and Day 4 tips. We have a full preview done for each individual race of the festival and they include information, 10 year trends and previous winners of the race along with this years’ big tip for the race. During the week itself, if you want easy access to all the tips in one place, check out our Cheltenham tips 2017 on our Cheltenham racecourse page. Not only do you get a tip for each race, there is also a racecourse guide provided along with jockey and trainer statistics.

Big Cheltenham Festival Runners

We are in for a real treat again in 2017, that’s for sure. Some of the big Cheltenham Festival runners include Thistlecrack who is Gold Cup bound for the Colin Tizzard stable who could have a four pronged attack in the showpiece event as Cue Card, Native River and Alary could also run. The banker of the festival will no doubt be Douvan who will be long odds on to land the Queen Mother Champion Chase, a race that Willie Mullins has never won before. The Champion Hurdle is a real puzzle as we don’t know what Mullins will run as of yet but it looks a toss up between Annie Power and Faugheen.

Cheltenham Festival Biggest Races

The big race of the week is of course the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Willie Mullins has never won the race and his heartache continued last year with another 2nd place finish in the form of Djakadam. Some amazing horses’ have won the showpiece event and they include Kauto Star, Denman, Best Mate and more recently Coneygree who won the race as a novice. The second biggest race of the week is the Champion Hurdle, a race Willie has dominated in recent years with stars like Annie Power, Faugheen and Hurricane Fly. Our Cheltenham 2017 tips will guide you to the winner of the weeks’ top races.

Cheltenham Top Jockeys’ & Trainers

Ruby Walsh has been the main man at Prestbury Park for a long time, mainly down to his time with UK Champion Trainer Paul Nicholls and Irish Champion Trainer Willie Mullins. He rode an incredible 7 winners in 2016 and has been top jockey at the festival in eight of the last nine years. Willie Mullins has unsurprisingly been the top trainer in recent years, winning the accolade in five of the last six years. He trained 7 winners in 2016 and 8 winners in 2015 so you won’t go too far wrong following him in 2017.

Championship Races

The big four races at Cheltenham Festival are known as the “Championship Races” and we will have tips, previews and trends for all 4!

Tuesday – Champion Hurdle

Wednesday – Champion Chase

Thursday – Stayers’ Hurdle

Friday – Cheltenham Gold Cup

Cheltenham Tips - Day 1

The opening day of the Cheltenham Festival is always a classic, with a great variety of the races to kick the week off! There’s some big races to kick our Cheltenham tips off, with the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle which was won impressively by Douvan last year.

Get our Cheltenham Day 1 Tips, with tips, advice and offers!

Supreme Novices Hurdle
Arkle Chase
Festival Handicap Chase 
Champion Hurdle 
OLBG Mares Hurdle 

National Hunt Chase

Novices Handicap Chase

Cheltenham Tips - Day 2

The Queen Mother Champion Chase is always the highlight of Day 2 and with Un De Sceaux graduating from the novice ranks to take on the older horses it promises to be a fascinating race. Read our tip for this incredible Cheltenham Festival race to see our opinion! Cheltenham Festival Day 2 also features the Neptune Novices Hurdle for future World Hurdlers and the always exciting Cross Country Chase.

Click here for our Cheltenham Day 2 Tips, with tips, advice and offers!

Neptune Novices Hurdle 
RSA Chase 
Coral Cup
Queen Mother Champion Chase 
Cheltenham Cross Country Chase 
Fred Winter Hurdle 
Champion Bumper 

See our Daily Tips page for our Cheltenham Lucky 15 Tip for Day 2 – £1 stake returns £189! Yesterday’s paid £160 profit!

Cheltenham Tips - Day 3

Day 3 of Cheltenham Festival 2014 was one of the most exciting, with the highlight the closely fought Ladbrokes World Hurdle. There’s also a number of big field handicaps which provide big odds winners each year! Our Cheltenham tip for the World Hurdle is a big price so don’t miss out!

Click here for our Cheltenham Day 3 Tips, with tips, advice and offers!

JLT Novices Chase
Pertemps Final
Ryanair Chase 
World Hurdle 
Festival Plate
Mares Novices Hurdle
Kim Muir Challenge Cup

Cheltenham Tips - Day 4

The final day of Cheltenham Festival each year, the Cheltenham Gold Cup is always a thrilling spectacle, while apprentices get their chance to shine in the Conditional Jockeys Hurdle. The Triumph Hurdle for 4 year olds also showcases the horses to watch for Cheltenham Festival 2016! Our two Cheltenham tips for the Gold Cup are both double figure odds, and one is as big as 40/1 in places!

Click here for our Cheltenham Day 4 Tips, with tips, advice and offers!

Triumph Hurdle 
County Hurdle 
Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle
Cheltenham Gold Cup
Foxhunter Chase
Conditionals Handicap Hurdle

Grand Annual