9Sir Gerhard J: Rachael Blackmore 85/40
6Kilcruit J: Paul Townend 10/11F
12Elle Est Belle J: Harry Skelton 16/1
10Three Stripe Life J: Jack Kennedy 10/1
15Super Six J: Tom Bellamy 80/1
13Grangee J: Danny Mullins 18/1
11Wonderwall J: James Bowen 50/1
7Ramillies J: B J Cooper 14/1
14I Like To Move It J: Sam Twiston-Davies 40/1
8Shearer t J: A P Heskin 50/1
1Chemical Energy J: Robbie Power 50/1
2Cool Jet J: Brian Hayes 50/1
5Jack's A Legend J: Tom O'Brien 80/1
3Creggan White Hare t J: Jamie Bargary 300/1
The best four days in the U.K racing calendar, the Cheltenham Festival, begins on Tuesday 16th March until Friday 19th March 2021. We will have Cheltenham Festival Tips for every one of the twenty-eight races, with full runner by runner previews as well as the best Cheltenham Free Bets being offered by the bookmakers.
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Our Cheltenham Festival Day Two tips cover one of the highlights of the Festival – the Champion Chase – as well as some fiendishly tricky handicaps and the Champion Bumper to close the day. Find our tips, special offers and racecards below for Wednesday’s action here.
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Ballymore Novices' Hurdle (Grade 1) (Registered as The Baring Bingham) (GBB Race)
Brown Advisory Novices' Chase (Grade 1) (Registered as The Broadway Novices' Chase) (GBB Race)
Coral Cup Handicap Hurdle (Grade 3) (GBB Race)
Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase (Grade 1) (GBB Race)
Glenfarclas Chase (A Cross Country Chase) (GBB Race)
Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Challenge Cup Handicap Chase (Grade 3) (GBB Race)
Weatherbys Champion Bumper (A Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race) (Grade 1) (GBB Race)
Cheltenham Festival Tips Day Two
Wednesday kicks off with the Ballymore, Envoi Allen one of the shortest-priced favourites on the week here. Nine of the last twelve runnings have gone to Ireland, the market suggesting it will once more. The RSA has seen Denman, Bobs Worth and Lord Windermere all follow up their wins here in the Cheltenham Gold Cup the following year. The 2020 RSA Chase has seen a number at the head of the betting on the deck on their latest starts, not ideal prep for the Cheltenham Festival.
There are few better sights in racing than two-mile chasers in full flight. The 2020 Queen Mother Champion Chase has all the makings of a classic with defending champion Altior taking on a Defi Du Seuil and Chacun Poir Soi in what could be the race of the entire week.
Tiger Roll looks for another Cheltenham Festival win in the Cross Country Chase, many will see both he and Envoi Allen as cornerstones to Wednesday Cheltenham accas. Seventeen of the last twenty-three runnings of the Champion Bumper have gone back to Ireland, Willie Mullins responsible for nine winners in the history of the race.
Two fiendishly difficult handicaps on the card include the Coral Cup, where Nicky Henderson has had three of the last ten winners, and the Fred Winter, which sees those not quite up to Triumph Hurdle standard get their chance to shine. The latter race has seen a Paul Nicholls winner three times in the past decade.
Our Wednesday Cheltenham tips will cover all these races in fantastic detail, so make sure to check out this page regularly for our latest predictions.
Cheltenham Day Two Schedule
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Cheltenham Festival Tips Day Two FAQs
When does day two of the Cheltenham Festival begin?
Day two of the Cheltenham Festival takes place on Wednesday 17 March 2021, and features seven fantastic races.
What is the feature event for day two?
The feature event is the Grade One Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase, which looks set to be yet another thrilling renewal.
Who won the Queen Mother Champion Chase in 2020?
Last year’s winner was Politologue. The trainer is Paul Nicholls and the owner is John Hales.