myracing Cheltenham Festival Preview Podcast

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Here at, we have organised a packed and informative Cheltenham Preview Podcast, drilling straight down to the facts and getting a host of opinions from some brilliant guests. With the Cheltenham Festival fast approaching, four day’s of the best National Hunt racing, it is crucial to have all the information so you’re ready to tackle this brilliant week. Our Cheltenham Festival tips and previews are available now, but our podcast provides another great angle and cannot be missed if you want to be in the know ready for March 14th!

How to listen?

Simply click on the image above to listen to our Cheltenham Festival Preview for 2017. Alternatively click here to visit our Soundcloud page.

Who is involved?

The podcast is being hosted by At The Races’ Tim Carroll, with the panel consisting of Andrew ThorntonSean Trivass and Matthew Newman. Andrew Thornton needs no introduction, being a multiple Grade 1 winning jockey with over 1000 victories under his belt, including a Gold Cup win on Cool Dawn, with that illustrious landmark reached on Boxing Day 2016 on Kentford Myth. Sean Trivass is a freelance racing journalist with an extensive knowledge of the sport and the same can be said of our very own Matthew Newman, one of our tipsters and writers with a wealth of experience and insight to the world of racing.

As well as these three panellists, we will also be joined on the phone by Nigel Twiston-DaviesDaryl Jacob and Adrian Heskin. Nigel is another who needs very little introduction, with no less than seventeen Cheltenham Festival victories, including a Gold Cup win with Imperial Commander and most recently, an RSA Chase success with Blaklion last year. He also is a contributor for our website, providing us with great insight in his weekly column, exclusively for us. Daryl is a multiple Grade 1 winning jockey who has two Cheltenham Festival wins to his name and a Grand National, winning on Neptune Collonges in one of the best finishes to the race in recent memory. Last but by no means least, Adrian has been having a brilliant season since being retained by Tom George, with two Grade 2 victories to his name and is also a Cheltenham Festival winner, driving home Martello Tower to success in the 2015 Albert Bartlett.

What will we cover?

The featured podcast goes into detail regarding the the key races of the 2017 Cheltenham Festival, with the main races of the day covered. We also have extended versions for each day of the Festival, with all four days getting their own podcast where we will discuss each race in ever greater depth.

Day 1 (March 14th) – Supreme Novices’ Hurdle, Arkle Chase, Champion Hurdle, Mares’ Hurdle
Day 2 (March 15th) – Neptune Novices’ Hurdle, RSA Chase, Queen Mother Champion Chase
Day 3 (March 16th) – JLT Novices’ Chase, Ryanair Chase, Stayers’ Hurdle
Day 4 (March 17th) – Triumph Hurdle, Gold Cup Chase

Charity Bets

Each guest has chosen a tip that will be backed by and all profits will be donated to the Injured Jockeys Fund. Some of these tips will be included in the feature podcast with the rest to be found in the extended daily versions.

Nigel Twiston-Davies: Ballyandy – Supreme Novice Hurdle £20 Win
Matthew Newman: 
The Druids Nephew – Ultima Handicap Chase £10 Each Way
Daryl Jacob: Messire Des Obeaux – Neptune Novices Hurdle £10 Each Way
Andrew Thornton: Neon Wolf – Neptune Novices Hurdle £20 Win
Adrian Heskin: The Worlds End – Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle £10 Each Way

Daily Podcasts

With the Festival only a week away, our Cheltenham Festival tips and previews can be read right now! We have tips for the big races online, with a detailed write up for each summarising why we have sided with that particularly horse. As always, our Twitter is the place for discussions and racing news up to and during the Festival, so don’t miss out and follow us now!

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