A clash for the ages, comprising all twenty eight races from the Cheltenham Festival. The four-day event, the greatest show on turf, will play witness to a battle between two of the biggest names in racing.
No, it’s not Nicky Henderson versus Willie Mullins, nor Gigginstown versus JP McManus or Barry Geraghty versus Davy Russell. It’s the myracing versus The Racing Blogger Cheltenham Festival tipping challenge.
Both us at myracing and The Racing Blogger will go head to head in a Cheltenham Festival tipping competition. Selections for all twenty eight races will be made, from the Gold Cup to the Ultima Handicap Chase, the Champion Hurdle to the Foxhunters’ Chase.
A portfolio of 28pts is on offer throughout the week. One point for each race of the Festival, with the competitor with the best return throughout the week taking all.
We’ll also team up to provide you with some exclusive content. The Racing Blogger will provide a video preview of the four Championship races (Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Champion Chase, Stayers’ Hurdle and the Gold Cup) as well as the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle and the Ryanair Chase. Stay tuned for those, as well as our tipping competition.
Added to that, we’ll be giving £500 to a mental health charity of The Racing Blogger’s choice. We hope this will raise awareness of the importance of mental health, in both the racing community and the wider world.
myracing’s Cheltenham Coverage
Our tipping competition versus The Racing Blogger will form just one part of our Cheltenham Festival coverage. Along with tips for each of the 28 races, including our Best Bet of the Day, we’ll assess the chances of each contender at the Festival in our race-by-race previews.
We also hope to become your first port of call during the Greatest Show on Turf. We’ll have exclusive Cheltenham content including a daily Placepot recommendation, all the key statistics and trends and much more!
Gordon Elliott’s big-priced Nap Of The Festival, the lowdown on the 10 Festival handicaps as well as news of a well-backed contender for Willie Mullins are some of the topics we’ve covered already. The myracing portable charger will mean you’re never out of charge at the 2020 Cheltenham Festival.