Cheltenham Tips 2016 – Best Tips for Cheltenham 2016
I will share my best Cheltenham Tips as well as the logic behind them, for each day of the 2016 Festival, posted on this site the evening before. Everybody likes a bet at the Cheltenham Festival. Some people will bet for fun. I’m a professional gambler by trade, so I bet to win. So if its expert previews and tips for Cheltenham 2016 you’re after, then you’ve come to the right place.
My Cheltenham 2016 Tips will be in the form of a single post each evening, previewing the following day’s racing. I will list all my best bets for that day, and will include the reasoning behind each bet, as well as any comments on other runners that I feel might present a profitable betting angle. My Tips and Preview for Day Four of Cheltenham 2016 is now posted.
Despite some unlucky losers like If In Doubt and Voix De Reve, the was another very successful Cheltenham for this website, with a profit of +57 points to recommend stakes. Since this site was launched four years ago my Cheltenham Festival tips have made an overall profit of +274 points on recommended bets. The ROI is a remarkable +61%. On my sister website Learn Bet Win, my Premium Advisory Service was launched on the 1st of October 2013, and has had a very impressive first 2 years. The profit since launch until the end of February 2016 is + 1,090 points, which is +€27,249 at the recommended €25 a point stakes, for an exceptional ROI of +23.5%. The recommended starting betting bank for €25 a point stakes is €3,500, so that’s a remarkable 779% bank growth in just over two years, so if you want my best tips all year round, then you need to check that out.
My Cheltenham Countdown Blog will include Ante Post Tips for Cheltenham 2016, some interesting statistics and punting angles, as well as a look back at some races from past festivals. I have already previewed three of the big races for this years festival.
Today the talking stops and the long awaited 2016 Cheltenham Festival kicks off. The big race is the Champion Hurdle, won last season by Faugheen. He has recently been ruled out of a repeat bid because of injury. Can one of his stablemates step up to the plate?
One day down, three to go, and today the highlight is the Queen Mother Champion Chase. Can Sprinter Sacre bounce back to his best, and repeat his win of 2013, or will last seasons Arkle winner Un De Sceaux step up to claim the big one?
The big race at Cheltenham on Thursday is the World Hurdle. Cole Harden won the 2015 World Hurdle. Thistlecrack has improved this season and is currently a red hot favourite.
This is the one we’ve all been waiting for, The Gold Cup is the big race of the week, and it’s the last day of the 2016 Cheltenham Festival. Last season Coneygree became the first novice to win the Gold Cup since 1974. Unfortunately he’s sustained an injury this season, but it still looks like being a very good race.
The bookies offer some amazing concessions during the Cheltenham festival. Some are so good, you could back every horse in the race to guarantee yourself a profit. I review the best of them in Cheltenham Betting Offers.
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