Cheltenham Tips 2015 – Best Tips for Cheltenham 2015
I will share my best Cheltenham Tips as well as the reasoning behind them, for each day of the 2015 Festival, posted on this site before midday everyday. 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 2015 you’re after, then you’ve come to the right place.
My Cheltenham 2015 Tips will be in the form of a single post daily before noon. 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. Also check out my full Ante Post Previews and Tips in my Cheltenham Countdown Blog.
Since this site was launched two years ago my tips have made an overall profit of +144 points on recommended bets. The ROI is a remarkable +64%. On my sister website Learn Bet Win, my Premium Advisory Service is proving very successful since launched, with a profit of +763 points, for an ROI of +26.4% after just over 15 months. All Cheltenham 2015 Tips will be free.
Update: Another exceptional year for Cheltenham Tips, with a profit of +73.5 points, for an ROI of +66%. Highlights were wins for The Druids Nephew, advised at 9/1, Moon Racer at 7/1, Call The Cops at 12/1, and today for Martello Tower at 14/1 SP, and Kiltullagh Vic at 11/1. If you want my advice all year round then check out my Premium Advisory Service.
My Cheltenham Countdown Blog will include Ante Post Tips for Cheltenham 2015, reviews of some of the big trials, as well as a look back at some races from past festivals. My latest post is my World Hurdle Preview and Tips, and I’ve also previewed the other three big races at this years festival.
Today the talking stops and the long awaited 2015 Cheltenham Festival kicks off. The big race is the Champion Hurdle, won twice in the last four years by Hurricane Fly, can he record a third victory at the age of eleven, or will his stablemate Faugheen maintain his unbeaten record? My Cheltenham 2015 Tips for Day One are now live.
One day down, three to go, and today the highlight is the Queen Mother Champion Chase. Can Sprinter Sacre bounce back after missing last years event through injury, or will Sire De Grugy retain the title he won so impressively last season? My Cheltenham Tips 2015 for Day Two are now posted.
The big race at Cheltenham on Thursday is the World Hurdle. More Of That retained his unbeaten record over hurdles when winning last years race, but has since met with defeat and misses the race through injury. His absence leaves a wide open look to the race. Day three tips for Cheltenham 2015 are now posted.
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 2015 Cheltenham Festival. Can 2013 winner Bobs Worth come back to form after a few below par efforts, or will Lord Windermere follow up last years shock victory? My best Cheltenham Tips for Friday are now posted.
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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My name is Declan Meagher. I’ve been a professional gambler for 14 years. My sister website Learn Bet Win is aimed at teaching punters the tools they need to beat the bookies. In October 2013 I launched my Premium Advisory Service, which has around 15 bets a week, and is already +763 points, for an ROI of +26.4%. If you want to bet with a pro on a regular basis, then you really should check it out.
With last years winner More Of That sidelined with injury and the horse who chased him home, Annie Power likely to run in the Mares Hurdle instead, this years race has a decidedly average look […]
Can last years winner Sire De Grugy retain his crown, or will Sprinter Sacre bounce back from the injuries that kept him off the track for over a year? Below is my Ante Post Preview […]
The 2015 Champion Hurdle is run at Cheltenham on Tuesday March the 10th. The race brings together previous winners in Jezki and Hurricane Fly, but it is last years Neptune winner, Faugheen that heads the […]