Cheltenham Tips 2017 – Best Tips for Cheltenham 2017
I will share my best Cheltenham Tips as well as the logic behind them, for each day of the 2017 Festival, by email between 10:00 and 11:00 each morning. 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 2017 you’re after, then you’ve come to the right place.
My Cheltenham 2017 Tips will be in the form of a single email each morning, previewing that 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. Full details can be found in Cheltenham Tips 2017.
Update: We had a another great week at Cheltenham, with winners like Champagne Classic advised at 33/1, Fayonagh at 10/1, Apples Jade at 9/2, and Might Bite at 7/2, as well as plenty of big priced places from each way bets. Total profit was +52 points, for an ROI of +55%. That’s five winning years from five now, with the overall profit now standing at +326 points, for an ROI of +60%. If you want my best tips all year round then check out my Premium Advisory Service which was launched on the 1st of October 2013, and has had a very impressive first 3 years. The profit since launch until the end of February 2017 is + 1,174 points, which is +€29,350 at the recommended €25 a point stakes, for an exceptional ROI of +19.1%. The recommended starting betting bank for €25 a point stakes is €3,500, so that’s a remarkable 839% bank growth in just over three 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 2017, some interesting statistics and punting angles, as well as a look back at some races from past festivals. The latest article posted is Cheltenham 2017 – Interesting Stats and Potential Angles.
Today the talking stops and the long awaited 2017 Cheltenham Festival kicks off. The big race is the Champion Hurdle, won last season by Annie Power while her stablemate Faugheen won it the year before. Both are ruled out of this years race with injury, so unless Jezki can win it again, it will be a new name on the trophy.
One day down, three to go, and today the highlight is the Queen Mother Champion Chase. Last years winner Sprinter Sacre has been retired, but we have a new star on the scene in Douvan, who has done everything asked of him with ease so far, and will be a short priced favourite to be crowned champion two mile chaser come March.
The big race at Cheltenham on Thursday is the Stayers Hurdle. Thistlecrack was an easy winner of the 2016 edition, but he has now gone chasing, leaving Unowwhatimeanharry at the head of the market. Also on Thursday is the Ryanair Chase, and my Ryanair Chase 2017 Ante Post Preview is 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 2017 Cheltenham Festival. Coneygree became the first novice to win the Gold Cup since 1974, when he won it in 2015. Unfortunately he missed last year’s race through injury, and has also been ruled out of this years race, while last year’s winner Don Cossack has been retired. Thistlecrack the King George has also recently been ruled out, leaving Native River at the head of the market.
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.
You’ve come to the right place for the best Cheltenham 2017 Tips, but to really maximize your returns, you should open new betting accounts, to ensure you get the best price, and avail of the free bets bookmakers offer to new sign ups.
I did an article on a few interesting stats and potential angles for Cheltenham last year, and it will still be relevant for this years festival so have a read of my Cheltenham 2016 Stats [...]