Cheltenham Festival betting provides inspiration for living through the year

Cheltenham Festival betting provides inspiration for living through the year

The Cheltenham Festival racing event is next to the Grand National in prize money in the National Hunt racing calendar UK. The popular event takes place usually coincides with the Saint Patrick’s Day in March and is better known for the ambience and “Cheltenham roar”, the enormous noise the crowd make with the first race of the festival.

Count down for the 2015 Cheltenham Festival has already started and will start on Tuesday the 10th March and will end on Friday 13th March at Prestbury Park in Gloucestershire. The festival includes 27 hotly contested races with around 500 horses The 27 races that consists the Cheltenham Festival are the most severely contested of the entire racing schedule. Around 500 horses compete in the festival for over £6.12 million of total prize amount.

Four racing events The Champion Hurdle, the World Hurdle the Queen Mother Champion Chase, and the Cheltenham Gold Cup are the main attraction of Cheltenham festival though the Supreme Novices Hurdle, the first race always witness huge betting activities.

Whatever may be the weather, the real spring comes in Gloucestershire with the traditional starting roar of the first race of the Cheltenham Festival. The roar exhilarates the crowd of high drama, neck-to-neck contest and huge betting with gallons of beers sunk for taking toll of the wallet and the liver as well.

Many betting organization come up with amazing betting offer ensuring that best prices are offered on every horse so that the bets placed are safe. The festival which is divided into Champion day, Ladies day, St Patrick’s Day, Gold cup day will hold 27 races.

The racing arena is divided into 4 enclosures such as the best mate enclosure for viewing from the opposite side of the finishing line; Tattersalls enclosure, club enclosures with betting hall, bars and buffets and the Guinness Grandstand for relishing a drink in the famous Guinness Village.

Cheltenham festival betting tips are available on channel4 racing provided by the experts in horse racing who opines analyzing previous results and depending on the whispers and connections.

Cheltenham festival witnesses the traditional rivalries between the top English and Irish horses and this makes the festival unique. The Irish punters take on the Cheltenham book makers in their annual pilgrimage Gloucestershire countryside they all wait for throughout the year.