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South Africa / 11:30 Fairview2
To win
Each Way terms:1/5 1-2-3
7 (9)
Queen Of Pop
Mbongeni Mkhwambi
6 (10)
Lord Millberry
Nkosekhaya Bam
3 (2)
Varsity Bourbon
Sakhepi Ngqabuko
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South Africa / 12:05 Fairview2
To win
Each Way terms:1/5 1-2-3
1 (1)
Jj The Wolf
R Fourie
7 (5)
Greg Cheyne
4 (7)
Divine Law
M J Byleveld
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South Africa / 12:40 Fairview2
To win
Each Way terms:1/5 1-2-3
6 (10)
Blushing Bride
R Fourie
7 (13)
Mistress Of Means
Luyolo Mxothwa
8 (12)
C Maujean
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South Africa / 13:25 Fairview2
To win
Each Way terms:1/5 1-2-3
4 (2)
Rings And Things
Teaque Gould
1 (3)
Greg Cheyne
8 (4)
Fly Thought
R Fourie
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UK & Ireland / 13:45 Ffos Las2
To win
Each Way terms:1/4 1-2-3
3 (9)
Lexington Quest
F Sweeney
6 (12)
Jungle Book
Tyler Saunders
8 (8)
Mac Mccarthy
Finley Marsh
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Cheltenham festival betting

Without a shadow of a doubt, the Cheltenham Festival is the highlight of the National Hunt season. Spanning four days and with 12 Grade One races, the best runners, riders and trainers will head to Prestbury Park for March’s meeting.

Here at 888sport, horse racing betting novices and aficionados alike can access the latest Cheltenham Festival tips and news, as well as odds on every race at the meeting. With so many quality horses competing in every race, the Cheltenham Festival is always full of drama – you won’t want to miss a single minute.

Cheltenham Festival History

The inaugural Cheltenham Festival took place in 1860 but the meeting found its permanent home at Prestbury Park in 1911. Since then, it has been a staple fixture on the racing calendar.

As previously mentioned, the Cheltenham Festival features 12 Grade One races every year – these four are often viewed as the biggest and most prestigious at the meeting:

The Cheltenham Gold Cup is the showpiece race at March’s meeting but it would be unfair to undermine any of the other Grade One races. Approximately 250,000 spectators head to Prestbury Park for the Cheltenham Festival but millions of punters place bets across the country.

Cheltenham Festival Odds 2019

Willie Mullins is likely to have three leading runners in the Cheltenham Gold Cup this year. Al Boum Photo, Bellshill and Kemboy are all high up in the latest Cheltenham Festival betting odds ahead of March’s meeting.

One of the most successful horse racing trainers of all-time, Mullins has never won the Festival’s showpiece race and punters will be hoping for that run to end in March 2019.

Despite his long-term success at the Cheltenham Festival, Mullins has missed out on the Leading Trainer award in each of the last two years. Gordon Elliott, trainer of 2016 Gold Cup winner Don Cossack and 2018 Grand National winner Tiger Roll, is the man to beat after training the most Cheltenham Festival winners in each of the last two years.

Cheltenham Festival 2019 Tips And Betting News

The 888sport blog is the place to go for all of the latest horse racing news and tips – both for the Cheltenham Festival and other major meetings across the United Kingdom and Ireland.

With information on horse racing bonuses, big race previews and insight from horse racing experts, there’s no better way to keep up-to-date with Cheltenham Festival market moves and betting trends.

So, what are you waiting for? Join 888sport today and get stuck into the latest Cheltenham Festival betting odds. With markets on EVERY meeting across the UK & Ireland, 888sport is the best option for horse racing fans.

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