What is Cheltenham Festival? When is it? What are the Championship races? Who are the big favourites? Who will be top Jockey?
The start of the New Year means a good deal of things. New Year’s resolutions have been penalized, you’re working out that beer stomach that is post-December and most importantly — you can start getting excited about the Cheltenham Festival.
But, just what is it? What are the most races that are crucial to be on the watch for? Worth punting on, are there some big favourites? Who would be crowned Top Jockey?
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??????? ?? What is Cheltenham Festival?
For those of you not familiar with Cheltenham, it Christmas day for the most significant event in the calendar — and rather simply horse racing fans.
Featuring?? the best horses it’s the best testing ground for jockeys and trainers.
??????? ??What are the Championship races?
There are just four Championship races. These are the most prestigious races, together on the afternoon with the grand finale .
The championship races are as follows:
Who are the big favorites?
While we’re still months away from your festival, ante article punting has led to a number of high entrants already available at short rates.
Below are a Lot of horses available at 5/1 or briefer:
Who will be Top Jockey?
One of the chief markets heading to Cheltenham Festival, punters can bet on which jockey will win the races during the week.
Nico de Boinville was crowned Top Jockey of this 2019 festival, taking over from preceding (2018) winner, Davy Russell.
For a mightily impressive , rushing legend Ruby Walsh won the most prestigious title Ahead of Russell in a row out of 2012 — 2015.
This year’s odds are forecasting that Paul Towend (15/8) will reign victorious, followed by joint-second favourites Barry Geraghty and Davy Russell — equally 9/2.
Jack Kennedy follows adjacent at 6/1, subsequently comes Nico de Boinville (8/1) along with Rachael Blackmore (8/1).