Cheltenham Betting Odds


Cheltenham is the home of National Hunt racing, located at Prestbury Park in Gloucestershire and host to the Cheltenham Festival over four days in March. Ante-post betting can be found at Cheltenham Festival Odds.

13:15 - Velcourt Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle

2m 5f 26y class 3 (3yo plus)

Melrose Boyin15/8

Wylde Magicin8

Lip Servicein9

Atlantic Greyin11

Another Frontier14


Rebel Yeats18

Cornish Warrior25


Tynecastle Parkout25

Maguires Glen28


Bye Bye O Bye33

Charlies Charmout33

Buckle Streetout40

Potters Storyout40

Sheer Poetryout40


Gran Maestroout66

Lambs Lane66

Non-Runners: Undefined Beauty, Tempuran, Samson, Black Ivory (20 Run)

13:50 - Racing Post Arkle Trophy Trial Novices' Chase (Grade 2) (Registered As The November Novices' Chase)

1m 7f 199y class 1 (4yo plus)

River Wyldein10/11

North Hill Harveyin15/8

Ozzie The Oscarin8

Non-Runners: Capitaine (3 Run)

14:25 - Shloer Chase (Grade 2) (Registered As The Cheltenham Chase)

1m 7f 199y class 1 (4yo plus)

Fox Nortonin10/11

Cloudy Dreamin7/2

Special Tiaraout8

Simply Nedin12


Sir Valentino28

Non-Runners: None (All 6 Run)

15:00 - Unibet Greatwood Handicap Hurdle (Grade 3)

2m 87y class 1 (4yo plus)

London Prizein5





The New Onein12

Tigris Riverin12


Old Guardin16

William H Bonneyout18


Ivanovich Gorbatovout28

Project Bluebook33

Non-Runners: Flying Tiger, Amour de Nuit, Top Othe Ra (13 Run)

15:30 - Sky Bet Supreme Trial Novices' Hurdle (Registered As The Sharp Novices' Hurdle) (Grade 2)

2m 87y class 1 (4yo plus)

Dame De Compagniein1

Slate House2


Better Getalong14

Summerville Boy25

Non-Runners: None (All 5 Run)

16:00 - High Sheriff Of Gloucestershire's Standard Open NH Flat Race (Listed)

2m 87y class 1 (4-6yo)

Crooks Peakin4


Air Navigatorin6



Sizing Cusimanoout9

Lisdoonvarna Lad14

Rio Quintoout18

Rockery Gardenout25



Mount Baturout40

Non-Runners: None (All 12 Run)

Cheltenham  race tracks

NextCheltenham race tracks -

Cheltenham is the home of National Hunt racing, with the Festival in March the undoubted highlight of the jumps season. Two main courses are situated within Prestbury Park, known as the 'old' and 'new' courses. The old course hosts the November meeting and first two days of the Festival, with the new course used for the December meeting and last two days of the Festival. Inside the two lies a cross country course, which is used for several races a year.

The track is an undulating, galloping test, with a downhill run from around half a mile out. The final 300 yards or so are all uphill, and can change the complexion of a race dramatically, so stamina is at a premium.

For odds on the Festival, including the Gold Cup and Champion Hurdle, get straight to Cheltenham Festival Betting, while our National Hunt expert provides his best ante-post bets at Cheltenham Festival Tips.