There's one date in the horse racing calendar that sticks out just that little bit more when it comes to what punters look forward to.
Once a year in March, Cheltenham Festival comes around and presents punters across the UK with a plethora of punting fun with the best racing in the world.
But, what are people in Glasgow and Edinburgh? Are those in Birmingham betting the same as those in Belfast? Oddschecker crunched the numbers and put together a handy guide as to what people are backing across the country.
The most popular consensus among those in Scotland's biggest city is that Mengli Khan is the most popular punt.
The Gordon Elliot trained horse exited the Grade 1 Future Champions Hurdle in one of the more dramatic events in the lead up to the festival, but it hasn't dissuaded punters.
Available at 14/1, Glaswegians are certainly looking for some value in their pick for the championship race on the first day at the festival, with 47% of bets from the city on the outside shot.
Whilst betting in Scotland's capital is predominantly consumed with football betting, the city still boasts a decent amount of bets on Cheltenham Festival.
However, slightly differently from Glasgow, the city has voted on a far more straightforward favourite to take the spoils in the Supreme Novices Hurdle.
Getabird is the most popular bet by quite some distance, accumulating 17% of all stakes on the race.
The 9/4 favourite was hammered in after winning the Moscow Flyer Novice Hurdle at Punchestown back in January.
Synonymous with having a punt, Dublin is among if not the horse racing betting capital of Britain.
Home to the aforementioned Punchestown, the Irish have had a taste for horse racing for generations.
And, it would appear Dubliners have a sharp eye for who they fancy for the championship race on the first day, with the punter's darling Samcro being backed.
In total, 18% of all bets from across the city have been placed on the six-year-old, after impressing whilst winning the Deloitte Novice Hurdle at Leopardstown.
Northern Irish punters are looking for value when it comes to the first Championship race of the festival, backing Paloma Blue to take the spoils.
The 20/1 shot is the sixth favourite in the race, however, it hasn't put off those in Belfast with an inclination for racing.
Attracting 21% of bets on the race, the Henry de Bromhead trained six-year-old was a whopping 50/1 on the first of this month.
However, a plethora of attention has seen that price more than halved, with those in Belfast certainly playing their part in sending the odds tumbling.
Saying "aye" and being intrinsically obsessed with football apparently isn't the only similarities between those in Newcastle and those in Glasgow.
When it comes to the Supreme Novices Hurdle, both are backing Mengli Khan to win the opening day extravaganza.
Still able to back at 14/1, Geordies are emulating that of the Northern city when it comes to backing an outside shot for the first championship race.
Although there are certain similarities in day-to-day life between Glasgow and Newcastle, the same isn't necessarily true between Liverpool and Edinburgh.
However, they are backing the same horse on the opening day of the biggest racing festival in the world.
Getabird has chimed in as the most backed horse among Scousers, who appear to like a big favourite over an optimistic long shot.
Willie Mullins is looking to win the race for the fourth time in just six years, and those on Merseyside could be in for a payday if the six-year-old can put together a solid performance.
Manchester is a city that's used to winning under the likes of Sir Alex Ferguson in other sports, but the general consensus pick is far from an overwhelming favourite like Fergie's United.
Kalashnikov is the most backed horse among Mancunians and can currently be found at 6/1 to put some money in Manchester's back pocket.
It's no secret Brummies like a bet, and our data reveals they're piling in on a very notably named horse for the opening day festivities.
Peaky Blinders is a show that has rejuvenated certain areas of Birmingham, and it just so happens that the most backed horse in the city has a Shelby-themed name.
If The Cap Fits is the most popular horse throughout the West Midland's city, purely coincidental with the flat caps that have made the TV drama so famous.
Harry Fry's five-year-old owned by Paul and Clare Rooney, is available at 8/1 on the opening day, and has been bet by 16% of Brummies.
The capital of England is typically where the most amount of money is staked throughout the festival, and this year is no different.
Samcro is the choice of Londoners when it comes to the Supreme, amassing 26% of all bets on the race.
Unbeaten in seven races, the Gordon Elliot trained horse is best priced 5/1 to take the spoils on opening day and enters the festival as the second favourite to Getabird.
"The hype needs to stop; he's only a horse," cried Michael O'Leary after success in the Grade One Deloitte Novice Hurdle.
However, that hype is alive and well in London, with more than a quarter of the capitals punters putting their money on the six-year-old.