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Cheltenham Festival Day 4 Tips

Friday 18th March 13:20

The closing day of the festival features the Cheltenham Gold Cup. WhichBookie racing analysts Will Smith and Andrew Blair White provide their tips for day 4 races below. Click through from a tip to read the full article.

Bookie Selection Best Odds Market Bet
Bardenstown Lad
(view this tip here)
50/1 Ante Post
E/W
2.30 - Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle
Place Bet
Put The Kettle On
(view this tip here)
11/1 Ante Post
Win
4.15 - Mares' Chase
Place Bet

Date of Tips: 04/11/2020

Disclaimer The odds for these selections were correct at the time of publishing (15:05 04/11/2020) but may have changed since. Please check the latest price before placing your bet.

2022 Cheltenham Festival Day 4

The final day of the 2022 Cheltenham Festival takes place on Friday 18th March and features the highlight of the festival – The Cheltenham Gold Cup.

The Cheltenham Gold Cup attracts seasoned bettors as well as those who have never bet on racing before and if you’re looking for Gold Cup tips or betting tips for any other of the six races taking place on day 4 of the festival, you’re in the right place.

2022 Cheltenham Festival Day 4 Ante-Post Tips

If you want to get the biggest odds on your selections, ante-post bets are often the best choice. Here at WhichBookie, racing tipster Will Smith, who has been featured on popular racing channels such as William Hill Racing & Racing TV, along with Andrew Blair White, will be providing ante-post tips for various races on Gold Cup day and all other days of the 2022 Cheltenham Festival.

2022 Cheltenham Festival Day 4 Tips

Although you generally get a higher price with ante-post bets, there is also a risk of your selections not running in the race due to injury or other issues. Therefore, some prefer to wait until the day of the race to place their bets which also allows them to take advantage of any betting offers which are available on the race.

Both Will & Andrew will be closely monitoring all horses in the months leading up to the 2022 Cheltenham Festival and will also be providing tips closer to the time. Be sure to check this page regularly to view the latest Cheltenham tips. You can also view tips for each individual race using the links below.

Cheltenham Festival Day 4 Tips

Friday 18th March 2022
1.20pm Triumph Hurdle3.40pm - The Challenge Cup Chase
1.55 - The County Handicap Hurdle4.15pm - The Mrs Paddy Power Mares' Chase
2.40 - The Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle Race4.50pm - Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle
3.05 - The Gold Cup

Want to take a look at our selections for the rest of the festival? Click on a day below.

Day 4 of The Cheltenham Festival concludes four days of racing at Cheltenham Racecourse and features the highlight of The Festival, The Cheltenham Gold Cup.

In this Cheltenham Festival Final Day guide, we’ll be taking a closer look at each of the seven races taking place and sharing details such as the start times and previous winners along with some interesting facts.

See the table below for details on all of the races taking place on the Friday of Cheltenham Festival 2022. Individual race details can be found further down the page.

Start TimeRace
13:20The JCB Triumph Hurdle
13:55The McCoy Contractors County Handicap Hurdle
14:30The Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle
15:05The Cheltenham Gold Cup
15:40The St. James’s Place Challenge Cup
16:15The Mrs Paddy Power Mares' Steeple Chase
16:50Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle

The JCB Triumph Hurdle

  • Date: Friday 18th March 2022
  • Start Time: 13:20
  • Distance: 2m 139y
  • Type: Hurdle
  • Prize Money: £125,000

Looking for the best JCB Triumph Hurdle odds? Click here.

The JCB Triumph Hurdle is the first race taking place on day 4 of The 2022 Cheltenham Festival and features eight hurdles over a distance of approximately 2 miles and 1 furlong.

 Triumph Hurdle Previous Winners

YearHorseAgePriceTrainerJockey
2021Quilixios 47-4Henry De BromheadRachael Blackmore
2020Burning Victory412-1Willie MullinsPaul Townend
2019Pentland Hills420-1Nicky HendersonNico de Boinville
2018Farclas49-1Gordon ElliottJack Kennedy
2017Defi Du Seuil45-2FPhilip HobbsRichard Johnson
2016Ivanovich Gorbatov49-2FAidan O’BrienBarry Geraghty
2015Peace And Co42-1FNicky HendersonBarry Geraghty
2014Tiger Roll410-1Gordon ElliottDavy Russell
2013Our Conor44-1Dessie HughesBryan Cooper
2012Countrywide Flame433-1John QuinnDougie Costello
2011Zarkandar413-2Paul NichollsDaryl Jacob

Did You Know?

  •  All of the previous 10 winners were aged 4
  •  8 of the last 10 winners were priced at 10-1 or shorter
  •  Nicky Henderson has trained 7 winners in the Triumph Hurdle

You can watch The JCB Triumph Hurdle live on ITV or stream the race live on Bet365.


The McCoy Contractors County Handicap Hurdle

  • Date: Friday 18th March 2022
  • Start Time: 13:55
  • Distance: 2m 179y
  • Type: Hurdle
  • Prize Money: £100,000

Looking for the best McCoy Contractors County Handicap Hurdle odds? Click here.

The McCoy Contractors County Handicap Hurdle features eight hurdles over a course distance of approximately 2 miles and 1 furlong.

County Handicap Hurdle Previous Winners

YearHorseAgePriceTrainerJockey
2021Belfast Banter633-1Peter FaheyKevin Sexton
2020Saint Roi511-2fWillie MullinsBarry Geraghty
2019Ch’tibello812-1Dan SkeltonHarry Skelton
2018Mohaayed633-1Dan SkeltonBridget Andrews
2017Arctic Fire820-1Willie MullinsPaul Townend
2016Superb Story58-1Dan SkeltonHarry Skelton
2015Wicklow Brave625-1Willie MullinsPaul Townend
2014Lac Fontana511-1Paul NichollsDaryl Jacob
2013Ted Veale610-1Tony MartinBryan Cooper
2012Alderwood820-1Thomas MullinsTony McCoy
2011Final Approach510-1Willie MullinsRuby Walsh

Did You Know?

  • 9 of the last 10 winners were priced at 10-1 or greater
  • 7 of the last 10 winners were aged 5 or 6
  • 7 of the last 10 winners were trained by either Dan Skelton or Willie Mullins

You can watch The McCoy Contractors County Handicap Hurdle live on ITV or stream the race live on Bet365.


The Albert Bartlett  Novices’ Hurdle

  • Date: Friday 18th March 2022
  • Start Time: 14:30
  • Distance: 2m 7f
  • Type: Hurdle
  • Prize Money: £125,000

Looking for the best Albert Bartlett  Novices’ Hurdle odds? Click here.

The Albert Bartlett  Novices’ Hurdle is set to take place at 14:50 on Friday 18th at the Cheltenham Festival.

The race is also known as The Spa Novices’ Hurdle and features twelve jumps over a distance of approximately 2 miles and 7 furlongs.

It was introduced in 2005 as a new race when a 4th day was added to The Festival.

Albert Bartlett  Novices’ Hurdle Previous Winners

YearHorseAgePriceTrainerJockey
2021Vanillier614-1Gavin CromwellMark Walsh
2020Monkfish65-1Willie MullinsP Townend
2019Minella Indo650-1H De BromheadRachael Blackmore
2018Kilbricken Storm733-1Colin TizzardHarry Cobden
2017Penhill616-1Willie MullinsPaul Townend
2016Unowhatimeanharry811-1Harry FryNoel Fehily
2015Martello Tower714-1Margaret MullinsAdrian Heskin
2014Very Wood533-1Noel MeadePaul Carberry
2013At Fishers Cross611-8FRebecca CurtisTony McCoy
2012Brindisi Breeze67-1Lucinda RussellCampbell Gillies
2011Bobs Worth615-8FNicky HendersonBarry Geraghty

Did You Know?

  • All of the last 10 winners had at least 3 runs over hurdles
  • 8 of the last 10 winners were aged 6 or 7
  • 4 of the last 10 winners were priced at 33-1 or greater

You can watch The Albert Bartlett  Novices’ Hurdle live on ITV or stream the race live on Bet365.


The WellChild Cheltenham Gold Cup

  • Date: Friday 18th March 2022
  • Start Time: 15:05
  • Distance: 3m 2f
  • Type: Chase
  • Prize Money: £625,000

Looking for the best Cheltenham Gold Cup odds? Click here.

The WellChild Cheltenham Gold Cup takes place at 15:30 on the final day of The Cheltenham Festival and is the most prestigious of all National Hunt events.

There are 22 fences to be jumped in the race over a distance of approximately 3 miles and 2 furlongs.

Our Cheltenham Gold Cup tips page features selections from WhichBookie racing analysts Will Smith & Andrew Blair White.

Cheltenham Gold Cup Previous Winners

YearHorseAgePriceTrainerJockey
2021Minella Indo89-1Henry De BromheadJack Kennedy
2020Al Boum Photo810-3Willie MullinsPaul Townend
2019Al Boum Photo712-1Willie MullinsPaul Townend
2018Native River85-1Colin TizzardRichard Johnson
2017Sizing John77-1Jessica HarringtonRobbie Power
2016Don Cossack99-4FGordon ElliottBryan Cooper
2015Coneygree87-1Mark BradstockNico de Boinville
2014Lord Windermere820-1Jim CullotyDavy Russell
2013Bobs Worth811-4FNicky HendersonBarry Geraghty
2012Synchronised98-1Jonjo O’NeillTony McCoy
2011Long Run67-2FNicky HendersonSam Waley-Cohen

Did You Know?

  • All of the last 10 winners were aged 7 to 9
  • 9 of the last 10 winners had won over 3 miles previously
  • 7 of the last 10 winners had won or placed at the Cheltenham Festival

You can watch The Cheltenham Gold Cup live on ITV or stream the race live on Bet365.


The St. James’s Place Foxhunters Challenge Cup

  • Date: Friday 18th March 2022
  • Start Time: 15:40
  • Distance: 3m 2f
  • Type: Chase
  • Prize Money: £45,000

Looking for the best The St. James’s Place Challenge Cup Open odds? Click here.

The St. James’s Place Foxhunters Challenge Cup Chase features 22 fences over a distance of approximately 3 miles and 2 ½ furlongs.

It is a race for amateur riders and takes place over the same course and distance as the Cheltenham Gold Cup which features just 40 minutes prior. The race is sometimes called the ‘Amateur Gold Cup’.

Foxhunters Challenge Cup Previous Winners

YearHorseAgePriceTrainerJockey
2021Porlock Bay1016-1Lorcan WilliamsWill Biddick
2020It Came To Pass1066/1E M O'SullivanMaxine O'Sullivan
2019Hazel Hill117-2FPhilip RowleyAlex Edwards
2018Pacha Du Polder1125-1Paul NichollsHarriet Tucker
2017Pacha Du Polder1016-1Paul NichollsBryony Frost
2016On The Fringe1113-8FEnda BolgerNina Carberry
2015On The Fringe106-1Enda BolgerNina Carberry
2014Tammys Hill915-2Liam LennonJames Smyth
2013Salsify82-1FRodger SweeneyColman Sweeney
2012Salsify77-1Rodger SweeneyColman Sweeney
2011Zemsky833-1Ian FergusonDerek O’Connor

Did You Know?

  • 9 of the last 10 winners had won over 3 miles previously
  • 7 of the last 10 winners were priced at 15/2 or shorter
  • 7 of the last 10 winners were aged 7 – 10

You can watch The St. James’s Place Foxhunter Challenge Cup live on ITV or stream the race live on Bet365.


The Mrs Paddy Power Mares Steeple Chase

  • Date: Friday 18th March 2022
  • Start Time: 16:15
  • Distance: 2m about 4 1/2 f
  • Type: Chase
  • Prize Money: £90,000 

This new Grade 2 steeplechase is ran for just the second time after being introduced last year as the penultimate race on the final day of the 2022 Festival and replaces the Listed Novices Handicap Chase.

Sponsored by Paddy Power, the race is named after former Cheltenham Racecourse Chairman Robert Waley-Cohen’s mare and will be officially registered as The Liberthine Mares Chase.

The race will be ran on the New Course at Cheltenham over two miles and four and a quarter furlongs with 17 fences to be jumped. The chase is the first mares race to run on Gold Cup Day and its introduction has been welcomed by leading figures in the racing industry for the encouragement it will provide owners and trainers to develop Jumping mares.

The Mrs Paddy Power Mares Chase Previous Winners

YearHorseAgePriceTrainerJockey
2021Colreevy88-1Willie MullinsPaul Townend

Looking for the best Mrs Paddy Power Mares Chase odds? Click here.

You can stream the Mrs Paddy Power Mares Chase on Bet365.


Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle

  • Date: Friday 18th March 2022
  • Start Time: 16:50
  • Distance: 2m 4f
  • Type: Hurdle
  • Prize Money: £70,000

Looking for the best Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle odds? Click here.

Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle concludes four days of racing at The 2022 Cheltenham Festival. The race features nine hurdles over a distance of approximately 2 miles and 4 furlongs.

This will be the 12th year the race has taken place with it being introduced in 2009 and named in honour of trainer Martin Pipe who had no less than 34 victories at The Cheltenham Festival.

Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle Previous Winners

YearHorseAgePriceTrainerJockey
2021Galopin Des Champs58-1Willie MullinsSean O'Keefe
2020Indefatigable725-1P R WebberRex Dingle
2019Early Doors65-1Joseph O’BrienJonjo O’Neill Jr
2018Blow By Blow711-1Gordon ElliottDonagh Meyler
2017Champagne Classic612-1Gordon ElliottJ J Slevin
2016Ibis Du Rheu514-1Paul NichollsJack Sherwood
2015Kilultagh Vic67-1Willie MullinsL P Dempsey
2014Don Poli512-1Willie MullinsM P Fogarty
2013Salubrious616-1Paul NichollsHarry Derham
2012Attaglance620-1Malcolm JeffersonHarry Haynes
2011Sir Des Champs59-2FWillie MullinsEmmet Mullins

Did You Know?

  • 9 of the last 10 winners were aged 5 or 6
  • 8 of the last 10 winners had won previously that season
  • Only 1 of the last 10 winners was the SP Favourite

You can stream the Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle on Bet365.

That concludes our round-up for day 4 of The 2022 Cheltenham Festival. Click to view the latest 2022 Cheltenham Festival Betting Offers.

Previous Tips

2021 Cheltenham Festival Day 4 Tips [expired]

 
1.20 – Triumph Hurdle
A select field of 8 runners here, and it looks an up-to-standard renewal of the race with the Irish duo, Zanahiyr and Quilixios, looking to blitz the British challengers, headed by Tritonic. , and see no reason whatsoever to err from that. The 2m1f trip on the New Course will be right up his street.
 
1.55 – County Hurdle
Fiendish as ever, with plenty of likely improvers, headed by Ganapathi, You Raised Me Up, Champagne Gold and Captain Kangaroo. While the dyed-in-the-wool classy handicappers like Petit Mouchoir, Buildmeupbuttercup and Edwarsdstone, will also surely play their part.

Thyme White, Milkwood and Third Time Lucki will win nice handicaps for sure, but I feel they may be best suited to the flat tracks of Aintree, Ayr and Haydock as the spring draws on.

However, there is a bet in here, and that is Gary Moore’s Fifty Ball, who at 12/1 each-way with Skybet represents the Betfair Hurdle form that has begun to work out, and will continue to do so.

Sky Bet are offering a whopping 8 places on the race, and with the guarantee that Fifty Ball will stay every yard of the stiff 2m1f, given he has won over further and is by the same sire as the likes of Coko Beach, Five O’Clock and Fakiera (all cast-iron stayers) – he wouldn’t have to improve on the Betfair Hurdle form to take a hand, but could well do so.

 
2.30 – Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle
A belting renewal of this dour test of a young staying hurdler, and so many are unexposed at the trip, with the potential to improve for it. That profile is most notably defined by our ante-post selection Fakiera, advised at 10/1 just over a month ago. All the same points highlighted then, also apply now, and I don’t see any need to side with anything else in the race.
 
3.05 – Gold Cup
Two ante-post selections for the biggest race of them all, in the shape of A Plus Tard and Minella Indo, both trained by Henry De Bromhead, who has had a stellar week of course. If one of these two win it would top it off for him – and if you’re not on at the advised prices, then there is still plenty of juice about both.
 
3.40 – Festival Hunters’ Chase
No bet here.
 
4.15 – Mares’ Chase
Again, no strong opinion
 
4.50 – Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle
The handicaps this week have been very tricky for punters to find the winners, in stark contrast to last season, where it seemed as if every well-backed favourite scooted in. In an effort to close the meeting on a good note, I am going to suggest backing two here – one a likely market principal, and the other an outsider, in a bid to cover both angles.

Langer Dan, is going for the extra £100k bonus for winning the Imperial Cup last Saturday, and any Cheltenham Festival race. Such was the ease with which he went through the race at Sandown, and put it to bed in very testing ground, it strongly suggested he was in the form of his life.

Since he ran on into sixth in last season’s Boodles, I had him marked down as handicap winner-in-waiting once upped to around 2m4f on decent ground. So, to do what Langer Dan did at Sandown, which was no more than an exercise gallop for him, I think he can give the Skelton’s and owner Colm Donlon a big payday. At 11/2 with Sky Bet, who offer 6 places, he is a definite each-way bet.

The outsider to back is previous Mares’ Novice Hurdle winner Eglantine Du Seuil, who at 33/1 each-way with Betfred, also 6 places, is a wild price for a previous Festival winner.

She has shaped on more than one occasion this season that she retains plenty of ability, including a good run here at Cheltenham in December, confirming her liking for the track. Soft or heavy ground has blunted here on a number of other runs, but the upside is that her handicap mark has crept below the ceiling for this race, which I’m sure is a notion not lost on master planner Paul Nicholls.

2020 Cheltenham Festival Day 4 Tips [expired]

The opening race is the Triumph Hurdle, and regular followers will have 50/1 each-way about Sir Psycho, who looks the stable second string behind Solo admittedly, but the more I weigh up this race, the more I think he has an outstanding chance. I’m more than happy to let this race pass by without another selection, though if I had to play at the top of the market, Allmankind would be the pick.

While in the Albert Bartlett (Thyme Hill 5/1 and The Cashel Man 50/1) and the Foxhunters (Minella Rocco 6/1 and Shantou Flyer 12/1), again I am very content to sit where we are with those. The Grand Annual looks an absolute minefield, so it is left to the two handicap hurdles and the big one, the Gold Cup, to provide us with any remaining bets.

2.10 – County Hurdle

Ciel De Neige – 7/1 EW (Skybet, 888Sport, Betfred, Betway 6 places)

Sir Valentine – 25/1 EW (888, Betfred 6 places)

Zanza – 40/1 EW (BetVictor, Coral 5 places)

There are five handicap hurdles at the Cheltenham Festival, and at the time of writing, JP McManus has won two out of those five with Dame De Compagnie and Aramax winning the Coral Cup and the Boodles, respectively. Once you come to read this, he may well have added the Pertemps Final with one of his five-strong battalion.

If he does so, it is entirely possible that he could complete the clean sweep by winning the County Hurdle and the Martin Pipe Conditional Jockey’s Handicap Hurdle on Friday. His main chance in the County, looks to be with Ciel De Niege, who was a notable second in the best handicap hurdle run either side of the Irish Sea this season, the Betfair Hurdle. Hitting the front perhaps too soon and wandering around in the closing stages of the Betfair Hurdle, he also fairly charged up the hill to finish fourth in last year’s Boodles on his debut for Willie Mullins. Clearly an improved horse since then, he can take this off just a 6lb higher handicap mark.

In extolling the virtues of the Betfair Hurdle, it is worth adding a couple of big priced each-way bets on horses that featured prominently in that race also. Sir Valentine was an honourable fourth there, and granted a bit more juice in the ground and a stiffer test of stamina, he can go very well at 25/1. While arguably the best bet comes at 40/1 about Zanza, who was a close sixth in that race. That doesn’t tell the whole story, as he was the only horse to make up any kind of ground from an early hold-up position.

3.30 – Gold Cup

Delta Work – 5/1 EW (Skybet 5 places)

Time for the main event, and it is sure to be an absolutely absorbing affair. Last year’s winner Al Boum Photo is back for more, and has had an identical preparation to last season. He fairly sprinted up the hill and away from his toiling rivals, which include the re-opposing Bristol De Mai, Clan Des Obeaux and Presenting Percy.

I think Clan Des Obeaux can get closer to him, but I’m not sure he has enough improvement in him to trouble last year’s winner. So, if there is to be a new contender for the blue riband crown, then it will come from last year’s novices, and most notably one of the two horses that fought out the finish to last year’s RSA Chase – Santini or Delta Work.

Santini was impressive when beating Bristol De Mai cosily in the Cotswold Chase, and could improve again in the first-time cheekpieces and with a much better preparation than for last year’s festival. But I have been struck by the unassuming rate of improvement that Delta Work has show in his last two Grade 1 wins at Leopardstown. Winner of the Pertemps Final as a 5-year-old, he looks to have a touch of class and a we haven’t yet seen the limit of his stamina levels. He can provide Gordon Elliott with a second Gold Cup victory after the mighty Don Cossack won the race in 2016.

At 5/1 with Skybet, who are offering 5 places, he looks a knocking each-way bet to me.

 5.30 – Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle

Front View – 5/1 EW (888Sport 5 places)

Five O’Clock – 16/1 EW (Coral generally 5 places)

Assemble – 18/1 (Unibet 5 places)

And so, to the closer, and if you need one to put you back on the positive side of things, then look no further than Front View. Owned by JP McManus, trained by Joseph O’Brien, and ridden by Jonjo O’Neill Jr – he bears striking resemblance to the 2019 winner of this race Early Doors, who had exactly the same owner/trainer/jockey combination.

He has been given a lovely handicap mark of 139, and has some outstanding hurdle form this season, which suggests he’s been let in very lightly. Only 6 lengths off Envoi Allen on hurdle debut at Down Royal, he then beat two subsequent winners at Cork. But is was his third hurdle start that took the eye, when travelling like the best horse in a Grade 3 at Thurles three weeks ago, only to find himself tight for room between the last two hurdles. He was much better than the bare form, as he ran on again into second after the last.

If you like Front View’s claims, then you also have to like the each-way chances of Five O’Clock and Assemble, as they were first and third in that Grade 3 at Thurles. A meritorious winner, Five O’ Clock is improving rapidly, and has the assistance of Conor McNamara, who won the Irish Grand National Trial for Five O’Clock’s trainer Willie Mullins. At 16/1, he is simply too big.

So too is the 18/1 about Assemble, third home at Thurles, he was squeezed for room at a crucial point, in a similar fashion to Front View. Joseph O’Brien trains him also, and would certainly not be averse to having more than one horse hit the frame. Oakley Brown takes the ride, and his is a name that we will hear much more about in the coming seasons.

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