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The Cheltenham Festival is the biggest week of the year in Jumps racing. 28 races take place at Prestbury Park and each of those has a great deal of importance to them.
Here is a look at some of the best tips for this year’s meeting, including in the feature race of the week, the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Defending champion Galopin Des Champs tops the betting to win this year’s Cheltenham Gold Cup, however, he is set to come up against his nemesis, Fastorslow, in the blue riband event of the Festival.
What a race! 👏— Punchestown (@punchestownrace) November 26, 2023
A thrilling renewal of the Grade 1 John Durkan Memorial Punchestown Chase as Fastorslow confirms form with Galopin Des Champs, with the seven-year-old scoring narrowly from Appreciate It under the guidance of JJ Slevin for trainer Martin Brassil 🏆 pic.twitter.com/zOrSilqtDS
Fastorslow has beaten Galopin Des Champs on their two previous meetings, with the former prevailing in the Punchestown Gold Cup and John Durkan Memorial Punchestown Chase. The pair were set to meet in the Savills Chase at Leopardstown during the festive period, but trainer Martin Brassil opted to pull his horse out of the race due to unsuitable ground.
The dual Grade One winner can make it third time luck at the Festival this year. In 2022, he finished second in a Grade Three contest over hurdles, while in 2023, he was runner-up in the Ultima Handicap Chase.
The Irish chaser is 7/2 in the Cheltenham Gold Cup ante-post market. If you are going to include him in your Cheltenham bets, consider some of the leading promotions for the meeting available at https://www.freebets.com/, including the bet £10 and get £30 in free bets for new customers at bet365.
With seven wins from eight starts over fences, Jonbon has been one of the leading 2m chasers for the last couple of seasons. His one defeat came at the Cheltenham Festival in 2023 when he had to settle for second place behind El Fabiolo in the Arkle Trophy
🟢🟡 Jonbon – back in business at @AintreeRaces @AidanColeman @sevenbarrows— Racing TV (@RacingTV) April 15, 2023
🏇 11 races
🥇 Nine wins
🏆 G1 EFT Systems Maghull Novices’ Chase
🏆 G1 Close Brothers Henry VIII Novices’ Chase
🏆 G1 Top Novices’ Hurdle
👍 Best news that Calico & @harryskelton89 are OK pic.twitter.com/5OZO1AlqrO
Nicky Henderson’s runner can gain revenge on his rival in the Queen Mother Champion Chase this season. Since that loss at the Festival last year, Jonbon has improved further, with Grade One victories coming in the Maghull Novices’ Chase, Celebration Chase and Tingle Creek, as reported at https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/horse-racing/67664897.
This looks set to be one of the best races of the week at the meeting and Jonbon, who is 11/4 to prevail, can jump to the top of the standings in the division with victory in the Championship contest.
With two victories to his name already, Allaho knows all about Cheltenham Festival success. He won the Ryanair Chase as covered at https://www.reuters.com/article/uk-horseracing-cheltenham-idUKKBN2BA268/ in spectacular style in 2021. He then defended his crown in the day three race in 2022, scoring by 14 lengths. Unfortunately for those involved in the horse, he was forced to miss the meeting in 2023 due to injury.
The 10-year-old stepped up in trip on his most recent outing in the King George VI Chase at Kempton. He ran well in the Boxing Day feature, coming home third of eight runners in the race won by Hewick, losing by less than two lengths.
A return to 2m4½f will help at Cheltenham, as this horse has shown that is his optimum distance. He can complete his hat-trick in the Ryanair Chase, becoming the first horse in history to win the race three times.
Good luck with your Cheltenham Festival bets this year.