Cheltenham tips

Cheltenham Festival lucky 15 tips for this week’s racing where our tipster has picked four each-way bets for a massive each-way lucky 15 Cheltenham Festival tip.

A lucky 15 consists of 4 singles, 6 doubles, 4 trebles and a four fold. It’s a great way of putting some of your most fancied horses together over the course of the festival, with hopefully a big return if the three or four get their heads in front. In this case it will be a total of 30 bets as we are going each-way.

 

Cheltenham Lucky 15 Tips

 

Noble Endeavor – Ultima Handicap Chase (8/1)

A good winner of the Paddy Power Chase at Christmas he has been put away since then in preparation for this race. Before that he was behind Empire Of Dirt in the Troytown and that looks like a smart piece of form considering that one is fancied for the Ryanair Chase. Noble Endeavor was running well when coming to grief in last years National Hunt Chase and was likely going to finish in the money, he also ran a stormer at the festival the year before when he was a head second to Killultagh Vic in the Martin Pipe. He has decent Cheltenham form and with Davy Russell on board he can go close.

 

Peregrine Run – Coral Cup (10/1)

He is been a revelation this season for trainer Peter Fahey. Following three relatively comfortable victories in Ireland he came over to Cheltenham for a Grade 2 Novice Hurdle where he beat Wholestone and West Approach, who are both prominent in the betting for the Albert Bartlett. A third at Warwick subsequently doesn’t show his true form as he didn’t like the soft ground (he should get better ground the Cheltenham) and the winner stole a few lengths off the front turning for home. He has course form, is slick over his hurdles and I think he can certainly hit the frame.

 

Divin Bere – Fred Winter Juvenile Hurdle (6/1)

This horse didn’t win in France, but he moved to Nicky Henderson and ran a great race to beat Master Blueyes at Huntingdon on his debut for the yard with 26 lengths back to the third. He was conceding 4lbs that day and Master Blueyes has since won twice, including the Adonis Hurdle at Kempton by 11 lengths. This looks like a really strong piece of form and a mark of 139 could be underestimating his ability.

 

North Hill Harvey – County Hurdle (15/2)

Dan Skelton won this race last year with Superb Story and he could be in for a repeat here with North Hill Harvey. He competed in top class races towards the end of last season, a ninth in the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle at the festival and a fourth in the Top Novices’ Hurdle at Aintree are both strong pieces of form. He began this season by winning the Greatwood Hurdle from Modus, who has since franked the form by winning the Lanzarote at Kempton. We haven’t seen him since (perhaps connections wanted to preserve his handicap mark so he could run in this race) but he does go well fresh. He likes the track and should go close.

 

Lucky 15 Tip Odds

The best odds for the 4-fold accumulator are 6236/1 with Paddy Power. Because it’s a lucky 15 tip you’d also make profit if just one of the horses won.

 

Cheltenham Festival Offer

Bet on the first race every day with William Hill and if your horse wins you get a 25% bonus on top of your winnings, if your horse loses you get a refund. It’s the only place to bet on the days first race! You also get £30 in free bets (winner must be 5+ lengths).

 

How to get £30 and a risk free bet at Cheltenham:

1. Click this link to William Hill and open an account

2. Bet on the Supreme Novices Hurdle at Cheltenham tomorrow

3. If your horse wins you get a 25% added to your winnings

4. If it loses you get a refund

5. Get £30 in free bets guaranteed

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