Welcome to our Wednesday’s Cheltenham tips page. Here you will find what we are betting on for the second day of this great event. There are some great races on today and all featured races will be available on Channel 4 if you are not lucky enough to be attending. If you are on the move or are looking to watch the last two races you can always catch these from your mobile or tablet thanks to the Bet365 Live streaming service. Make sure you have funds in your account and all races will be available for you to watch.
Wednesday’s Cheltenham tips
As we dis yesterday we’ve having a double on our best 2 picks of the day along with two lucky 15’s on the 4 main races. This breaks down to one main bet and one each way bet on some longer odds horses looking for a bit extra value on the place money.
Daily double – We’re going for a big win today on Might Bite and Cantilow. A £10 each way bet pays £187 best odds with Stan James – Bet £10 get £10 free here
Main Lucky 31
Neptune Novice Hurdle – Bacardys 4.5 – Won last 2 times out and a good third at Cheltenham last year.
RSA Chase – Might Bite 5 – First or second in 3 of the last 4 runs, the one fall is keeping the price higher, will need a clean run to win it.
Coral cup – Peregrine run 11 – Won 4 of last 5 races including the Neptune at Cheltenham in November.
Queen mother champion chase – No bet, not adding Douvan at 1.29!
Cross Country Chase – Cantilow 3.75 – First or second in last 3 runs including 1 first and 1 second at Cheltenham.
A 50p a line each way lucky 15 (£15.00 total stake) will return £978 if they all win and £38 if they all place. The returns of a lucky 15 improve the more winners and places we get. Best odds with Betfair – plus Bet £10 get £30 free
Each way lucky 31
Neptune novice hurdle – Messire Des Obeaux 10
RSA Chase – Old Guard 29
Coral cup – Accapella Bourgeois 8
Queen mother champion chase – Fox Norton 8 –
Cross Country Chase – Any Currency 15 –
Again we’re having a £15.50 each way lucky 31, if they all place we’d get a £384 profit and if crazily they all won we’d get £107,304 – this isn’t going to happen in our wildest dreams though!