Cheltenham Festival Day 4 Tips

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Gold Cup Day Tips

Gold Cup day at Cheltenham is the grand finale of the festival. It brings with it some of the most highly anticipated races of the week with it including of course the main race of the festival, the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Our Cheltenham Day 4 Tips take an in-depth look at all of the different races on this final day to bring you our very best tips for the concluding day.

Our team will take an in-depth look at each race of Day 4 to bring you all of our thoughts as to why we’ve selected each of our Day 4 tips. We will be using the recent form of the horses, jockeys and trainers to help us come to a conclusion of our most fancied horses of Gold Cup day.

Tips for Cheltenham Day 4

Triumph Hurdle - 13:30 (1:30)

The opener to the final day of the festival is certainly a good one this grade 1 contest for 4-year-olds. Our triumph hurdle tips will help you choose a future star.

County Hurdle - 14:10 (2:10)

This race is a two-mile handicap contest that has often seen big-priced outsiders run well. We take this into account with our County Hurdle Tips.

Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle - 14:50 (2:50)

The AB is the second Grade 1 of the day and is run over a length of 2 miles and 7 furlongs. There is plenty of scope for outsiders to perform well here. See or AB Hurdle tips to see our thoughts on the card.

Cheltenham Gold Cup - 15:30 (3:30)

The penultimate race of the Cheltenham Festival, the Gold Cup is the most highly anticipated event of the week. It runs over a distance of 3 miles and 2 furlongs and is extremely competitive. Take a look at our Gold Cup tips to see who we’ve selected and why.

Foxhunter Chase - 16:10 (4:10)

The follow up to the Gold Cup event is known as the ‘amateur Gold Cup’ as it is essentially the same race run over the same ground but only open to amateur riders. There is scope here for outsiders in this event and we’ll take that into account with our Foxhunter Chase Tips.

Grand Annual Chase - 16:50 (4:50)

With winners in recent years usually being over 10/1 this is usually a race with lots of scope for an outside winner. Our Grand Annual Chase tips take this into account when selecting our prediction for this two-mile-long event.

Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle - 17:30 (5:30)

The concluding race of the festival is strictly for conditional Jockeys and is open to horses aged four years or older. The Martin Pipe Tips will be the last tips from our team for the 2020 Cheltenham Festival.

Cheltenham Gold Cup Tips

As mentioned before the Cheltenham Gold Cup is the biggest race of the entire week and falls on the final day of the festival, Friday. This is the main race that everyone wants to secure a winner in. We’ve tracked all of the horses in this race over the past few months to make sure we’ve got a clear idea of how the race might go down on the final day.

With all the horses running in the race it’s good to check out all the latest odds and this can be done easily on our Gold Cup Odds page. Here you’ll find a live odds grids allowing you to compare all of the different odds from the UK’s top bookmakers.

Making our Cheltenham Day 4 Tips

During the months on the run-up to the festival, we’ll be watching all of the horses, trainers and jockeys to bring you the most informed tips on day 4 of Cheltenham. We’ll also be monitoring the results from day one, two and three of the festival to see which trainers have been performing best. This will give us a better idea of which horse may have the best capabilities of winning on the final day of Cheltenham.

Getting Free Bets for Day 4 at Cheltenham

The final day of the Cheltenham Festival features some of the biggest races of the 4-day long national hunt event. This means if there are any bookmakers that you currently aren’t a member of then there is lots of potential to use your free bets or bet credits on this day. See the Cheltenham Free Bets that we have available on our specific page.

We’d recommend signing up to any bookmaker/s that you don’t have prior to the first race and then placing a bet on the first race at 1:30. Once this settles, depending on the offer you signed up to, you may be given some free bets. These can be used for the rest of day 4 on events including the Cheltenham Gold Cup. You can use all the tips on this page to help you select a horse to back in each race throughout the final day of Cheltenham.

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