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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 2022 Cheltenham Festival.