The Cheltenham National Hunt Course is actually two courses, the old course and a new slightly longer course. Both are left handed and the final half mile is steeply uphill with a one furlong run in. Cheltenham also has a cross country course that runs around the centre of the normal race tracks. Similar course include Hexham and Newcastle.
Betting School has given given away the platinum trends system which has been tested over 10 years and produced average profit of 144 points per year. We’ve read the free report which describes the type of track and gives course characteristics. The free pdf shows how many points profit Platinum trends has produced for Cheltenham, Newmarket, and Southwell race tracks. It’s not long now to one of the biggest betting events in the Calender. That’s right Cheltenham Festival is nearly here.
There is is some great information but some readers will needs a little more explanation of the course stats to back with and course stats to lay with. Hot trainers and Jockeys tips for Cheltenham are easier to understand for the Layman.
Trainers to back include Paul Nicholls and JJ O’Neill. Paul Nicholls does best over a 2 mile race and JJ O’Neill with a Chase. Lay advice and criteria for trainers also give some impressive strike rates.
Jockey tips cross reference the jockey with the trainer or the type of race which is good. For instance Ruby Walsh who happens to be the most successful jockey over the last 6 Cheltenham Festival events, is most effective when riding a horse supplied by Nicholls. Two mile and one furlong races that are non handicap are his specialty.
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