Cheltenham Betting Offers 2019
The biggest betting week by far when it comes to horse racing. The Cheltenham Festival held over 4 days from 12th March to 15th March brings the greatest equine power houses from both Ireland and the UK to battle it out to cement they place in Cheltenham history.
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Each bookmaker is going to battling it out to get you to place a bet with them, this can only be a good thing for punters alike with a number of offers going to become live in the weeks leading up to the Festival.
With millions going to be bet on each of the 4 days, we will look into some of the best offer that Betway, Betfred, Ladbrokes, Coral and Karamba.
Betway have yet to activate any of their Cheltenham Festival free bets or offers but with that you can find good value in their prices when it comes to getting a bet on your favorite equine animal.
They are gone ¼ the odds first 5 places on races like the Kim Muir to name but one.
The closer we get to Cheltenham betting fever then we will be sure to see all the great offers that Betway has to offer when it comes to betting on the greatest show on turf, the Cheltenham Festival.
Betfred have rolled in with the NRMB (Non-Runner Money Back) special in the big four races which are the Champion Hurdle which is run on the Tuesday, the Champion Chase which is run in the Wednesday, the Stayers Hurdle which is run on the Thursday and the big one the Gold Cup which is run on the Friday.
Simply put, NRMB means if you back in the ante post markets with this offer then if your pick is not declared in the race that you backed him/her in then you will receive your money back in cash no questions asked.
If you do avail of this offer, then the price that you take is the price you will be paid out on regardless of the SP of the horse. I think it is a good offer to have in the lead up to Cheltenham but bear in mind that you will be getting a shorter price with NRMB off then a bookmaker that is not doing this offer.
Ladbrokes have also gone with the NRMB (Non-Runner Money Back) special, but as well as doing the big 4 races (Tuesday – Champion Hurdle, Wednesday – Champion Chase, Thursday – Stayers Hurdle and Friday – Gold Cup) they have also included the Ryanair Chase which is run on the Thursday. This is a nice little extra because this is the in between race when it comes to the top-class chasers. If you don’t stay the 3m 2f for the Gold Cup and if you can’t be bothered looking at the back side of Altior in the Champion Chase, then the Ryanair becomes a realistic option. If we can pin point a horse in either of these races that you think will by pass them for the Ryanair, then you could be looking a nice price to take with the security of the NRMB on your side.
Coral are in with the NRMB (Non-Runner Money Back) special to tempt you in. As with the Champion Hurdle, Champion Chase, Stayers Hurdle and the Gold Cup all covered in this offer they have also included the champion 2 ½ mile chase that is the Ryanair. This is offer is growing in popularity over the last number of years with the average punter but be sure to have a check on the T&Cs in regard to how much you can put on.
Going through the anti-post markets in Coral I came across that they hare ¼ the odds 5 places on most of the big handicaps over the 4 days. If you have a horse in mind that you think is well in at a huge price, then this could be a nice offer for you.
Karamba are yet to start their offers, but that said they have very big prices for some selected horses. If you want to take a bigger price on any of your anti post pick’s you can do so with the peace of mind that you could be getting a much bigger price now than come the day of the race, for example you can get
I’m sure come closer to the festival that Karamba will be going NRMB (Non Runner Money Back) on the big 4 races if not all runners.