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Cheltenham Festival 2015 Wrap Up

As the dust settles on an exceptional four days of racing by any standards, we hope that you are busy counting your winnings after quite a week for our Cheltenham Festival 2015 tips.

Indeed, we managed to select the winner of all four Championship races this week.

On Tuesday we not only recommended Faugheen (11/10) to win the Champion Hurdle, but our other pick, Artic Fire (20/1), finished 2nd.

We also tipped the 1st and 2nd in the Supreme Hurdle (2/1 & 12/1), 1st and 4th in the Handicap Chase (9/1 & 25/1) and the 1st and 4th in the Mares Hurdle (6/1 & 18/1), on what proved to be a terrible opening day of the Festival for the bookies.

Two more winners followed on Wednesday, with both Snow Falcon (5/1) in the opener and Champion Chase winner Dodging Bullets (9/2) recommended.

There was no respite for the bookmakers on Thursday, starting with the Pertemps Final where we tipped the winner, Call The Cops (12/1), before following up with the winner of the World Hurdle, Cole Harden (20/1).

And on Friday we completed the clean sweep of championship races, by tipping Gold Cup winner Conegree (9/1).

To add a cherry to the cake, on Saturday we tipped the 1st and 2nd in the Midlands Grand National at Uttoxeter (7/1 & 25/1)!

The Big Four


“We have been massive FAUGHEEN fans for a while now and this is no time to desert the favourite…we think he has the potential to be one of the best winners of this race that we have seen for many years.”


“With the desperately disappointing news that Champagne Fever is a non-runner, we think the best each-way option could now be DODGING BULLETS – who has been the most consistent performer at this trip through the campaign so far.”


“This season’s World Hurdle looks one of the most open for years and there could easily be a shock winner…One horse who will definitely love the ground is COLE HARDEN and he is the other one to back, in the hope that a recent wind operation will bring about some further improvement. He stays well and handles the track. He is also very tough and this is a race that brutally exposes any lack of stamina.”


“Holywell has been our idea of the Gold Cup winner all week, but each drop of rain will reduce his chances and with conditions turning in his favour we cannot ignore the claims of our old favourite – CONEYGREE. He has been doing us massive favours all season and hopefully has one more big run in him today.”