Cheltenham Festival starts from March 12 onwards this year and is an annual event that is hugely popular among the horse race lovers all over the world. Talk to anyone who’s interested in the festival and rumours have already started taking shape with participants like Presenting Percy, Native River, Buveur D’air, Kemboy and all expected to put up a tough fight.
Despite the fact that Cheltenham 2019 is only days away now, if you’re confident about any specific horse, and your gut feel and analysis says that he’s going to win a certain event, it might just be the right time to make the best use of 2019 Cheltenham betting offers & bonuses, and ensure maximum profit for yourself. Let’s now take you through the odds for some of the most talked-about participating horses in the Cheltenham Festival.
Trained by Patrick G Kelly, Presenting Percy is 8 years old and has Davy Russell as his jockey. It doesn’t come as a surprise that he heads the Gold Cup betting market having won the Cheltenham Festivals the last two times, deservingly and remarkably. He ran exceedingly well at the 2018’s RSA Chase and could very well be the horse to beat in the main event this year. The odds for Presenting Percy to win Cheltenham Gold Cup are presently 7/2 at Bet365. You could easily benefit from these odds by downloading the Bet365 app from BettingAppGuide and placing your bet right away.
Trained by Nicky Henderson and also aged 8 years, Buveur D’air has Barry Gerghty as his jockey. He’s a class act and will be aiming to bag a third consecutive win in the Unibet Champion Hurdle, an accomplishment that hasn’t been seen made since the year 2000 when Istabraq achieved that feat. D’air’s preparation began just the right way starting December, when he scored an easy 8 length victory over Samcro, another talented horse, in the Fighting Fifth Hurdle at Newcastle. The odds for Buveur D’air to win Champion Hurdle are presently 13/8 at Coral.
Trained by Colin Tizzard, Native River is 9 and will have Richard Johnson as his jockey. He’s the defending Cheltenham Gold Cup champion, and has been performing pretty well so far in the ongoing season, peaking at just the right time. He had reasonably good runs during the Betfair Chase and faced a good test of his abilities on the Boxing Day when he had to struggle pretty hard to maintain his 3rd position. He is being primed for the big Gold Cup day on Friday and has a fairly good chance of winning the race this time too. The current odds for Native River to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup are 5/1.
Trained by Willie Mullins, this youngster is 7 years old and has Paul Townend as his jockey. He had to miss his planned engagement at the Ladbrokes Trophy race earlier, in Newbury, however more than made up by scoring a stunning win against the Festive Period in the Leopardstown’s Grade 1 Savills Chase. That win places him in an excellent position and makes him a potential contender for the Cheltenham Gold Cup. The odds offered by Coral for Kemboy to win the Gold Cup are 7/1 as of now.