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AccaDoo’s Cheltenham Festival Friday Tips page is the home of our betting tips, previews and advice for the final day of the Cheltenham Festival.
We all may be weary come the last day of the Cheltenham Festival, but it is where we do some of our best work.
We have landed some very big punts on the final day of the Festival, with the Gold Cup in particular being very good to us over the years.
And here on this page is where you will find all the betting information and tips you will need to build to make your Cheltenham Festival day four a winning one.
What races do your Cheltenham Festival Friday Tips cover?
The final day of the Cheltenham Festival is where fortunes are made and lost.
There is loads of action in the handicap races and decent novice and juvenile races.
But it all builds up to the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Our Cheltenham Festival Friday Tips page covers them all, so whatever type of race you like we’ll have you covered.
The main focus of the day – and maybe of the whole national hunt season – is the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
While the Grand National may be the biggest race of the season for non-racing fans, the Gold Cup is the pinnacle for everyone within the sport.
It is the cup final and Olympics, and it is great for betting.
But the undercard to the Cheltenham Gold Cup is pretty action packed.
The Triumph Hurdle is the championship race for juveniles and is another race that has been good to us over the years.
The Albert Bartlett Novice Hurdle is the top race for novice three mile hurdlers. This race can be a real slog, but it turns out future winners.
The Foxhunters usually goes the way of a fancied runner and there are some other really strong handicaps.
The County Hurdle is the first and the day finishes with the Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle and the Grand Annual.
Do your Cheltenham Festival Friday Tips cover the handicap races?
Yes, they do.
The handicaps on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival are some of the strongest of the week.
And we would be foolish to miss out on them for our Cheltenham Festival Friday Tips.
The Friday card has a cracking set of handicaps for us to get stuck in to.
The County Hurdle is always an intriguing race with a number of intriguing plots.
With most of the bookies offering extra places on this race, it is a good one to get stuck in to.
The last two races on the card are also competitive handicaps
The Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle and the Grand Annual are also fantastic betting races.
How successful are your Cheltenham Festival Friday Tips?
Our Cheltenham Festival Friday Tips are perhaps the best of the week.
The final day of the Cheltenham Festival has been a very big money maker for us for the last few seasons.
Our Cheltenham Gold Cup tips have landed for the last few seasons.
And our work in the Triumph Hurdle and Albert Bartlett has consistently yielded good results.
The handicaps are harder to figure out, but we have turned a profit in those races too.
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