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The AccaDoo Cheltenham Festival Wednesday Tips zone is where you can find all of our tips for day two of the Cheltenham Festival.
The Wednesday of the Cheltenham Festival is our favourite, providing the perfect blend of thrills and spills with betting success.
On this page you will find all the betting tips you need to build a decent antepost portfolio ahead of the Festival in March.
What races do your Cheltenham Festival Wednesday Tips cover?
The second day of the Cheltenham Festival is, in our opinion, the best of the four.
And this Cheltenham Festival Wednesday Tips page will cover all of the action.
We will start with a preview for the Ballymore Novice Hurdle, the ultimate test for young hurdlers over the intermediate trip.
Faugheen is the most famous winner of this race in recent seasons, but it has historically been a good test for future Champion Hurdler contenders.
The opening race of day two of the Cheltenham Festival is also usually a very good betting heat.
The next championship race on the card is the RSA novice chase, which is for three-mile chasers.
This race is often a brutal affair, run at top speed over three miles, and is a breeding ground for future Gold Cup runners.
Last season’s race was won in dramatic fashion by Might Bite, but this race always provides drama.
The main showpiece of the Cheltenham Festival Wednesday card is the Queen Mother Champion Chase.
This race is the pinnacle of the two-mile chasing division and has an impressive recent roll of honour.
Masterminded and Sprinter Sacre are perhaps the most famous recent winners.
The Champion Bumper and the Cross Country Chase round off the Cheltenham Festival Wednesday card.
Do your Cheltenham Festival Wednesday Tips cover the handicap races?
Yes, our Cheltenham Festival Wednesday Tips will cover the handicap races too.
The Wednesday card contains some of the year’s best handicaps.
The Coral Cup is a staying hurdle that always seems to be won by a massive-priced fancy.
Equally, the Fred Winter Juvenile Hurdle has developed into a cracking race in recent seasons.
It would be remiss of us to overlook the betting opportunities these races provide.
However, we will wait until the weights and full fields are released before finalising our Cheltenham Festival Wednesday Tips for the handicap races.
How successful are your Cheltenham Festival Wednesday Tips?
Day two of the Cheltenham Festival has always been one of our very best.
We have a terrific record in the Ballymore Novice Hurdle, the RSA Novice Chase and the Queen Mother Champion Chase.
Last season we tipped the winner in all three of those races and made a very tidy profit.
We have also done well in the supporting races on the card, especially the Cross Country Chase.
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