It has been a fair while since the last entry on this blog but fear not I haven’t been sitting on my hands doing nothing, which is usually why there is often a lull in activity on here. We have been working on the Cheltenham Festival!
As majority of our attentions are beginning to be drawn towards the Cheltenham Festival next month, I have been working tirelessly along with good friend Charlie Sutton in getting the Cheltenham Tips website up-to-date after a quiet year last year.
Those of you have been visiting this website for a few years now will know that each year I try and do as many previews as possible revolving around the Cheltenham Festival, usually with the help of Jacob Cohen (Alias: Dancing Brave). However this year Jacob has been unable to find the time required to contribute towards the website so Charlie has been drafted in to work alongside myself.
Over the last week we have posted a whole host of previews of races which are going to take place at the Cheltenham Festival next month, and have spent plenty of time and hard work into making them as good as possible for you, our reader.
I have browsed around the web and haven’t found much in the way of previews available yet so we are up nice and early with plenty of time for users to read what we think will be winning at the Cheltenham Festival 2013, and then form their own judgements based on the knowledge we’ve put forward.
Races we have previewed up until this article was published:
Cheltenham ’13 – Supreme Novices Hurdle
Cheltenham ’13 – Arkle Chase
Cheltenham ’13 – Champion Hurdle
Cheltenham ’13 – Cross Country Chase
Cheltenham ’13 – Neptune Novices Hurdle
Cheltenham ’13 – RSA Chase
Cheltenham ’13 – Champion Chase
Cheltenham ’13 – Jewson Novices’ Chase
Cheltenham ’13 – Ryanair Chase
Cheltenham ’13 – World Hurdle
Cheltenham ’13 – Triumph Hurdle
Cheltenham ’13 – Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle
Cheltenham ’13 – Cheltenham Gold Cup
Feel free to click on any of the links above where you will be taken to the relevant article on the Cheltenhamtips website. You can alternatively go via the Cheltenham Festival Races tab on the Cheltenhamtips website, by clicking on the race you require and clicking through to the preview from there.
Over the next couple of weeks our attentions will be turning towards the handicaps at The Festival and thus more is still to be done with the website but we are aiming to make it the most informed place around ahead of the greatest show on turf.
Thanks for reading.