Cheltenham Gold Cup 2021 Enhanced Odds

Cheltenham Gold Cup 2021
Betting Odds & Offers

EVENT FACTS
Sport: Horse Racing
Starts: 19th Mar 2021
Ends: 20th Mar 2021
Location: Cheltenham, UK
Official website: https://www.thejockeyclub.co.uk/cheltenham/events-tickets/the-festival/

Who will win the Cheltenham Gold Cup? At Freebetslad's last look the favourites are:

Al Boum Photo, 4/1.

Santini, 7/2.

Delta Work, 9/2.

Lostintranslation, 7/1.

Clan Des Obeaux, 8/1.

Kemboy, 9/1.

Native River, 11/1.

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Have a look at the previous winners below to get an idea of who usually does well in the race. Also, cast your eye over the event details section as it will give you the Cheltenham Gold Cup 2021 dates, venue and official website.

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Cheltenham Gold Cup Winners:

2019 - Al Boum Photo.

2018 - Native River.

2017 - Sizing John.

2016 - Don Cossack.

2015 - Coneygree.

2014 - Lord Windermere.

2013 - Bobs Worth.

2012 - Synchronised.

Cheltenham Festival 2021 is here!

The Cheltenham Gold Cup is run over a distance of 3 miles and 2.5 furlongs. There are 22 fences that have to be cleared by the elite horses. It is the big Friday race of the Cheltenham Festival and arguably the most exciting. The Gold Cup is the most valuable non-handicap chase in Britain and has been won in the past by Arkle, Best Mate, Golden Miller and Kauto Star. The new course has been run since 1959 and creates a huge challenge to the jockeys.

The most successful horse in Gold Cup history is Golden Miller who won 5 consecutive Gold Cup's in the 1930's!

Cheltenham Gold Cup News Headlines

The five greatest Irish-bred racehorses of all time
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