Gold Cup Day is one of the most famous in the horse racing calendar and tens of thousands of people flock to the Old Course to place their bets. Of course, many more worldwide enjoy a flutter too, not least here at Oddsmanager.co.uk!
The Cheltenham Gold Cup odds are already looking close and we’ll be scouring to find you the very best from now until raceday on March 13, 2020.
All the latest can be found right here, including the finest Cheltenham Gold Cup tips and the best offers.
Cheltenham Gold Cup Odds
As is usually the case, those who raced well last year are once again among the favourites.
As it stands, Paddy Power are currently pricing last year’s winner Al Boum Photo as the favourite, having continued his progress over the last 12 months.
The likes of Kemboy, Lostintranslation and Clan Des Obeaux are also being favoured by bookmakers, while the likes of Presenting Percy and Native River both offer a little more value.
Cheltenham Gold Cup Tips
The Gold Cup always sees plenty of pundits having their say and it seems as though most of the Cheltenham Gold Cup tips are heading the way of Al Boum Photo and Kemboy, both of whom were also tipped in 2019.
Many thought it might be just a bit too soon for Kemboy last time our so there will be plenty of money on him this time at 11/2 with Paddy Power.
Presenting Percy could provide a good long shot. The horse has drifted in recent months to 12/1 but there’s still plenty of faith from Pat Kelly despite fifth in the recent Savills Chase.
Other notables worth an each-way punt include Santini, Delta Work and Clan Des Obeaux.
Cheltenham Gold Cup Betting Offers
The Gold Cup sends bookmakers into meltdown with dozens upon dozens of offers available. Every bookmaker will have one in the run up to the Festival, with everything from enhanced odds to money back specials and the paying of extra places.
Take a look at the best offers currently available to bet on Cheltenham below…
Cheltenham Gold Cup History
The Festival has a long and illustrious history, which is the reason why Cheltenham Gold Cup tickets are the hottest in the horse racing season.
The Gold Cup has been run since 1924 and it’s huge prize pot sees all the best jumpers turn up for the event.
Golden Miller holds the record for most wins, with five daring between 1932 and 1936.
Not since Kauto Star in 2009 has a horse won the race more than once, with both Al Boum Photo and Native River looking to achieve that in 2020.
Below you’ll find the last 10 winners of the Cheltenham Gold Cup:
- 2019: Al Boum Photo
- 2018: Native River
- 2017: Sizing John
- 2016: Don Cossack
- 2015: Coneygree
- 2014: Lord Windermere
- 2013: Bobs Worth
- 2012: Synchronised
- 2011: Long Run
- 2010: Imperial Commander