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We have hand picked and sourced winning tipsters and feature them here so you have all the help you need to make this year’s Cheltenham Festival a winning one.
Expert Cheltenham Tipsters
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These experts make the game pay and whilst nothing is guaranteed in the world of Horse Racing, we strive to ensure that following them is worthwhile daily, at the biggest events and across all aspects of Horse Racing betting.
The #Racehour – this group of Cheltenham racing fanatics consist of Diarmuid Nolan & Dean Ryan have quickly established themselves as a leading resource of Cheltenham news, podcasts, community and tipsters over several years of the Cheltenham Festival. The #racehour podcast previous sponsors include BetBright, BetHard, Gambling.com and more and you can find them exclusively here on Bookmakers.co.uk
Keith Donoghue – Leading jockey, a Cheltenham Festival winner and forever associated with the power house Gordon Elliott yard and multiple Cheltenham Festival and Grand National winner Tiger Roll is a weekly columnist here on Bookmakers.co.uk.
His weekly blog has become a must read, this site is the only place to get his exclusive thoughts on everything from Samcro to Apples Jade. Who will he ride, what horses will aim at what races and who does he think has the best chances during Cheltenham? Find all that out right here.
Steve Ryder (Ante-Post Horse Racing Tips) and Ryan Summerfield (Daily Horse Racing Tips) complete the pack and with their outstanding records for all to see across their various platforms and columns here on Bookmakers.co.uk you are truly spoiled for choice as the Festival draws near and Cheltenham fever reaches boiling point.