ITV Racing Tips, Free Bets and ITV 7 competition
ITV Racing will be broadcasting five live races from the Cheltenham Festival on ITV1 each day. Whether you are in attendance, watching from the comfort of your own home or tuning in at work, the 2020 Cheltenham Festival promises to be a cracker.
ITV Racing’s day two coverage includes the Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle, the RSA Insurance Novices' Chase, the Coral Cup, the Betway Champion Chase and the Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase. The experts at the Racing Post have compiled the best ITV racing tips and free bets for the Cheltenham Festival to help you find more winners.
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Cheltenham Festival - ITV Racing Tips
Racing Post experts pick their best bet for the day for the second day of the Cheltenham Festival in a bid to help you find more winners.
Champion Chase Tip - Defi Du Seuil
DEFI DU SEUIL has been the standout 2m chaser in Britain this season and he can cap this campaign with an eighth Grade 1. His fast jumping and electric turn of foot can prove too much for his rivals.
Coral Cup Tip - Dame De Compagnie
DAME DE COMPAGNIE began her season with fifth in the Greatwood Hurdle. Upped in trip and against her own sex next time, also at Cheltenham, she scythed through the field to see off Indefatigable by four lengths. Although 10lb higher here, she is still unexposed and has more to offer.
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Cheltenham Festival - ITV7 Tips
The ITV7 competition is back for the Cheltenham Festival and will roll over each day if the jackpot is not won. The Racing Post experts make their selections for the competition.
Race 1 - 1.30 Cheltenham
The unbeaten run of Envoi Allen could be ended by The Big Breakaway, who has been so impressive in his two hurdle wins.
Race 2 - 2.10 Cheltenham
This looks an ideal scenario for Minella Indo. Copperhead may prove the biggest threat if this becomes a thorough test.
Race 3 - 2.25 Huntingdon
The tentative suggestion is Agent Valdez, who had some fair bumper form and makes her handicap debut with a first-time tongue-tie tried, following wind surgery.
Race 4 - 2.50 Cheltenham
The five-year-old Alfa Mix brings conspicuous potential along with solid achievement from two handicaps. He gets the vote ahead of Champagne Well.
Race 5 - 3.05 Huntingdon
A weak handicap hurdle that can go to topweight Emma Lamb, who took a step in the right direction when second at Taunton last time and has the valuable assistance of Bryony Frost.
Race 6 - 3.30 Cheltenham
Chacun Pour Soi got the better of Defi Du Seuil at Punchestown last spring but the latter is taken to gain revenge.
Race 7 - 4.10 Cheltenham
Dual Grand National hero Tiger Roll can win this for the third consecutive year and post a remarkable fifth Cheltenham Festival victory.
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