Paddy Power has a great range of betting offers for the Cheltenham Festival, and with a solid welcome bonus for new customers, there is plenty to look forward to for one of the most prestigious horse racing meetings of the year.
Cheltenham New Customer Offer
Paddy Power is offering its new customers a £20 back in cash sign-up offer that they can look forward to when using the code YSKWDX. All you have to do to get this sign-up offer is to place your first bet on any Football market with Paddy Power, and if it loses, they’ll refund your stake in cash.
Paddy Power Cheltenham Betting Tips
Our tip for the Cheltenham Gold Cup is for Galvin to run out the winner, in what is likely to be a hugely competitive race on Friday 18th March 2022. Galvin has already beaten A Plus Tard this season at Leopardstown and won that race in impressive style. Therefore, it’s slightly surprising to see that Galvin is the second favourite behind A Plus Tard for the Cheltenham Gold Cup, as he’s more than capable of winning this.
Allaho has been in impressive form heading into the 2022 Cheltenham Festival and you’d be a brave punter to back against this horse. Allaho beat Fakir D’oudairies at Thurles, as well as winning at Punchestown earlier this season. This horse is the favourite for the Ryanair Chase at Cheltenham and should justify the slightly shorter price from bookmakers heading into this one.
For more Cheltenham betting tips, head over to our dedicated page!
Paddy Power has a great range of Cheltenham Specials available to their customers, which will be pleasing to hear for both new and existing customers. Below, we’ll take you through the various odds available on each Cheltenham Special.
Cheltenham Festival Top Jockey
- Paul Townend @ 8/11
- Rachael Blackmore @ 11/4
- Davy Russell @ 7/1
- Jack Kennedy @ 9/1
- Patrick Mullins @ 20/1
- Nico de Boinville @ 20/1
- Jamie Codd @ 25/1
- Aidan Coleman @ 33/1
Cheltenham Festival Top Trainer
- Willie Mullins @ 1/2
- Gordon Elliott @ 7/2
- Henry de Bromhead @ 5/1
- Nicky Henderson @ 8/1
- Dan Skelton @ 50/1
- Paul Nicholls @ 66/1
- Ireland @ 1/10
- Great Britain @ 8/1
- Tie @ 15/2
Paddy Power Cheltenham Odds
Paddy Power is competitive with their odds compared to the likes of bet365 and William Hill, which is also the case at the Cheltenham Festival. Below, we’ve listed the odds for the 2022 Cheltenham Gold Cup on Paddy Power.
Gold Cup Horses
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Best Price Guaranteed
Paddy Power offers their new and existing customers the Best Price Guaranteed promotion, which is hugely popular heading into the Cheltenham Festival. It can be incredibly frustrating to back a horse at odds of 10/1, only to see it drift to 16/1 on the day of the race, but with Best Price Guaranteed, Paddy Power customers will be paid out at the higher odds if your horse was to go on and win.
This promotion stays in place for the Cheltenham Festival, with it being available at 8 am on the day of each race. Best Price Guaranteed is particularly popular with ante-post bettors who like to bet on horses that are relatively high odds early into the season, months before the Cheltenham Festival comes around. There is an element of risk with this, as their selected horses might not even run in the race they’ve predicted them to run in.
Non-Runner Money Back
Betting on horses with sizeable prices in the ante-post betting markets is becoming increasingly popular amongst punters heading towards the Cheltenham Festival, as it offers insurance to punters looking to cover themselves with the bets they’re placing.
However, with the majority of ante-post betting markets, if your selected horse doesn’t run in the race you’ve backed it to win in, then your bet will be classed a loser before it’s even taken place, which is far from ideal.
However, Paddy Power offers its customers a Non-Runner Money Back guarantee on the Cheltenham Festival, which is a positive. It means that even though the price might be slightly shorter compared to the ante-post betting markets, punters will receive their money back if their horse doesn’t run through the Non-Runner Money Back promotion.