The Open Best Betting Odds

With the national hunt season now underway, attention turns to The Open at Cheltenham as the top jockeys and trainers gather for another prestigious meeting. There’s some fantastic racing to look forward to from Friday until Sunday 17th November; featuring Friday’s Countryside Day and Saturday’s Paddy Power Gold Cup Day. Luckily you won’t miss a single second of the Cheltenham gathering either, thanks to The Open Live stream. We tend to prefer to watch using the streaming service available at bet365, as all you need is an active and funded account.


What is The Open at Cheltenham Racecourse

For those of you who may be new to the open here’s a brief outline of what to expect from the jewel in the national hunt crown.

A major highlight of the British Racing Calendar, with three days of racing magic, 80 trade stands in the open shopping village, a great atmosphere in the grandstands, bars and restaurants and a historic race; the Betvictor Gold Cup.

After the world renowned Cheltenham Festival, this is probably the biggest event at famous racecourse; especial jump fans.

Countryside Day

Countryside Day has a unique country fair atmosphere and a range of displays and demonstrations, covering many equine and other country pursuits. From gun dog displays in the paddock before racing, to the local hunt charging across the course during the afternoon.

Gold Cup Day

The Open at CheltenhamThis day is the highlight of the first half of the Jump racing season, featuring the The Gold Cup; which is a Grade 3 National Hunt chase for horses aged four years or older. In previous years The Gold Cup has been sponsored by Paddy Power, but currently Betvictor are headline sponsors. It is run at Cheltenham over a distance of about 2 miles and 4½ furlongs, with fifteen fences to be jumped.

The Open Sunday

Another cracking six-race card on a day that is very popular with families and racing enthusiasts alike. This is the only Sunday where racing takes place at Cheltenham throughout the year, so a great opportunity to get the children along to enjoy a day out.

The Open at Cheltenham – Best Betting Odds

Every bookmaker offers a range of odds for The Open at Cheltenham, but finding the best betting odds can be tricky. It usually consists of comparing market prices over several betting sites, but if you know where to look you can can usually find best odds guaranteed.

Not all bookies give this guarantee, but in the past we’ve found bet365 and Betvictor have. Sour first port of call would be either of those.

If you are new to betting and/or horse racing then you’ll be forgiven for getting overwhelmed. So in order to help out those in need, we’ve actually put together a handy little beginners guide to horse racing.

Free Mobile Bet

With 70,000 people in attendance those tote queues will be lengthy to say the least, so why not take advantage of a free mobile bet. In previous years we’ve been able to offer our followers an ‘on the move’ bonus which awarded any new mobile customers a 100% bonus of up to £50 for their first mobile bet. It’s worth noting though that technically most bonuses like this aren’t actually free, it’s more of a credit boost. Bookies will reward new players with bonus credit based on their first deposit, unfortunately completely free bets are now a thing of the past.

In order to take advantage of such betting bonuses be sure to follow our social media channels, is this is where you will find the most up to date information. If you’re already using your mobile to bet, how about using your mobile account to make deposits? Some of the biggest bookmakers actually allow to bet using your mobile phone credit.

Betting Offers

Alongside the popular channel 4/1 offer, that supplies any winning bet at 4/1 or greater with a free bet of the same value on the very next channel 4 race. You can also get a ‘Price Promise’ and ‘Best Odds Guarantee’ from bet365, there’s no need for you to go anywhere else or waste time searching for the best odd and risk missing that all important bet.

Cheltenham’s The Open Live Stream

As we mentioned earlier, those not lucky enough to attend the actual event can watch via live stream. With various options for watching live streams available, you will never struggle to catch all the action. But for quality streaming we prefer to use bookmakers, as they usually have the best live streaming in the business. Unlike sources such as Kodi, there’s never any issues getting a stream or with poor pictures and buffering.