14 Wednesday March, 2018
Time Race and Top Selection
13:30 Wednesday

Neptune Novices Hurdle

14:10 Wednesday

RSA Chase

14:50 Wednesday

Coral Cup

15:30 Wednesday

Queen Mother Chase

16:10 Wednesday

Cross Country Chase

16:50 Wednesday

Fred Winter Hurdle

17:30 Wednesday

Champion Bumper

Cheltenham Tips Day 2

Cheltenham Tips Day 2 for Ladies Day on the Wednesday of the Cheltenham Festival. This year the second day of the Cheltenham Festival will be on 15/3/2017.

Away from the racing,the best dressed Lady Competition is a big attraction for Ladies Day with over 10k in prizes! Gates open at 1030, first race is 13.30 and last race 15.30.

But onto the betting! We have race previews for each of the Day 2 races full of tips from our expert tipsters. Click on the race name to take you there.

After the excitement of Day 1, Cheltenham festival Day 2 doesn't let up. The first race is the Neptune Novices hurdle for future stars of racing with a little bit more stamina than those opening up the first day. Faugheen won this race in 2014 before winning the Champion Hurdle the following year so it is by no means inferior to the Supreme Novices on day 1. Check out the Neptune Novice Hurdle Tips.

The theme continues with the second race of the Day 2 being a longer test for Novice chasers than the second race on Day 1. The RSA chase for novices over 3miles of the Old Course is a real test of stamina with future stars of staying chases having won this race before such as Bobs Worth and Denman.

Cheltenham Festival Day 2 Tips
The third race of Cheltenham Day 2 is a handicap hurdle. The Coral Cup is an exciting race where punters and bookmakers opinions will be spread across many runners. Good luck with finding the winner of this race without the help of the horse racing experts at OLBG. Check out their tips here.

The fourth race on each day at Cheltenham is the feature race of the day. On Cheltenham Day 2, Ladies Day, the feature race is the Queen Mother Champion Chase. An exciting race for the fastest sprint chasers in national hunt racing. You may need to hold your breath at every fence!

The cross country chase is an enjoyable race to watch for many. If you are lucky enough to go to Cheltenham for Ladies Day, then make the effort to cross the course to the centre of the course and get an up close view of this race. Age doesn't matter so much for this one as it is often run at a slow pace, with so many obstacles and such a distance to cover. See the Cheltenham Cross Country Chase tips here.

Cheltenham Day 2, race five is a chance to back a big price winner, with recent winners starting at 25/1, 33/1, 25/1 and 40/1. There are ways to narrow down the field and trainers who particularly target this race. All is revealed in our Fred Winter Hurdle preview.

The last race on Day 2 is a National Hunt race without jumps. This race produces many future winners at the Festival. Willie Mullins often has several runners but it hasnt been his most fancied ones that have won in recent years. Briar Hill at 25/1, Champagne Fever at 16/1 and Cousin Vinny at 12/1 have returned good odds for Mullins horses in recent years. Check out our Champion Bumper Tips. We hope you have a great second day at Cheltenham. Please return here for more of our Cheltenham Tips