Cheltenham Gold Cup Odds - 2020
The Cheltenham Gold Cup is set to be the most bet on race on Day 4 of Cheltenham Festival. It's run over 3m 2f 70y with the winner walking away with £625,000 in prize money!
Cheltenham Gold Cup Betting Odds
Check out the best odds that British Bookmakers offer for the favourites to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup in 2020 below. Tap ALL ODDS to see odds from more bookmakers.
NB: Cheltenham Gold Cup odds correct at the time this Cheltenham betting guide went live and are subject to change. Last updated: 07:04 on 14/03/2019.
Cheltenham Gold Cup Betting Guide
The 2020 Cheltenham Festival wraps up on Friday 13th March, when all eyes will be on bookmakers Cheltenham Gold Cup odds, which attracts some of the world’s best horses.
With one of the most prestigious and sought-after racing titles up for grabs, and £625,000 in prize money, we’re sure this years Cheltenham Gold Cup won’t disappoint.
Friday's Cheltenham Gold Cup is set to be one of the most competitive iterations of the big race that punters and horse racing fans will have seen in quite some time.
Last years’ top 4 are all back in contention for the title, and there are also some strong new runners that could throw a spanner in the works, making this one race you won’t want to miss!
British Bookmakers offer ‘Presenting Percy’, the 8 year old Bay Gelding trained by Pat Kelly, as one of the favourites to win the 2020 Cheltenham Gold Cup.
He has had a few good runs over the last season, securing 4 wins from 5 races, which included a fantastic win in the RSA Chase at Cheltenham back in 2018.
‘Presenting Percy’ looks extremely strong coming into Cheltenham Festival, and if he is on form on the day, there’s no reason why he can’t beat the other top runners and take the coveted title.
When looking at bookmakers latest betting odds, it's clear that ‘Clan Des Obeaux’ the 7 year old Bay Gelding trained by Paul Nicholls, is also one of the main contenders for the race.
Although he had a pretty average run last season, things have improved in recent times and ‘Clan Des Obeaux’ has had impressive wins in both of his last 2 outings.
A win at Kempton on Boxing Day was followed up with another stunning win at Ascot in February, and ‘Clan Des Obeaux’ should definitely be on your radar for the Gold Cup!
Bookmakers offer ‘Native River’ who was last year’s Gold Cup winner, as another favourite.
Colin Tizzard’s 9 year old Chestnut Gelding has only had 2 runs since last years win, and although he only secured top 3 finishes, ‘Native River’ still has the ability to win the title again.
Willie Mullins ‘Kemboy’ is also a watcher if Cheltenham Gold Cup odds are anything to go by.
The 7 year old Bay Gelding has won his last 4 races, and after such strong performances and a new handicap, he’s one to watch and maybe back in this years top race.
Also in the top runners is ‘Might Bite’ who was the runner up in last years Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Trained by Nicky Henderson, unfortunately the 10 year old Bay Gelding hasn’t had the best start to his season, with poor finishes in the Betfair Chase and the King George.
‘Might Bite’ may be amongst the bookmaker’s favourites, but he has a lot to prove in this race.
The final contender in online bookmakers top 6 runners for the 2020 Cheltenham Gold Cup is another Willie Mullins trained 9 year old Gelding called ‘Bellshill’.
Yet again, there are quite a few strong Irish runners in the line up this year, and with 3 wins over the last 5 years coming from the Irish, it will be interesting to see if they can win again.
Cheltenham Day 4 Races
The main race of the day is obviously the Cheltenham Gold Cup, but there are 6 other races being run on Friday March 15th. The full line up for Day 4 of the 2020 Cheltenham Festival is:
- 13:30 - Triumph Hurdle - [2m 139y]
- 14:10 - County Handicap Hurdle - [2m 179y]
- 14:50 - Albert Bartlett Novice Hurdle - [2m 7f 213y]
- 15:30 - Cheltenham Gold Cup - [3m 2f 70y]
- 16:10 - Foxhunters Steeple Chase - [3m 2f 70y]
- 16:50 - Grand Annual Chase - [2m 62y]
- 17:30 - Conditional Jockeys Hurdle - [2m 4f 56y]
Cheltenham Festival 2020
The Cheltenham Festival is, without a doubt, the biggest racing meet of the year, and with unrivalled betting opportunities and some of the best horses in the world set to take part, it’s not surprising that British Bookmakers are fighting for punters attention.
We recommend checking out our Cheltenham Festival 2020 betting guide which previews all of the best races to bet on each day including which bookmakers offer the best odds.
2019 - Cheltenham Gold Cup