Cheltenham Gold Cup 2023 Odds: Check out the latest betting for … –

Some vital Cheltenham Gold Cup clues have emerged over the Christmas period with the likes of Bravemansgame and Conflated enhancing their claims for the blue riband event at the 2023 Cheltenham Festival, and we take a look at the latest odds for the March 17 showpiece here…
A stunning winner of the King George VI Chase on Boxing Day, the Paul Nicholls-trained Bravemansgame is set to be wrapped up in cotton wool now until the Cheltenham Gold Cup on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival and the Ditcheat raider has become a huge contender for the prestigious prize. A sumptuous jumping display in the Kempton Park contest saw Bravemansgame slashed into a best-priced 10/1 and he will be one of the shining beacons of the UK challenge for Cheltenham Gold Cup glory.
Interestingly, L'Homme Presse, who was a faller at the last fence when looking beaten in the King George, is still a shorter price for the Gold Cup despite his Kempton tumble and Venetia Williams's raider is the 8/1 second favourite. A fine winner of the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase at last season's Cheltenham Festival, L'Homme Presse was a sparkling winner of the Rehearsal Chase at Newcastle earlier in the season and he will be another flying the flag for the home brigade.
Sitting well clear at the top of the ante-post betting for the 2023 Cheltenham Festival is the Willie Mullins-trained Galopin Des Champs, who is the 6/4 market leader, at the time of writing, and he showed he was in tremendous form when winning the John Durkan Memorial Chase at Punchestown earlier this month. He was an unlucky loser in the Turners Novices' Chase last season, as having pulled miles clear of Bob Olinger at last season's Cheltenham Festival, the 2021 Martin Pipe was a faller in the home straight and back-to-back Cheltenham wins were sent into the turf.
A real top class performer, Galopin Des Champs will be the one to beat, but there are a host of top notch Irish-trained runners that have to be respected in a fascinating betting market.
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A stunning 15-length winner of the race back in 2022, Henry De Bromhead's A Plus Tard is available at 9/1 currently, but he disappointed when pulling up in the Betfair Chase at Haydock Park on his comeback run, while he missed his Christmas outing when being declared a non-runner in the Savills Chase on the day of the race. A real spring sensation, he can't be ignored, but has to show his best form to deliver in this top class company.
The aforementioned Savills Chase was won impressively by former Irish Gold Cup winner Conflated, who was cut into 12/1 following his second Leopardstown Grade 1 event. A faller in the Ryanair Chase last season, the Gordon Elliott-trained raider is set to step up in trip for the Gold Cup and has to be another huge contender.
A runaway winner of the Betfair Chase at Haydock in early November, Dan Skelton's Protektorat (12/1) will be going for gold in March and is another prominent figure, while the likes of Grand National hero Noble Yeats (16/1), who stormed to Many Clouds Chase glory at Aintree and last year's National Hunt Chase winner Stattler (16/1) adds more depth to what should be an enthralling renewal. is committed to supporting Reponsible Gambling Initiatives – For additional information visit : GamCare | BeGambleAware | Gamblers Anonymous
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