The Cheltenham Gold Cup is by far the biggest race of the 2017 Festival – and you can get 20/1 enhanced odds on the likes of Cue Card, Native River and Djakadam to win the flagship event on Friday.
The race takes place at 15:30 GMT on Friday 17 March 2017 and is set to cap what has been a brilliant four days at the classic event.
Both Paddy Power and Betfair are offering all new customers a host of enticing Gold Cup odds offers ahead of the race, including 20/1 on favourites Cue Card, Native River and Djakadam.
There’s also a special offer on Native River to win the Gold Cup from 888sport for new customers. Sign up for an account now using the Gold Cup enhanced odds links below.
Cheltenham Gold Cup 2017 enhanced odds
20/1 on Cue Card to win with Paddy Power
20/1 on Cue Card to win with Betfair
20/1 on Native River to win with Betfair
20/1 on Djakadam to win with Paddy Power
20/1 on Djakadam to win with Betfair
20/1 on Sizing John to win with Betfair
14/1 on Native River to win the Gold Cup with 888sport
Race time: 15:30 GMT, Friday 17 March 2017
The time-limited Gold Cup odds offers shown above are for new customers only. You can get the special odds by signing up for an account through any of the links in the box above before the race (at 15:30 GMT) on Friday. Remember, all enhanced winnings are paid out in free bets and it’s best to see the relevant websites for the full T&Cs.
To get any of the Gold Cup enhanced odds shown in the box above, simply click on your chosen link and follow the instructions on the landing page. If your chosen horse wins the prestigious race, your new account will be topped up with the winnings as detailed on the landing page.
The Gold Cup is by far the biggest race at Cheltenham 2017 and is sure to attract huge amounts of betting interest on what is the final day of the Festival (and also St Patrick’s Day!).
Jockey Paddy Brennan will be desperate to make amends for last year’s failure in the Gold Cup with Cue Card after falling three fences out.
Djakadam finished as runner-up in the last two Gold Cups, while Native River has proven himself as very difficult to pass.
Djakadam is currently the favourite to win the Gold Cup on Friday at Cheltenham and is currently priced at odds of around 7/2 with most bookmakers. However, new Paddy Power and Betfair customers can get 20/1 on Djakadam to win by signing up for an account through either of the links below.
Get 20/1 on Cue Card to win the Gold Cup with Paddy Power >
Get 20/1 on Cue Card to win the Gold Cup with Betfair >
Cue Card is also among the favourites to win the prestigious race on Friday afternoon. He is priced at odds of around 9/2 with most bookmakers to triumph on Friday afternoon, making the enhanced odds offer below look very generous indeed.
Get 20/1 on Djakadam to win the Gold Cup with Paddy Power >
Get 20/1 on Djakadam to win the Gold Cup with Betfair >
Native River is also considered to be among the favourites to win the Gold Cup on Friday – and he features in enhanced odds offers for both 888sport and Betfair.
Get 20/1 on Native River to win the Gold Cup with Betfair >
Get 20/1 on Native River to win the Gold Cup with 888sport >
Sizing John is currently priced at odds of around 10/1 to win the Gold Cup on Friday, but you can back him at 20/1 by using the link below for new Betfair customers.
Get 20/1 on Sizing John to win the Gold Cup with Betfair >
When is the 2017 Gold Cup at Cheltenham?
The 2017 Gold Cup at Cheltenham takes place at 15:30 GMT on Friday 17 March 2017. The Cheltenham Festival is being shown live on ITV for television viewers in the UK.
Cheltenham 2017: Day four schedule and race times
Friday 17 March 2017
13:30 JCB Triumph Hurdle
14:10 Vincent O’Brien County Handicap Hurdle
14:50 Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle
15:30 Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup Steeple Chase
16:10 Foxhunter Steeple Chase
16:50 Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle
17:30 Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Steeple Chase
(All times GMT)
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