Cheltenham Tips : Our 2015 Cheltenham Bets

Once again all eyes turn to Prestbury Park and the 2015 Cheltenham Festival - its sure to be another classic as we see AP McCoy wave goodbye on board Carlingford Lough in the showpiece race the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

We're all set for another four days of top quality racing, which kicks off with arguably the race of the Festival, the Champion Hurdle, as Hurricane Fly, Faugheen, & The New One do battle on the opening day.

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The Cheltenham Festival 2015 looks to be back with a bang as punters and horse racing fans cast eyes on the leafy village of Cheltenham, which once again will be a hive of spilt Guiness and tossed betting slips as the cream of the crop take the stage at Prestbury Park.

The event once again kicks off on Tuesday 10th March and ends on Friday 14th March.

The famous Cheltenham roar will no doubt be louder than ever as the horses take to the start in the opener, the Superme Novices Hurdle, with no doubt plenty of thoughts on the race of the day, the Champion Hurdle asWillie Mullins and Hurricane Fly look to capture their Leopardstown form and once more take the spoils.

It will be a difficult ask this time around, with The New One fancied to go close with Sam Twiston Davies, having already won the International Hurdle at Cheltenham in December and a little unlucky in this race last time around, but no doubt all eyes will be on emerging star and Irish raider Faugheen, trained by the irrepresible Willie Mullins.

Currently the market leader at 11/10, Faugheen looks to have all the tools to take the showpiece on the opening day, and at four years younger than 11 year old stablemate Hurricane Fly, who can be backed at 7/1, there is plenty of buzz about this new emerging talent.

Its Ladies Day on Wednesday, and the girls will be no doubt be out in force at the Festival. Once of the most fancied horses of the 2015 Festival, Sprinter Sacre returns to action in the Queen Mother Champion Chase.

Nicky Henderson's jewel in the crown was out for almost a yearm but once set pulses racing with his comeback at Ascot, where he was beaten into second place by Dodging Bullets, who is the second placed favourite at 4/1 for the race.

The Guinness will be flowing come Thursday, which is more affectionately known as St Patricks Day at the Festivalas the Irish contingent turn the heat up a notch for another superb day of racing.

Its currently a three horse race in the betting, with Zarkandar, More of That & Saphir de Rheu in a three way tie at around 5/1, although Annie Power looks a massive threat for Willie Mullins, and the Irish would most certainly take the roof off if the Irish horse were to win on St Paddys Day.

Another horse who could shine on the day is Rock On Ruby, who is having a superb season for Harry Fry, and much is expected and could be plenty of each way value at 8/1.

The Festival reaches its climax on Friday afternoon with the centrepiece race, the 2015 Cheltenham Gold Cup.

Nicky Henderson's Silviniaco Conti is once again heavily fancied and is the current market favourite at around 3/1. although this year the race looks wide open.