As we reach the halfway stage of the 2010 Cheltenham Festival the best of the racing is still to come and Thursday’s card at jumping HQ looks set to be a thriller.
After high profile defeats to Dunguib and Master Minded on Tuesday and Wednesday, punters will be praying that Big Buck’s can get them back on track and the Ladbrokes World Hurdle looks at the mercy of the powerhouse.
Fortunately there are a number of live streaming options available to punters that want to watch the meeting on their computers and there is no reason why punters should not see every race at this year’s Festival.
Here are our top recommendations:
Bet365 Live Streaming
Bet365 has one of the best live streaming services available accessible under bet365 > live streaming. When you are logged in click on the live streaming link and a pop-up window will open which shows bet365 EXTRA their live streaming console. From here you will be able to watch races live plus watch race archives. Bet365 is offering all readers a £200 free bet during Cheltenham.
Ladbrokes Live Streaming
Leading British bookie Ladbrokes are offering their customers live coverage of all races at this year’s Festival using RacingUK feeds. By placing a bet of only £1 on a race, punters get to see all the action unfold on their computer. The firm are also offering their customers a free £200 bet this week during Cheltenham.
Victor Chandler Live Streaming
Victor Chandler are streaming live coverage of all the races from the Festival and they have launched their new, ground-breaking service to coincide with the Cheltenham Festival! If you are trying to watch the Cheltenham Festival online or see race replays simply - 1. Go to Victor Chandler 2. Sign-in 3. Click on the video icon next to the race you want to watch or click on race archive. Victor Chandler are also offering new customers a free £100 bet on the 2010 Cheltenham Festival
As you’d expect, Ireland’s leading bookie Paddy Power are also streaming all the action from Cheltenham live to their customers and a bet of £5 or € 5 is enough to watch each of next week’s races as and when they happen. They too offer their customers a free bet on the Festival, sign up now and get £50 worth of free bets.