1. Huntingdon tips for December 10 include Top Notch bets in the Peterborough Chase and Western Ryder odds

      Huntingdon tips: Western Ryder a Top Notch punt on Peterborough Chase day

      Our fancies for all seven races on Peterborough Chase day this Sunday!

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    2. Sandown tips for December 9 include Brain Power odds and Sugar Baron bets

      Sandown Saturday tips: Brain Power, Fox Norton answers to features

      Who takes our fancy in all seven races on Tingle Creek day at Esher venue?

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    3. Aintree tips for December 9 include Flying Angel odds and Gas Line Boy bets

      Aintree tips: Flying Angel, Gas Line boy among Becher Chase day bets

      Our top tips for all seven races on a cracking card, featuring two contests over the Grand National fences.

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    4. 2017 Becher Chase tips from Aintree say back Blaklion odds

      Becher Chase tips: Blaklion can roar to Aintree success

      Nigel Twiston-Davies' gelding the one to be on in 3m 2f feature contest over the National fences.

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    5. 2017 Tingle Creek Chase tips say back Fox Norton bets over Politologue odds at Sandown

      Tingle Creek Chase tips: Fox Norton impossible to oppose

      Fox Norton fancied to follow-up on second Shloer success with Tingle Creek triumph at Sandown.

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    6. Sandown tips for December 8 include On The Blind Side odds

      Sandown Friday tips: Lithic and On The Blind Side among best bets

      Lithic, On The Blind Side and Shanroe Santos feature among selections for all six races on competitive card at Esher venue.

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    7. 2017 Caspian Caviar Gold Cup weights have Waiting Patiently and Splash Of Ginge on the rise

      Caspian Caviar Gold Cup weights: Splash Of Ginge, Waiting Patiently rise

      The weights are out for the Grade 2m 5f handicap at Cheltenham's International Meeting.

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    8. This Becher Chase stats guide has five key race trends including betting and course form

      Becher Chase stats guide: 5 key trends for Aintree handicap

      What do five key race trends tell us about the unique Becher test over the Grand National fences?

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    9. Fergal O'Brien horses to follow this season

      7 Fergal O’Brien horses to follow for 2018 Cheltenham Festival

      Which horses in local to Cheltenham handler O'Brien's stable have impressed our experts?

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    10. 2017 Tingle Creek betting is headed by Douvan odds from Fox Norton

      Douvan odds-on for winning return in Tingle Creek Chase

      Willie Mullins' star 2m chaser resumes rivalry with Fox Norton in Sandown showpiece.

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    Horse racing

    There is something special about horse racing. Both National Hunt and Flat meetings bring genuine excitement to horse racing fans and punters. Whether it’s hurdles, fences, bumpers, the flying 5f, or a handicap over obstacles or without, the action is always exciting. While the Cheltenham Festival is the centrepiece of the National Hunt horse racing season in the UK, there’s also big jumps and flat racing on almost every day of the year either in Great Britain or Ireland. At Hurdle Bet, we are concerned with the very best horses running at the most high-profile courses. Those jump meetings really do shape the Festival, including other ones at Cheltenham and the Grand National at Aintree. Over the summer, the action turns to the flat with Royal Ascot and Classics like the Derby at Epsom. Whatever stage of the season we are at, there are always tasty tips and the latest horse racing news on offer to keep you in the know.

    All the big jumps and flat racing covered by Hurdle Bet

    From Ascot to York and everything in between, Hurdle Bet coverage is comprehensive of major National Hunt and Flat meetings. Big jumps racing takes centre stage in autumn, winter and spring, so there is plenty to go at. Ayr hosts the Scottish Grand National, Chepstow the Welsh Grand National and Fairyhouse the Irish Grand National, and these always attract huge betting interest. Staying in the Emerald Isle, the Leopardstown Festival between Christmas and New Year and Punchestown Festival in April are also significant. Kempton Park, meanwhile, could face closure in the coming years, but is home to the historic King George VI Chase on Boxing Day. Newbury hosts plenty of fine Flat racing and the Hennessy Gold Cup in November, another major race on the road to the Cheltenham Festival and Grand National. Neighbouring Aintree is Merseyside venue Haydock Park, which stages the Betfair Chase over jumps and plenty on the flat. Sandown is where the British National Hunt season comes to an end but is a multi-purpose venue like Newcastle. Stick with Hurdle Bet for all the big horse racing whether it’s over jumps or on the flat.