Author: Press Release

The Grand National Betting for new beginners in the arena of racing and betting

The Grand National Horse racing is the ideal place for people interested in horse racing event. Horse racing events are not just any leisure activity! Betting on horse racing events is quite popular. If you haven’t ever tried your hands in the game of fortune- betting, first of all, you must learn about the essential rules. The popular racing games get hosted in the mid of summer vacations when people plan for holidays.

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Belgium’s Olivier Philippaerts takes second ahead of Britain’s Michael Whitaker in third; 11-horse jump-off is a real thriller

It was freezing cold outside but the temperature in the Scandinavium Arena was near boiling point today when, for the second year in a row, Swedish superstar Henrik von Eckermann (36) and his brilliant mare, Mary Lou, galloped to victory in front of their home crowd at the last leg of the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2017/2017 Western European League in Gothenburg (SWE).

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History of Cheltenham Festival

The hugely popular Cheltenham Festival is held every year in the month of March at Prestbury Park. It is the most highly anticipated horse racing event in the whole UK. All the best British and Irish trained horses gather at Cheltenham which is relatively rare during the rest of the season. Its prize money is second only to the Grand National. Cheltenham Gold Cup is its most popular race while the Queen Mother Champion Chase, Champion Hurdle and World Hurdle are also well-known races. Compared to the Grand National it is a little new, but still its history goes back to the 1860s when the event used to take place at the Market Harborough under the title Grand National Hunt Meeting. The event continued to be held at various locations. After 1911 though, the location of the festival has not been changed and it is taking place at Cheltenham to this day. Now the festival is very near again and will start from the 13th of March. It is the best place for all the bookmakers, punters and horeracing fans who wait most anxiously for this event during the rest of the year. For 4 days, all the best British and Irish horses and jockeys gather at the Prestbury Park for a huge £4.3 million in prizes. An average of about 62,000 people come to attend the festival every...

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