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RUBY WALSH FREE BETS

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Welcome to Cheltenham Tips Ruby Walsh free bets page. Here we will give you the very best free offers and free tips. The Irish superstar jockey and Cheltenham Festival go hand in hand, over the last eleven years Walsh has been the top jockey a staggering nine times, only beaten by 2007 by Robert Thornton and Barry Geraghty in 2012. Over the last decade, Walsh has had the pleasure of riding the very best at the UK’s biggest jump festive, from some of the legendary Cheltenham horses to some of the young modern talents. Over time we will still be talking about; Big Bucks, Quevega, Hurricane Fly and Kauto Star whenever Cheltenham is mentioned. Quevega won six Mares Hurdles in a row between 2009 and 2014. Hurricane Fly was one of the most beautiful horse to watch, and became the first horse in thirty-eight years to regain the Champion Hurdle. Fly won in 2011, then was disappointing in 2012, and many were doubting whether Hurricane Fly would ever get back to his brilliant best. For those who ever doubted were blown away when Walsh eased to the front, the rest could only watch as Fly was just too good on the day.  Big Bucks was the king of the World Hurdle at Cheltenham, having won the title four years in a row between 2009 to 2012. Big Bucks was one of the most majestic horses we have seen at Cheltenham, and will never be forgotten. In 2009 history at Cheltenham happened, as Kauto Star the darling of Cheltenham became the first horse ever to regain the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Kauto Star was one of those rare horses that even non-race fans had heard of, and in 2009 he beat his old rival Denman to create a moment of history. The moment Kauto Star jumped the last, I don’t think I've ever heard a roar like it at Cheltenham. At the 2016 festival, Ruby Walsh rode an incredible seven winners, including some of Willie Mullins hottest new kids on the block. Annie Power almost brought Walsh to tears, when she won the Champion Hurdle. Annie Power had headed to Cheltenham the previous two years as an overwhelming favourite but had disappointed and in 2015 had fallen at the last when she had the Mares Hurdle at her mercy. Walsh and Mullins had always insisted that Annie Power was a star mare, but the rest if the racing world were now questioning whether she just wasn’t a Cheltenham horse. In 2016 all these questions were blown away as Annie Power finally took her crown, the tears in the winner's enclosure were clear to see for all involved.

As we head into the 2017 festival Ruby Walsh again has the pick of the crop, and we have some of the very best free bets and tips for you to take advantage of again. Walsh will be trusted to make new Cheltenham hero’s as he will ride the like of; Vroum Vroum Mag, Yorkhill,  Limini and Un De Sceaux. With that list it’s hard to see him not being crowned top jockey again.

 

8/1 MULLINS

 

8/1 Willie Mullins to be top trainer

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7/1 R.WALSH

 

7/1 Ruby Walsh to be top jockey

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DOUVAN 33/1

 

Douvan to win The Queen Mother Champion Chase

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16/1 DOUBLE

 

Altior and douvan win 16/1

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40/1 ACCA

 

40/1 Cheltenham Festival Accumulator

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10/1 DOUBLE

 

10/1 Altior and Douvan both to win

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40/1 ACCA

 

40/1 Cheltenham Festival Accumulator

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10/1 DOUBLE

 

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10/1 DOUBLE

 

10/1 Altior and Douvan both to win

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