Cheltenham betting: 16/1 enhanced odds on Silviniaco Conti to win Gold Cup

Cheltenham betting 2015: Get 16/1 enhanced odds on Silviniaco Conti to win the Gold Cup or 7/1 on AP McCoy to win any race

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AP McCoy has been Champion Jockey for the last 19 seasons Photo: Racingfotos.com

The prestigious Gold Cup takes centre stage on final day of Cheltenham on Friday – and Paddy Power are offering new customers enhanced odds of 16/1 on Silviniaco Conti to win.

If that particular offer doesn’t take your fancy, the bookmaker is also offering an incredible 7/1 enhanced price on AP McCoy to win any race on Friday.

Cheltenham betting 2015: Enhanced odds

Silviniaco Conti to win the Gold Cup – 16/1

AP McCoy to win any race on Friday – 7/1

What’s more, Paddy Power will also refund any losing stakes as free bets, making these exclusive offers effectively risk free investments.

To get either of the above Cheltenham betting enhancements for Friday, open a Paddy Power account through the relevant link and place your chosen bet at the normal price on site. If your bet is a winner, your new account will be topped up as per the terms and conditions set out on the landing page.

Please note that these Cheltenham betting enhanced odds offers will only be available for a limited time heading into the final day of the event.

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Silviniaco Conti is currently the 9/2 favourite to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup on Friday. Should the horse, which will be ridden by Noel Fehily, win the Cheltenham Festival showpiece, it would hand Paul Nicholls a fifth win in the prestigious race, matching the record for a trainer.

Considering that Silviniaco Conti is currently priced at 9/2 as the warm favourite, Paddy Power’s price boost to 16/1 is sure to tempt plenty of punters into a flutter ahead of the Gold Cup at 15:20 GMT on Friday.

Elsewhere, the Irish bookmaker is also offering new customers enhanced odds of 7/1 on AP McCoy to win any race on Friday.

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The Northern Irishman, who has more than 4,000 winners to his name, will be keen to end his last Cheltenham Festival with at least one triumph on the final day of the prestigious event.

McCoy, the Champion Jockey for the past 19 seasons, will be on board Hargam @ 7/1, Princely Con @ 9/1, Fletcher’s Flyer @ 18/1, Carlingford Lough @ 10/1 and Ned Buntline @ 5/1 on Friday.

To back AP McCoy to win any race at 7/1 on Friday, simply open a Paddy Power account through this link, and place your chosen bet at the normal price on site. See the landing page for terms and conditions.

Cheltenham race schedule for Friday (day 4)

13:30 GMT JCB Triumph Hurdle

14:05 GMT County Handicap Hurdle

14:40 GMT Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle

15:20 GMT Cheltenham Gold Cup

16:00 GMT Foxhunter Steeple Chase

16:40 GMT Conditional Jockeys Hurdle

17:15 GMT Grand Annual Chase

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