Cheltenham 2016 betting tips: Un De Sceaux, Sprinter Sacre, Yanworth enhanced odds and race times

Looking ahead to Wednesday at Cheltenham, find out how you can get enhanced odds of 12/1 on Un De Sceaux to win the Queen Mother Champion Chase

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Can Un De Sceaux provide more glory for Willie Mullins? Photo: Betfair

Barry Geraghty will look to emulate his fellow Irishman Ruby Walsh’s success on day two of the 2016 Cheltenham Festival.

The Neptune Novices’ Hurdle is first on the race card and Geraghty will be aiming to steer Yanworth to glory in the Grade 1 event.

The County Meath jockey will also be on board More Of That in the RSA Chase but No More Heroes will be aiming to stop Jonjo O’Neill’s eight-year-old.

However, undoubtedly the highlight of the second day of the Cheltenham Festival will be the Queen Mother Champion Chase, which will get under way at 15:30 GMT on Wednesday afternoon.

Willie Mullins and Walsh will be hoping their favourite Un De Sceaux can cap an impressive start for the Irish combination at the festival.

However, Nick Henderson’s Sprinter Sacre will provide Mullins’s impressive horse with a stern challenge over the 1 mile, Grade 1 race.

Please note: All of the Cheltenham betting offers featured in this post are time-limited and are subject to removal.

Yanworth to win the Neptune Novices Hurdle – 14/1

Yanworth is the 6/4 favourite to win the Neptune Novices’ Hurdle. History is on Yanworth’s side too, given seven of the last 10 favourites to win the Neptune Novices Hurdle went on and delivered a victory for their backers. New Betfair customers can get 14/1 enhanced odds on Yanworth to win the Neptune Novices Hurdle. Click here to sign up for this offer.

Please note: The max stake on this bet is £5

No More Heroes to win the RSA Chase – 12/1

No More Heroes is unbeaten over fences but so is his rival More Of That in the RSA Chase. The Gordon Elliot-trained novice has raced more times than the favourite which should count in his favour. No More Heroes is priced just behind More Of That at 5/2. However, new Betfair customers can get 12/1 enhanced odds on No More Heroes to win the RSA Chase. Click here to sign up for this offer.

Please note: The max stake on this bet is £10

Un De Sceaux to win the Champion Chase – 12/1

This Mullins’s horse will be hoping to emulate the success of stablemates Annie Power, Douvan and Vroum Vroum Mag on day one of Cheltenham. The impressive eight-year-old has won five of his seven chase starts. He won at Ascot to underline his Champion Chase credentials. New Betfair customers can get enhanced odds of 12/1 on Un De Sceaux to win the Champion Chase. Click here to sign up for this offer.

Please note: The max stake on this bet is £5

Sprinter Sacre to win the Champion Chase – 14/1

For those who don’t fancy backing the favourite to win Tuesday’s premier race, Sprinter Sacre could be a tempting alternative. The match-up between Un De Sceaux and Sprinter Sacre has been likened to a boxing bout as the two heavyweight trainers Mullins and Henderson go head-to-head. New Betfair customers can get 14/1 enhanced odds on Sprinter Sacre to win. Click here to sign up for this offer.

Yanworth, More Of That and Un De Sceaux to win – 25/1

If an accumulator is more to your taste, Betfair have a special offer to satisfy your cravings. Yanworth, More Of That and Un De Sceaux are all priced as favourties in their respective races to win on day two of Cheltenham. But new Betfair customers can get Yanworth, More Of That and Un De Sceaux at enhanced odds of 25/1. Click here to sign up for this offer.

Please note: The max stake on this bet is £5

If none of the above offers take your fancy, click here for some more offerings for Wednesday at Cheltenham 2016.

Cheltenham Festival race times: Wednesday 16 March 2016

13:30 Neptune Novices Hurdle
14:10 RSA Chase
14:50 Coral Cup
15:30 Queen Mother Champion Chase
16:10 Cross Country Chase
16:50 Fred Winter Handicap Hurdle
17:30 Champion Bumper
(all times GMT)

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