Cheltenham Festival

With JPW Racing Tipster

You are here: Home / Subscribe / Festival only service / Next festival

Cheltenham Festival 2021

What can you expect from the Cheltenham Festival?

We were in great form in 2020 on our weekend and festivals, making over 55 points profit just on our Festivals. We are looking to continue that form into 2021 and smash home some huge profits in our favourite Festival of them all – the Cheltenham Festival.

Cheltenham is our local racecourse, and one where we always strive to shine. We’ve had some incredible results at the Cheltenham Festival over the years, with over 67 points being achieved in one Festival previously.

The most recent Cheltenham Festival, in 2020, yielded 11 points profit – we’re looking to blow that out of the water this time around.

We have now made profit in 12 of the last 12 Cheltenham Festivals and are looking to keep our 110% strike rate going.

We are as honest and trustworthy as they come and customers are at the forefront of everything we do.

By joining JPW Racing Tipster, you will know that all tips are fully researched and come with a full write up for every tip. An example of what was sent out at a previous Cheltenham Festival can be seen below.

We give a very in depth analysis for every race we tip in, accompanied by a selection. The write ups show the massive amount of work that goes in and exactly how thorough we are, in the work we produce, keeping it professional from start to finish.

To view an example of how our tips are sent via email,
and the write ups you'll receive, check out our ebook below.

View Example Write Ups

2020 Festival results

Profit to £10 stakes


Average monthly profit


Return on Investment


Detailed results

Click here

Two winning write ups from the past two years from the Cheltenham Festival

11th March 2020

5:30 Champion Bumper

FERNY HOLLOW 12/1 generally – 0.5 POINTS E/W

Appreciate It is a red hot favourite following his last 2 wins. To be fair he has looked impressive but Patrick Mullins, although a decent jockey, is not as good as some of these professional jockeys. I was not impressed by how far he set off the pace with Carefully Selected and has shown me he lacks concentration at crucial times.

The same could be said about Paul Townend after his ride on Benie but in fairness, he probably wasn’t expecting Robbie Power to come off rail, who if he stayed on the rail with Stormy Ireland, we could possibly be saying it was bold move and great ride. Those are the fine margins so I will give him another chance on FERNY HOLLOW who was purchased for £300k by Cheveley Park Stud, following a 15 length win in a point to point. Envoi Allen won this for the same owners last year and they have another great chance this season. They are going to go a good clip in this race and it will help FERNY HOLLOW settle. The horse disappointed on his first two starts but was a different horse for the hood which was fitted last time out, when he won on the bridle by 4 lengths. I think this horse has much more improvement to come and under a Paul Townend ride he can give the favourite something to think about. E/W.

12th March 2019

2:50 Ultima Handicap Chase

BEWARE THE BEAR 16/1 with Paddy Power and Betway – 0.5 PTS E/W (6 places, 1/5 odds)

BEWARE THE BEAR was a fast finishing 4th in this race last year and seems to do all his best work at the end of races. He went for a breathing operation in August and has had two runs this season. His first start of the season was in the Hennessy Gold Cup where again he was a fast finishing 4th of 12. It was a decent run but was much the same as what we have seen in the past. He then came to Cheltenham on New Years Day and looked a different horse, fitted with first time blinkers. They worked the oracle and he went from the front that day, jumped amazingly to score by 5 lengths. I was taken with the performance and more so the jumping as that was something he had struggled with in the past. The blinkers are back on and I imagine they will apply the same front running style as it seemed to work last time. He has not run since and I imagine Nicky Henderson has been saving his handicap mark at 151 which is only 1lb higher than last year, and he seems a better horse this time around. The ground will be fine as he has decent form on soft/heavy in the past and Jeremiah McGrath takes the ride and he knows the horse really well. I am expecting a huge run and I am confident he can better his 4th place last year at the very least. E/W.

What festival packages are available?

Our Cheltenham Festival is just £18.99 for the entire meeting – extensive and comprehensive coverage! Do not miss out!

Don’t forget we also cover 16 festivals each year and you can pay quarterly for £39 which gives you a strong saving.

You could even pay yearly for £119 and get all 16 festivals which gives you an even bigger discount.

Our focus and confidence is high, so you are in for a treat.

Don’t miss out as we will only have 300 spaces available.

Note: If you already have an account, please login before completing the form below.


Pin It on Pinterest