Behind the scenes the work that goes into preparing a race horse for Cheltenham is meticulous and is a long process in order for a horse to peak on the day. Most horses have now had their prep runs so it is all about keeping them ticking along but at the same time avoiding any last minute injuries. This can also be a tense period for punters who have bet horses hoping they avoid injury and make the big race.
Cheltenham is a completely different atmosphere to the likes of Royal Ascot so what exactly is the certain etiquette in the different enclosures and even at the stables? This guide will show all. Looking to the racing action and the big race; the latest Cheltenham 2018 betting on the Gold Cup has the Henderson trained Might Bite as the favourite as he looks to extend his impressive winning run.