When is the 2024 Cheltenham Festival? Who are the antepost favourites for next year’s big races?

When can we do it all again?

Constitution Hill wins the Champion Hurdle


We’ve had four thrilling days of action as emerging stars, fan favourites and shock winners stole the headlines at the Cheltenham Festival.

Sadly, that means the curtain’s coming down on this year’s mega meeting, which begs the key question – when can we do it all again?

Well, the countdown begins now as the 2024 Cheltenham Festival takes place between Tuesday, March 12 and Friday, March 15. Bring it on!

Paddy’s already tasked his traders with pricing up 2024 Cheltenham Festival betting markets and you can run the rule over those on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app.

Unsurprisingly, Constitution Hill is the favourite in Paddy Power’s antepost Champion Hurdle odds after destroying the field in Tuesday’s renewals. Owner Michael Buckley and trainer Nicky Henderson will need to decide whether to stick to hurdling or go chasing with the superstar horse, however.

Constitution Hill 2024 Champion Hurdle (Antepost)

Willie Mullins’ emerging jumper El Fabiolo heads Paddy Power’s Champion Chase antepost betting after an dazzling display en route to victory in the Arkle Chase on Tuesday.

El Fabiolo 2024 Champion Chase (Antepost)

You’ll find the biggest-priced favourite in our Paddy Power Stayers’ Hurdle antepost betting and the early market leader is Teahupoo, who crossed the line in third but was awarded second place in this year’s renewal after a stewards enquiry.

Teahupoo 2024 Paddy Power Stayers Hurdle (Antepost)

Galopin Des Champs landed the Blue Riband in thrilling style after a brilliant battle with Bravemansgame and Willie Mullins’ stable star is the early favourite in our antepost betting for the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

Galopin Des Champs 2024 Gold Cup (Antepost)

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