Cheltenham Festival 2015 tips, news, racecard, form apps
Fans of horses racing have been eagerly been looking forward to the Cheltenham Festival, the National Hunt Meeting that runs from Tuesday March 10th to Friday March 13th. Jockey AP McCoy will be bowing out from riding this season after a career lasting 22 years and two Gold Cup wins, so this will be an occasion to remember. For all the Cheltenham Gold Festival 2015 news, tips, racing form and more we have suggestions of Android and iPhone apps that you should find useful.
Over the next few days we’ll see championship races such as the Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Champion Chase, World Hurdle, and of course the Cheltenham Gold Cup plus much more, so mobile apps are a good way of keeping informed about what’s going on. We’ll give you details of two apps, one for Android devices and one for the iOS platform, and these are both free app so worth taking a look at. Simply hit the title links to be taken straight to the iTunes or Google Play Store app descriptions.
A highly rated iOS app for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad is Cheltenham Festival 2015 — Tips, Racing Form and Free Bets. The app arrived on the App Store recently and offers the very latest Festival news, expert tips, previews, free bets and more. There’s betting analysis, the latest Cheltenham promotions, reviews on racing bookies, the Festival racecard, video previews, the latest odds, and form guide for all 27 races.
Alternatively if you have an Android device you might want to check out Cheltenham Festival 2015 Tips. This app released just a few days ago and has already achieved a very high user rating. The free Guide offers info on the Gold Cup as well as every other day of the meeting, and includes expert tips, racing form, and news. It offers the Festival racecard, detailed horse racing previews, links to follow Cheltenham live on Facebook, and also links to watch previous Gold Cup winners and historic Festival horse races.
With the likes of AP McCoy, Ruby Walsh, Sam Twiston-Davies, Barry Gerraghty and Paul Townend in action, the stage is set for some thrilling horse racing over the next few days. Will you be trying out either of these Cheltenham Festival 2015 apps to optimize your enjoyment of the racing this week? If so, why not let us know what you think of them by sending us a comment