The leading independent tipster site for the 2014 Cheltenham Festival has welcomed a huge number of followers to as they prepare to deliver a number of winners at the ‘Greatest Show on Turf.’

Thousands of racing fanatics have flocked to the new Twitter @cheltenham handle with the promise that they’ll be receiving expert tips from a team of form students that will be dedicating all of their time to the Cheltenham Festival.

It means that the tipping team at will be working around the clock, seven days a week to make sure they leave no stone unturned ahead of one of the most daunting punting puzzles on the racing calendar.

The 27 races that make up the Cheltenham Festival are the most hotly contested of the season, with around 500 horses competing for over £3.4 million of win and place prize money. The contests on offer compete only with the Grand National in terms of prestige in the jump racing calendar and finding a winner at the meeting is not always as easy as you’d imagine.

Luckily the fan’s choice site are looking to do the hard work for their readers and they’ll be looking for another profitable week at the home of jump racing.

The site’s editor, Nick Wilby, has guaranteed winners over the course of the four days and he hopes the site can come out on top in their war with the nation’s leading layers.

Wilby commented: "It’s no secret that the Cheltenham Festival is one of the hardest punting fixtures of the year and it can turn into a real slog for race fans. Four days is a long time and it’s essential that you get off to a flyer at the meeting.

"Last year we were well on top going into the Thursday and Friday and we’ll be looking for another quick start this year. Our team of Cheltenham Festival specialists are locked away studying the 2014 Festival form and we’re confident that we have a massive week in store on our new @cheltenham Twitter handle."

Along with a number of expert tips, is also giving out a number of tickets to the Festival in their latest giveaways. They have sent hundreds of race fans to the Festival in recent years and readers are making the most of all the competitions on

With the four championship races, the Champion Hurdle, World Hurdle, Champion Chase and Gold Cup, all set to take place at Prestbury Park, it looks to be another spectacular showpiece on the Cotswolds and the countdown to the meeting continues at
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