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Join 50,000 Cheltenham Fans! Facebook Preview Night Monday 7pm

The hugely popular Cheltenham Festival Betting Facebook page, which smashed through 50,000 likes last week, will be hosting its very own ‘Cheltenham Festival preview night’ this Monday evening between 7pm-9pm – just hours before the main event kicks off.

But instead of calling in the big names from around the National Hunt world, like Paul Nicholls and AP McCoy, the panel will consist of all of the racing fanatics that have liked and contributed to the page since it was launched. We think that these are the people really in the know and the ones that speak truthfully with no agenda.

There will be no sitting on the fence, no quotes such as “I think he’ll run a good race” or “he did a nice piece of work this morning”.

All views, opinions, tips and banter will be from the people who make horse racing so enthralling – the punters!

Plus, they’ll be an opportunity for everyone taking part to win 2 x tickets for St Patricks day next Thursday at the Cheltenham Festival. We are asking all the followers of the page to send in their questions for the evening and the best 10 will be used on the night.

At the end of the evening, we’ll decide who has contributed most to the debate and sent in the best topics to discuss. If that person is you, then you will win the pair of sold-out tickets to one of Cheltenham’s biggest day of the year.

Get involved.

Topics of discussion are likely to vary across many areas of the Festival. Can the legendary Hurricane Fly fend off a brigade of young hurdlers to win his Champion Hurdle? Will super mare Annie Power make Big Buck’s bankrupt in the World Hurdle. And who is the handicap good thing of the entire meeting?

Of course, we will be asking everyone for their best bets, and whether anyone is sitting pretty at this stage from an ante-post perspective.

Join us from 7pm, on Monday 10 March for an evening of excitement ahead of the ‘Greatest Show On Turf’.

Tickets are free and you can bring all the food and drink you like, but remember, being hung-over for the first day of the Festival isn’t recommended. There is no dress code either – turn up in just your pants if you wish!

Everyone’s opinion counts – see you there, you wouldn’t want to miss out winning two money-can’t-buy tickets now, would you?

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