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Gold Cup 2018 Live Stream: Time, runners, odds and how to watch for free

The big race at the Cheltenham Festival 2018 is, of course, The Gold Cup – and today’s the day! Here’s everything you need to know about the Gold Cup 2018 including the Gold Cup time and runners, plus full details of how to live stream the Gold Cup and watch it online for free.

Might Bite, Native River and Our Duke are among the favourites in this year’s Gold Cup, which takes place this afternoon and is the fourth race of the day.

Fortunately, watching the Gold Cup via live stream couldn’t be easier, so here’s the details you need. Alternatively, read on for information on the Gold Cup runners and odds.

Gold Cup 2018 Live Stream: Gold Cup time and how to watch online for free

ITV has the rights to this year’s Cheltenham Festival and it’ll be providing live coverage of all of today’s action, including the Gold Cup, on ITV 1 from 1pm GMT.

The Gold Cup itself is scheduled to start at 3.30pm GMT, with ITV knocking-off at 4.30pm and the final two races shifting to Racing UK.

This means it’s dead easy to to live stream Cheltenham 2018 for free. All you need to do is head over to the ITV Hub on your computer, or download the ITV Hub app on your chosen device.

Here are the quick links you need to get started.

Gold Cup 2018 Runners: Which horses are running in the Cheltenham Gold Cup today?

No less than 18 horses will be running in the 2018 Gold Cup. In alphabetical order, they are:

  • American (FR) N Fehily
  • Anibale Fly (FR) B J Geraghty
  • Bachasson (FR) D J Mullins
  • Definitly Red (IRE) D Cook
  • Djakadam (FR) Mr P W Mullins
  • Double Shuffle (IRE) A P Heskin
  • Edwulf (GB) Mr D O’Connor
  • Killultagh Vic (IRE) TBC
  • Might Bite (IRE) N De Boinville
  • Minella Rocco (IRE) M P Walsh
  • Native River (IRE) R Johnson
  • Our Duke (IRE) R M Power
  • Outlander (IRE) J W Kennedy
  • Road To Respect (IRE) S W Flanagan
  • Saphir Du Rheu (FR) S Twiston-Davies
  • Shantou Flyer (IRE) J Bowen
  • Tea For Two (GB) Lizzie Kelly
  • Total Recall (IRE) P Townend

Gold Cup 2018 Odds: Tips for today’s Gold Cup

As we’ve said, Might Bite, Native River and Our Duke are being tipped for today’s Gold Cup, but we also like the longer odds being offered on Cue CardThe Last Samurai and Tea for Two, which could represent clever each-way punts. We’re not full-time pundits, however, so take these tips with a healthy dose of salt!

Here’s a rough guide to the Gold Cup 2018 odds. Note that these are subject to change and the whims of various bookmakers. Note that we’re not full. As ever, please only have a flutter if you can afford to lose your wager.

For advice on responsible gambling, consult the GambleAware website.

  • Might Bite 11/4
  • Native River 9/2
  • Our Duke 13/2
  • Killultagh Vic 9
  • Road To Respect 8
  • Definitly Red 14
  • Total Recall 16
  • Minella Rocco 20
  • Edwulf 16
  • Djakadam 20
  • Anibale Fly 25
  • Bachasson 33
  • Outlander 25
  • Cue Card 33
  • Blaklion 33
  • Double Shuffle 40
  • Valseur Lido 50
  • Balko Des Flos 33
  • Sub Lieutenant 50
  • Tea For Two 50
  • The Last Samuri 66
  • Saphir Du Rheu 66
  • Mala Beach 66
  • Shantou Flyer 100
  • Tenor Nivernais 125

That’s all you need to know about the Gold Cup 2018, enjoy the big race!

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