Cheltenham Festival Hurdle Horse Races 2021

Cheltenham racecourse in 2010. Carine06 from UK. The Cheltenham Festival Jump Horse Racing Festival is from Tuesday 16 to Friday 19 March 2021, including Gold Cup Day. Cheltenham follows British government’s guidance to allow spectators when it is safe to attend. Until then, when you want a winner, we have the guide and schedule for … Continue reading Cheltenham Festival Hurdle Horse Races 2021

Cheltenham’s Greatest Moments

The Cheltenham Festival is the most important meeting in the entire National Hunt calendar, and it has delivered countless exhilarating races during its 160-year history. However, a handful of key moments stand out as the greatest of all time. A Hat-Trick for Best Mate Prestbury Park was rocking when the legendary Best Mate clinched a … Continue reading Cheltenham’s Greatest Moments

Cheltenham Festival 2020 National Hunt Racing

The 2020 Cheltenham Festival gets under way on March 10, 2020. Here is all the information you need ahead of the four-day spectacular.  The race prize money is second only to the Grand National and you also have several Grade I races, including the Cheltenham Gold Cup, Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Champion Chase, and Stayers’ … Continue reading Cheltenham Festival 2020 National Hunt Racing

Cheltenham Gold Cup Puzzle Looks Tough to Solve

The Cheltenham Festival is the centerpiece of national hunt racing in the UK and Ireland. The biggest race of the entire week is without a doubt the Cheltenham Gold Cup, a race that racing fans and punter savior. This Cheltenham horse race attracts excitement and attention, and the 2020 renewal is no different. The standout … Continue reading Cheltenham Gold Cup Puzzle Looks Tough to Solve

Cheltenham 2019: Three to Watch as We Approach the Festival

It’s now fewer than three weeks until the 2019 Cheltenham Festival (12th-15th March). For some of Britain and Ireland’s top trainers, the date can’t come quickly enough. For others, one would think, an extra few weeks of preparation would be most welcome. The equine flu outbreak hasn’t really hampered preparations in the way it was … Continue reading Cheltenham 2019: Three to Watch as We Approach the Festival

Cheltenham Festival: New Rules Will Restrict Horses to Just a Single Appearance in 2019

Photo source: Racing Post via Twitter. The BHA have made a number of small tweaks ahead of the 2019 Cheltenham Festival with horses now being limited to just one appearance at Prestbury Park. It is a decision which has not been unanimously welcomed by trainers, but it does appear to be a sensible move from … Continue reading Cheltenham Festival: New Rules Will Restrict Horses to Just a Single Appearance in 2019

Next Staying Star? 3 Candidates for National Hunt Chase at Cheltenham Festival

“Nicky Henderson has the National Hunt Chase ante post favourite in his stable this season” (CC BY 2.0) by danheap77. While the RSA Chase has considerable claims for being the classiest race for up-and-coming stayers over fences, its supremacy at the Cheltenham Festival has come under threat in recent years. This is because horses that … Continue reading Next Staying Star? 3 Candidates for National Hunt Chase at Cheltenham Festival

Cheltenham Festival: Most Memorable Gold Cup Wins

The highlight of Cheltenham Festival and by far the world’s most prestigious jump race, the Gold Cup has provided some of the most iconic and memorable moments that racing has ever seen. The gruelling 3 miles and 2 ½ furlong track is not for the faint-hearted, and only those who have the stamina and willpower … Continue reading Cheltenham Festival: Most Memorable Gold Cup Wins

Who Are the Irish Bankers at the 2019 Cheltenham Festival?

“Cheltenham Racecourse” (CC BY 2.0) by UAV Filming Irish raiders were especially dominant at last year’s Cheltenham Festival, with warm favourites Footpad, Samcro, and Tiger Roll among those scoring big victories. There are certain races at the four-day meeting in mid-March that runners hailing from the Emerald Isle do particularly well in, but where do … Continue reading Who Are the Irish Bankers at the 2019 Cheltenham Festival?