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CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL DAY 1 - Champion DayTuesday 16th March 2021, featuring the 2021 Champion Hurdle
The opening day of the Cheltenham Festival - known as Champion Day - traditionally takes place on a Tuesday and is headlined by the Grade 1 Champion Hurdle. It kicks off in what promises to be spectacular style, the “Cheltenham Roar” for the opening Supreme Novices’ Hurdle.
CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL DAY 2 - Ladies DayWednesday 17th March 2021, featuring the 2021 Queen Mother Champion Chase
Day 2 of the Cheltenham Festival - known as Ladies Day - is not to be missed. The card is stacked with top drawer contests with four Grade 1 races in total - including the Brown Afvisory Chase and the Ballymore Novices' Hurdle. The feature race is the Grade 1 Queen Mother Champion Chase.
CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL DAY 3 - St. Patrick's DayThursday 18th March 2021, featuring the 2021 Stayers' Hurdle
Day 3 of the Cheltenham Festival is known as St Patrick's Day. The feature races is the Stayers’ Hurdle, the oldest of the four Championship race at Cheltenham. Other races on the third day of Cheltenham include the Grade 1 Ryanair Chase and the Marsh Novices' Chase.
CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL DAY 4 - Gold Cup DayFriday 19th March 2021, featuring the 2021 Cheltenham Gold Cup
Day 4 is the final day of this racing extravaganza and it's all about the Gold Cup, the most prestigious contest of the racing calendar. The final day also features the Grade 1 Triumph Hurdle and the Grade 1 Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle.
CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL GUIDE The Cheltenham Festival is UK's biggest horse racing event, alongside the Grand National. It is able to consistently attract some of the top horses in the world, as a result, boasting more than £4 million in prize money. The racing action is four days long, and punters have the opportunity to bet on several high-profile races. The course can expect to welcome over 200,000 racegoers from all over the world, with it believed that more than £500 million will be gambled throughout the week.
When does Cheltenham Festival start?The 2021 Cheltenham Festival will take place on Tuesday 16th March through to Friday 19th March.
When was the first Cheltenham Festival?The Cheltenham Festival was created back in 1860, but it wasn’t until 1902 that it was moved to the newly opened track at Prestbury Park and it’s remained there ever since.
Where is the Cheltenham Festival racecourse?Located at Prestbury Park in Gloucestershire, Cheltenham racecourse is the home of National Hunt racing. It consists of two tracks - the Old Course and the New Course. The New Course has an extremely tricky downhill fence and also a much longer run in than the Old Course. Alongside the Old and the New Course, there is also a Cross Country course built inside the main course.
How long is the Cheltenham Festival?The Festival consists of four days of top-class racing action with several Grade 1 races including the four Championship races - Gold Cup, Champion Hurdle, Champion Chase and Stayers' Hurdle.
How many races are there at Cheltenham Festival?Each of the 4 days of racing features 7 races. Hence, there will be 28 races run at the 2021 Cheltenham Festival.
What time is the first race at the Cheltenham Festival?The first race is at 1:30pm, and the last race at 5:30pm. Each day there is a feature race at 3:30pm
What are the most important races at the Cheltenham Festival?The four-day extravaganza is the finest show in racing and victory at the meeting is often how greatness is measured in the ‘sport of kings.’
- DAY 1 kicks off in thrilling fashion with the Supreme Novices Hurdle and features the Champions Hurdle, a fantastic Grade One contest.
- DAY 2 is highlighted by the Queen Mother Champion Chase, a top-class race surrounded by the three mile RSA Chase and the vastly popular and unusual Cross Country Chase.
- DAY 3 features the oldest race of the week, the Stayers’ Hurdle, and also features two other prestigious Grade One contests, the JLT Novices Chase and the two-and-a-half mile Ryanair Chase.
- DAY 4 kicks off with the JCB Triumph Hurdle and features the biggest race of the jumps racing calendar and the most famous prize in the world of National Hunt racing – the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
How can I watch the Cheltenham Festival?This year's Cheltenham Festival action will be shown live on Racing TV and ITV.
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