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Your Complete Guide to the Cheltenham Festival 22/09/15
The momentous occasion that is the Cheltenham festival, its four days of dramatic racing from the pinnacle of the jump racing season. This guide is just an idea to help you get the most of this legendary event.
New Race at The Festival in 2016 29/07/15
A new novices' hurdle for fillies and mares is being introduced at The Festival in 2016 to enhance the expanding programme of mares' races.
Coneygree Takes Gold Cup 13/03/15
Coneygree makes all to become the first Gold Cup winning Novice since Captain Christy in 1974.
Cole Harden Wins World Hurdle12/03/15
Cole Harden makes all to win the Ladbrokes World Hurdle. A winner for Gavin Sheehan and Warren Greatrex.
Eleven for Queen Mother Champion Chase 11/03/15
Former winners Sprinter Sacre and Sire De Grugy headline 9 horses still in contention for the Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase at Cheltenham on Wednesday.
McCoy Wins Ryanair Chase 12/03/15
AP McCoy gets his Festival winner as Uxizandre makes all under a racing legend to win the Ryanair.
Vautour Storms Home in JLT Chase 12/03/15
With an exceptionally impressive display of jumping, Vautour gave Willie Mullins his sixth winner of The Festival so far.
Don Poli Impresses in RSA Chase 11/03/15
The all-conquering Willie Mullins enjoyed his fifth success of the 2015 Festival when Don Poli ran out an impressive winner of the RSA Chase.
Faugheen Storms Champion Hurdle 10/03/15
It's Faugheen hell for the bookmakers as Willie Mullins has another winning favourite at Cheltenham.
Douvan is Supreme in Victory 10/03/15
Perfect start for favourite backers as Douvan bolts-up to give connections' a third successive win in the Supreme for Walsh, Mullins & Ricci.
Un De Sceaux Takes Arkle Chase 10/03/15
Willie Mullins made it two-from-two with a 4/1 double when landing the second race at the Festival, the Racing Post Arkle Challenge Trophy, with Un De Sceaux.
Annie Power Fails in Mares Hurdle 10/03/15
Annie Power falls at the last to leave Glens Melody to outpoint Polly Peachum.
The Druids Nephew wins the Festival Handicap Chase 10/03/15
Trainer Neil Mulholland saddled his first Cheltenham Festival winner when The Druids Nephew romped home in the Ultima Business Solutions Handicap Chase.
Irish Cavalier Takes Novices' Chase 10/03/15
Irish Cavalier, trained in Pembrokeshire by Rebecca Curtis, won the CHAPS Restaurant Barbados Novices' Handicap Chase, the closing event on day one of The Festival.
Shorties to Lay at Cheltenham 08/03/15
Last year Angus McNae managed to make a profit by finding horses to oppose at the Cheltenham Festival and is attempting to repeat the dose this year.
A P McCoy Honoured at His Last Festival 05/03/15
The last race of The 2015 Festival at Cheltenham Racecourse has been renamed to mark Tony McCoy's final opportunity to ride at The Festival following his decision last month to retire towards or at the end of this season.
Shake Up for Ryanair as Dynaste is Ruled Out 11/02/15
Jockeys and trainers have been dealt a particularly harsh blow just one month ahead of the Cheltenham Festival, as officials have confirmed that Dynaste will miss the 2015 meeting.
Cheltenham Gold Cup: Betting the Best for Last 09/02/15
As we count down to the Cheltenham Festival, the most prestigious outing of all the National Hunt events, The Gold Cup, is set to be a must see racing phenomenon.
Clash of Youth Versus Experience Awaits in Champion Hurdle 27/01/15
With just about all the key trials for the Champion Hurdle at the forthcoming Cheltenham Festival having been run, the stage is set for an epic renewal of the two-mile championship event that so often delivers more than it promises.
Why the Cheltenham Festival is a Safe Bet for Punters 09/01/15
The Cheltenham Festival is one of the largest events on the horse racing calendar and has a total prize money which is second only to the Grand National.
Fever the rising star could have Gold Cup target this season 16/11/14
Following his superb seasonal reappearance in the Grade 2 Clonmel Oil Chase on November 13, it looks increasingly likely that the Willie Mullins-trained Champagne Fever could represent Ireland’s biggest hope for Gold Cup glory at the 2015 Cheltenham Festival.