Cheltenham Festival 13th - 16th March 2007 

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Cheltenham Festival 2007 [results]


Kauto Star, trained by Paul Nicholls and
ridden by Ruby Walsh, winners of the
2007 Cheltenham Gold Cup.

Kauto Star
Kauto is the Gold Cup Star 16/03/07
Kauto Star, trained by Paul Nicholls and ridden by Ruby Walsh, won the blue riband of jumps racing, the totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup.

Sublimity Superb in Champion Hurdle 13/03/07
Sublimity, trained by John Carr and ridden by Philip Carberry, won the Smurfit Kappa Champion Hurdle in great style.

Voy Por Ustedes Champion Chaser 14/03/07
Voy Por Ustedes, trained by Alan King for Sir Robert Ogden, and ridden by Robert Thornton won an action-packed Queen Mother Champion Chase.

Inglis Drever on Top of the World 15/03/07
Inglis Drever ran out a thrilling winner of an incident-packed renewal of the Ladbrokes World Hurdle, the feature race on the third day of the Cheltenham Festival.

Carberry signs off in style on Pedrobob 16/03/07
Philip Carberry, who rode the Champion Hurdle winner Sublimity on Tuesday, signed off at the Cheltenham Festival in fine style by driving home Pedrobob (12-1) to win the Vincent O'Brien County Hurdle.

Drombeag fights back to win Foxhunters' 16/03/07
Drombeag fought back into the lead after the last to hold after a gallant challenge from Whyso Mayo in the Christie's Foxhunter Chase.

Wichita Lineman on Song 16/03/07
Wichita Lineman, trained by Jonjo O'Neill and ridden by Tony McCoy, won the Brit Insurance Novices' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.

Katchit Speeds Home in the Triumph 16/03/07
Katchit, trained by Alan King and ridden by Robert Thornton, won the JCB Triumph Hurdle, the opening race on the final day of the 2007 Cheltenham Festival.

Oscar Cements Ward’s Deal With Arbuthnot 15/03/07
A partnership that was reformed earlier this year struck at the Cheltenham Festival today when Oscar Park won the final race on day three of the meeting.

Butler's Cabin Brings Home National Hunt Chase 15/03/07
The Johnjo O'Neill trained, J P McManus owned Butler's Cabin (33/1) won the National Hunt Chase Challenge Cup for amateur riders under the guidance of Mr Alan Berry.

O'Keeffe Guides Idole First to Second Victory 15/03/07
The Venetia Williams-trained Idole First, who won the Coral Cup in 2005 , made an impressive comeback to win The Racing Post Plate in good style, in the hands of Alan O'Keefe.

Taranis Holds On to Win 15/03/07
The Paul Nicholls-trained Taranis sailed over the last fence in front and managed to hold on from a rejuvenated Our Vic and a brave Billyvoddan to win the Ryanair Chase.

L'Antartique Hot for Graham Lee 15/03/07
L'Antartique benefited from a supremely well-judged Graham Lee ride to land odds of 20-1 in the Jewson Novices' Handicap Chase at the Cheltenham Festival.

Denman Delivers in Style 14/03/07
Denman, trained by Paul Nicholls and ridden by Ruby Walsh, led from start to finish to win the Royal & SunAlliance Chase.

Massini's Maguire wins Compensation for Hobbs 14/03/07
Massini's Maguire gave the Philip Hobbs team a fine start to day two of the Cheltenham Festival when causing a 20-1 upset in the opening Ballymore Properties Novices' Hurdle.

Burntoakboy sets the Coral Cup Alight 14/03/07
Burntoakboy, owned by Dr Richard Newland and ridden by Sam Jones, won the Coral Cup in fine style in front of Powerstation (12/1), BaronDe Feypo (20/1) and Oscatello (8/1).

Richard Burton rides Cloudy Lane Home 14/03/07
Cloudy Lane gave first-season trainer Donald McCain junior his first Festival winner with his first runner when taking the Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup Handicap Chase at Cheltenham for amateur riders.

Cork All Star Rating in Bumper 14/03/07
Cork All Star landed odds of 11-2 in the concluding Weatherbys Champion Bumper at Cheltenham for the Jessica Harrington team.

Alan King does it My Way 13/03/07
The Alan King-trained My Way De Solzen, top class over hurdles and victorious in the Grade One Ladbrokes World Hurdle at last year’s Festival, showed all his class in winning the two-mile Irish Independent Arkle Challenge Trophy Chase.

40/1 shot Ebaziyan wins Supreme Novices' Hurdle 13/03/07
Trainer Willie Mullins got the Irish challenge off to a great start courtesy of Ebaziyan in the opening Anglo Irish Bank Supreme Novices’ Hurdle.

Gaspara gives David Pipe first Festival Winner 13/03/07
Martin Pipe-owned Gaspara made most of the running in the Fred Winter Juvenile Novices'Handicap Hurdle under Andrew Glassonbury to notch up David Pipe's first ever Cheltenham Festival winner.

Nina provides Carberry Double 13/03/07
Heads Onthe Ground maintained Enda Bolger's magnificent record around the cross country course by grabbing gold in the Sporting Index Handicap Chase at Cheltenham to provide Nina Carberry with a second Festival success.

Joes Edge in William Hill Shock 13/03/07
Joes Edge, the 2005 Scottish Grand National winner, got up to win in a photo finish with co-favourites Juveigneur and Distant Thunder.

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Cheltenham Gold Cup 2006

War Of Attrition, trained by Mouse Morris, owned by Ryanair tycoon Michael O'Leary and ridden by Wexford jockey Conor O'Dwyer, stormed home in some style.

Tony McCoy
Tony McCoy is The Festival's Leading Jockey
Champion Tony McCoy, with 18 wins to date, is the most successful current jockey at The Festival. Since partnering Kibreet to success in the 1996 Grand Annual Chase, the record-breaking rider has gone on to land a further 17 successes, with two of his greatest triumphs coming in 1997 through a rare big-race double aboard Mr Mulligan in the totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup and Make A Stand in the Smurfit Kappa Champion Hurdle two days earlier.
Moscow Flyer
Newmill the new champion

Praise was heaped on jockey Andrew McNamara after he rode Newmill to victory in today’s Queen Mother Champion Chase. Having his fourth ride at The Festival, McNamara, 22, made all the running on the John Murphy-trained winner. Murphy said: “He’s a top-class jockey and a future champion. My only orders were be up there and out of trouble.”

Cheltenham Racecourse
For three extraordinary days in the middle of March the National Hunt racing community from all around the world converges on the elegant spa town of Cheltenham. The twenty races are the most hotly contested of the entire racing calendar with more than £2 million in prize money and £20 million in bets riding on these Championships.
best mate
Cheltenham Gold Cup History
In the Gold Cup's history only six horses have won more than once, and the most recent of them is Best Mate in 2002, 2003 and 2004. The others were L'Escargot (1970/71) Easter Hero (1929/30), Golden Miller (1932/33/34/35/36), Cottage Rake (1948/49/50) and Arkle (1964/65/66). Their successes were all in consecutive years.
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