Tag: Cheltenham Gold Cup

The trends you need to know ahead of the Cheltenham Gold Cup 2020

 In just over a month, Prestbury Park will open its doors for the world-famous Cheltenham Festival. On Tuesday 10th March, the iconic Cheltenham Roar will be heard from miles around as the four-day meeting kicks off with the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle. The pinnacle of the festival is, of course, the Gold Cup and in […]

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Who are the recent big-priced Cheltenham Festival winners?

The Cheltenham Festival is nearly here. The race will take place Tuesday, March 12 th and continue until Friday, March 15 th . All eyes will be on the Cheltenham Racecourse to see which horses emerge victorious. The Cheltenham Gold Cup headlines the festival and is the richest non-handicap race in Great Britain with the […]

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Will Cheltenham Rigours Affect Grand National Hopefuls?

Cheltenham Festival is in the book and has provided great entertainment as well as some surprise results in the big events. Native River took the major prize from the Festival, delivering a brilliant performance in the Cheltenham Gold Cup to beat out the favourite Might Bite. The duel between the two horses was the highlight […]

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3 Horses That Could Go Well in the 2018 Cheltenham Gold Cup

“Cheltenham Gold Cup” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Carine06 This year’s Cheltenham Gold Cup looks a hotly competitive renewal of the extended 3m 2f blue riband chase that is the centrepiece of the four-day Festival. The 2018 Festival starts on Tuesday, March 13 with the big race taking place, as ever, on the final day of the meeting, Friday, March 16. […]

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Sizing John Eyes Chase Triple Crown This Season

Last season’s Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Sizing John is attempting to become the first horse to win the Chase Triple Crown when he returns to action next month. His first target is set to be the Betfair Chase at Haydock in what will be his opening visit to the Lancashire track. Sizing John became the […]

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Craziest & Most Inventive Hats at the Races

Ladies Day at the races began way back in the 1800’s when Queen Charlotte used to attend day 3 of Royal Ascot with King George III. The dress-code requirements are pretty much the same now as they were then, specifying that a hat or fascinator must be worn. Throughout the years this has not only […]

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