Cheltenham Festival season is here and the famous ‘Cheltenham Roar’ will be heard on Tuesday when the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle kicks off the week of racing. Over 250,000 people are expected to watch the event in person but if you can’t make it, you’ll be able to watch every race from home.
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The Arkle Chase among the races to watch out for today
There are seven races scheduled to take place on day one of the festival – known as Champion Day – and the headline race is the Grade 1 Champion Hurdle. 14 horses are slated to take part and the odds on favourite is Honeysuckle, who won the race by 6.5 lengths in 2021. Henry De Bromhead has high hopes that his thoroughbred will win back to back Champion Hurdles and increase her unbeaten record to 15 races. Appreciate It is the biggest challenger to Honeysuckle and the feature race of the day shouldn’t disappoint with plenty of quality in the field.
The Arkle Chase sees Edwardstone, Blue Lord and Riviere D’Etel lead the field in what should be a very close race, whilst the National Hunt Chase ends the day, with Run Wild Fred and Stattler unable to be separated by the bookies. With four other races on the card, the action will be non stop on day one of what promises to be the most exciting Cheltenham Festival yet.
Full Cheltenham race card, race times and schedule
Cheltenham Day 1: Champion Day – Tuesday, March 15
Supreme Novices’ Hurdle – 1.30pm
Arkle Novices’ Chase – 2.10pm
Ultima Handicap Chase – 2.50pm
Champion Hurdle – 3.30pm
Mares’ Hurdle – 4.10pm
Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle – 4.50pm
National Hunt Novices’ Chase – 5.30pm
Cheltenham Day 2: Ladies Day – Wednesday, March 16
Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle – 1.30pm
Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase – 2.10pm
Coral Cup – 2.50pm
Champion Chase – 3.30pm
Cross Country Chase – 4.10pm
Grand Annual Handicap Chase – 4.50pm
Champion Bumper – 5.30pm
Cheltenham Day 3: St Patrick’s Thursday – Thursday, March 17
Turners Novices’ Chase – 1.30pm
Pertemps Final Handicap Hurdle – 2.10pm
Ryanair Chase – 2.50pm
Stayers’ Hurdle – 3.30pm
Paddy Power Plate – 4.10pm
Mares’ Novice Hurdle – 4.50pm
Kim Muir Challenge Cup – 5.30pm
Cheltenham Day 4: Gold Cup Day – Friday, March 18
Triumph Hurdle – 1.30pm
County Hurdle – 2.10pm
Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle – 2.50pm
Gold Cup – 3.30pm
Festival Hunters’ Chase – 4.10pm
Mares’ Chase – 4.50pm
Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle – 5.30pm