Cheltenham Festival 2021

The Cheltenham Festival is one of the biggest meetings in the National Hunt racing calendar. It features several Grade I races including the Cheltenham Gold Cup, Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Champion Chase and World Hurdle, held over four days.


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    Cheltenham Festival 2021

    The Cheltenham Festival is one of the biggest meetings in the National Hunt racing calendar. It features several Grade I races including the Cheltenham Gold Cup, Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Champion Chase and World Hurdle, held over four days.

    It’s one of the biggest horse racing betting events of the year and punters enjoyed 28 races and 15 Grade 1 contests. In normal times, more than 65,000 racegoers pass through the Cheltenham gates each day although the 2021 Festival was hosted without spectators.

    The Cheltenham Festival is the showcase event of National Hunt racing and it did not dissappoint, this year we had the best horses, jockeys and owners from Great Britain and Ireland, all of whom were dreaming of Cheltenham glory.

    When betting on Cheltenham this year, we gave you 5% back as CASH on your monthly net losses. Additionally, anyone using Telegram to place a bet for the first time received a £10 free matched bet!

    Day One - Champion Day Results

    The opening day of the Cheltenham Festival is always a great spectacle and the action kicked off with the Supreme Novices Hurdle Race. The feature race of the first day of Cheltenham is the Champion Hurdle.

    Day Two - Ladies Day Results

    Ladies Day action started with The Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle Race, a two mile and five furlongs trip on the Old Course at Cheltenham. The feature race of day 2 is the Queen Mother Champion Chase.

    Day Three - St Patrick’s Results

    St Patrick’s Thursday at Cheltenham Festival kicked off with The JLT Novices Chase, one of three Grade 1 novice chases at the meeting and features the best runners over a distance of two miles and four furlongs. The feature race of day three at Cheltenham is the Stayers’ Hurdle, the leading long-distance hurdle event in the National Hunt calendar ridden over a trip of approximately 3 miles.

    Day Four - Gold Cup Day

    The final day of the Festival kicks off with The Triumph Hurdle, a two mile and one furlong Grade 1 contest for four-year-old juvenile hurdlers. The feature race of the final day at Cheltenham is the Cheltenham Gold Cup, the race that forged the legends of Golden Miller and Arkle.
    The Gold Cup Is the most prestigious contest in jump racing and is the showcase race of the four-day Festival. With prize money of £625,000 up for grabs, it provides the ultimate challenge for the best staying chasers and it’s the race every jumps jockey, trainer and owner dreams of winning.