In many observers' eyes, a career in jumps racing is left unfulfilled without a win at the Cheltenham Festival. For horses, trainers and jockeys alike, success in just one of the 28 races that zip around the home of National Hunt racing during four action-packed days is confirmation that they are at the top of their game. There's rarely a dull moment at Prestbury Park during the second week of March, so strap in for one hell of a ride.
Day Three preview
Unowhatimeanharry is almost as short in the betting for that showpiece as his name is long. But will he be able to extend his eight-race unbeaten run?
Day two preview
The second day of the Cheltenham Festival, or Ladies Day as it's more commonly known, is all about variety.
The lightening quick Queen Mother Champion Chase is the headline contest on the card, but with the extremely specialist Cross Country Chase and the obstacle-less Champion Bumper also scheduled, Wednesday is without doubt the quirkiest of the Festival.
RSA Chase (2.10)
On a good run since making his chase debut in October. Running a string of career bests one every race he’s started since.
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