What Are The Four Cheltenham Championship Races?

The Four Championship Races at the Cheltenham Festival, are the Champion Hurdle on Tuesday, the Queen Mother Chase on Wednesday, the Stayers’ Hurdle (formally the World Hurdle) is on Thursday, and the Cheltenham Gold Cup is ran on Fridays. It’s the same format every year.

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    Four Championship Races At Cheltenham Festival

    • Champion Hurdle – The Champion Hurdle is the first showpiece race of the Festival, held every year on the Tuesday, which is called Champion Day.
    • Queen Mother Chase – Also known as the Champion Chase, the Queen Mother is always ran on the Wednesday, also known as Ladies Day.
    • Stayers’ Hurdle (previously known as the World Hurdle) – The Grade 1 showpiece race open to 4 year old’s and older is always ran on Thursdays, which is also called St Patrick’s Thursday.
    • Cheltenham Gold Cup – The Festival finale, and biggest race of the week, the Cheltenham Gold Cup is always held on the Friday, which is known as Gold Cup Day.

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    The Cheltenham Festival is the annual show piece event of the National Hunt season, when for four days in March every year, the great and the good of jump racing descend on Prestbury Park, for the Cheltenham Festival.

    There are 28 races in total at the Festival, with 7 races held on each of the 4 days. All of the 28 races are of the highest quality, but there are 4 main show piece races that stand out from everything else. On each of the 4 days, there is a championship race, with all four races starting at 3.30pm.

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    As well as having 28 top quality races to bet on at Cheltenham there is also competitive markets such as Prestbury Cup Betting (GB V Ire winning horses), Top Trainer Betting (which trainer will train the most winners), Top Jockey Betting (dominated by Ruby Walsh lately), and Top Owner Betting (a bet on which owner will have the most winning horses).

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