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What are the feature races at the Cheltenham Festival?
Tuesday – Champion Hurdle
The feature race on the opening day of Cheltenham Festival is the Grade 1 Champion Hurdle. This race is open to horses age 4+ and is run over eight jumps over a distance of two miles and a furlong.
2021 and 2022 winner Honeysuckle will be running the Mares’ Hurdle as hot favourite Constitution Hill, who should win this race at a canter (1/3), was said to me too much for the nine year old mare to take on.
Wednesday – Champion Chase
The Grade 1 Champion Chase is the feature race on the second day of the Cheltenham Festival. It is a steeplechase that is open to horses aged five or older and is competed over a distance of two miles with 13 fences to be jumped.
This could be one of the most exciting races of the week as the fallout from the Clarence House will be settled. Can Editeur Du Gite upset again or will Energumene and Edwardstone reverse the result?
Thursday – Stayers’ Hurdle
The Grade 1 Stayers’ Hurdle is the feature race on day three of the Cheltenham Festival. The three-mile test of stamina over 12 hurdles will expose any horses that lack the staying power to get up the famous hill finish.
Friday – Cheltenham Gold Cup
The most prestigious race is the Grade 1 Cheltenham Gold Cup run on the fourth and final day of the Festival. It is run on the new course over a distance of three miles two and a half furlongs, and there are a total of 22 fences to be jumped.
Later this year looks to be one of the most competitive Gold Cups we have had for a while.
Galopin Des Champs looks unbeatable. Visually, he’s spectacular and he is jumping better than he did last season. But Bravemansgame is also looking strong as ever so it’s a tough one to call. However, Paul Nicholls said that Bravemansgame ‘is the best since Denman’, which is rather telling.