There will be organizers waiting for the rain to stop by 2023 Cheltenham The festival continues.

It’s been a disrupted racing seasonWith significant cold periods causing problems in the UK and Ireland.

A lack of precipitation will cause courses to run faster than usual, while a welcome rain weekend ahead of the Festival may affect favourites.

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Day one was relatively clear and soft however, it might be wise to bring an umbrella for the fans ready to rally the Cheltenham stands on the second day.

Here’s what the prediction looks like:

What is the forecast for the second day of the month? Cheltenham Festival?

After a sunny start to Cheltenham on day one, punters can expect some rain on Women’s Day. Temperatures will remain around 7C and light winds and there is a high chance of rain this afternoon that could disrupt late races Wednesday.

What’s going on at Cheltenham?

The latest estimate, made on Wednesday, March 15, led the official to continue: Soft for 1.30.

Women’s Day – Wednesday, March 15

  • Ballymore Novice Barrier – 13:30
  • Brown Advisory Beginner Bell Tower Tracking – 14.10pm
  • Coral Cup Obstacle – 14.50
  • Queen Queen Champ Chase – 15:30
  • Cross Country Bell Tower Follow – 16:10
  • Major Annual Handicap Track – 16:50
  • Champion Buffer – 5:30 PM