Cheltenham The festival started on Tuesday 2023. The biggest event on the race calendar begins.
Prestbury Park is home to four action-packed race days About a quarter of a million people are expected to attend.
In the final start of her career for Henry de Bromhead, Rachael Blackmore led Honeysuckle to a fairytale and highly emotional victory at the Mares’ Hurdle on Day 1.
Here’s everything you need to know about watching Day 2 at the Cheltenham Festival:
What channel is the Cheltenham Festival on?
ITV1 will broadcast the first five races every day from 13:00, while the subscription channel is Racing TV It will show each race with the backlog before the races. You can also follow all transactions. with The Independent’s live blog
How to stream Cheltenham online?
Cheltenham can be watched in its entirety live on Racing TV’s website and app by racing fans, provided they subscribe to the channel. Meanwhile, ITV is also streaming the top five races live on the ITVX website and app.
A number of betting websites and apps also show all races, provided you have a funded account with them.
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
St Patrick’s Thursday – Thursday, March 16
- Tracking Turners Novices – 13:30
- Pertemps Network Final Hurdle – 14:10
- Ryanair Tracking – 14.50
- Remaining Obstacle – 15:30
- County Plate Chase – 16:10
- Mare Novice Barrier – 16:50
- Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup – 17.30
Gold Cup Day – Friday, 17 March
- Triumph Jumping – 13:30
- Country Handicap Barrier – 14.10
- Albert Bartlett Novice Barrier – 14.50
- Cheltenham Gold Cup Tracking – 15:30
- Festive Competition Cup Open Hunters Follow-up – 16:10
- Following the Mares – 16:50
- Conditional Jockey Handicap Hurdle Race – 17:30