Cheltenham 2023 Schedule

Much like Christmas it seems to come around quicker and quicker every year, the Cheltenham Festival is fast approaching once again. Can 2023 be the year that the British trainers fight back against the dominant Irish? We’ll see. Remember to watch all the action from Cheltenham just check out our Cheltenham streams page.

Cheltenham 2023 Schedule For All 28 Races

Tuesday, 14 March (Champion Day)

13:30 – Sky Bet Supreme Novices’ Hurdle, 2m 1/2f
14:10 – Sporting Life Arkle Challenge Trophy Novices’ Chase, 2m
14:50 – Ultima Handicap Chase, 3m 1f
15:30 – Unibet Champion Hurdle Challenge Trophy, 2m 1/2f
16:10 – Close Brothers Mares’ Hurdle, 2m 4f
16:50 – Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle, 2m 4 1/2f
17:30 – National Hunt Chase (Novices’ Chase, amateur jockeys), 3m 6f

Wednesday, 15 March (Festival Wednesday)

13:30 – Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle, 2m 5f
14:10 – Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase, 3m 1/2f
14:50 – Coral Cup Hurdle (Handicap Hurdle Race), 2m 5f
15:30 – Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase, 2m
16:10 – Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase, 3m 6f
16:50 – Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Handicap Chase, 2m 1/2f
17:30 – Weatherby’s Champion Bumper (Standard Open NH Flat Race), 2m 1/2f

Thursday, 16 March (St Patrick’s Thursday)

13:30 – Turners Novices’ Chase, 2m 4f
14:10 – Pertemps Network Final (Handicap Hurdle), 3m
14:50 – Ryanair Chase, 2m 5f
15:30 – Paddy Power Stayers’ Hurdle, 3m
16:10 – Magners Plate (Handicap Chase), 2m 5f
16:50 – Jack de Bromhead Mares Novices’ Hurdle, 2m 1f
17:30 – Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup Chase, 3m 2f

Friday, 17 March (Gold Cup Day)

13:30 – JCB Triumph Hurdle, 2m 1f
14:10 – McCoy Contractors County Handicap Hurdle, 2m 1f
14:50 – Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle, 3m
15:30 – Boodles Cheltenham Gold Cup Steeple Chase, 3m 2 1/2f
16:10 – St James’s Place Festival Challenge Cup Open Hunters’ Chase, 3m 2 1/2f
16:50 – Mrs Paddy Power Mares’ Chase, 2m 1/2f
17:30 – Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle, 2m 4 1/2f

In terms of live coverage ITV will be covering the first 5 races of each day with the broadcast ending at 16:30.  That leaves you with 2 races each day where you’ll need to find another source, the bookmakers are the obvious bet there with the majority covering all races for each of the Cheltenham festival.  Bet365 is still our favourite for ease of use (they recently reduced their opening account offer down to £30 which is a bit of a bummer).  IF you’re wanting full screen comfortable streaming then this guide to going full screen with Bet365 should help.  Got any tips for the big races?  Drop us a comment below and we’ll make sure we feature them during the festival.

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