All the news from Ladies Day at The Festival – Cheltenham, Wednesday, March 12

Boodles Leading Jockey Award Jockey    Wins   2nd   3rd Ruby Walsh    3   2   – Barry Geraghty   2   -   2 Nico de Boinville   1   1   – Brian Hughes    1   1   – Tom Scudamore   1   -   1 Richard Johnson   1   -   – Richie McLernon   1   -   – Mr Robbie McNamara   1   -   – Jamie Moore    1   -   – Mr Joshua Newman   1   -   – Brendan Powell   1   -   – A P McCoy    -   2   1 Robert Thornton   -   1   1 Paul Townend    -   1   1 Dominic Elsworth   -  …

All the news from Champion Day at The Festival – Cheltenham, Tuesday, March 11

Boodles Leading Jockey Award   Jockey    Wins   2nd   3rd Ruby Walsh    2   1   – Barry Geraghty   1   -   1 Tom Scudamore   1   -   1 Richie McLernon   1   -   – Mr Joshua Newman   1   -   – Brendan Powell   1   -   – A P McCoy    -   1   1 Nico de Boinville   -   1   – Brian Hughes    -   1   – Mr Derek O’Connor   -   1   – Andrew Tinkler   -   1   – Paul Townend   -   1   – Bryan Cooper    -   -   1 Mr Patrick Mullins   -   -   1 Robert…

Latest going news at Cheltenham

  The going at Cheltenham Racecourse has changed to Good to Soft, Good in places at 4pm this afternoon, from Good to Soft.   Simon Claisse, Regional Director of Racing, South West & Clerk of the Course, Cheltenham, said today: “We have had very little cold weather during the winter and that has helped the grass growth.   “Although it has been dry here for eight or nine days, we had so much rain up to then that the course has held on to the…

Betting news ahead of the Festival

Sky Bet gear up for The Festival with Supreme offers   Sky Bet have announced two fantastic offers for punters ahead of their sponsored race, the Sky Bet Supreme Novices’ Hurdle, on the opening day of The Festival.   Not only are the sponsors offering four places for each-way purposes but they are also offering their customers a chance to get their money back on the opening race if they fail to back the winner.   The Leeds-based bookmaker has announced that stakes of up…

Renton hopes to build on success of previous Festivals

    The Jockey Club’s regional director for the South West, Ian Renton, is looking forward to this year’s Cheltenham Festival with relish and is hoping that his team can build on the successes of previous meetings.   Renton, who was named as the new supremo of Cheltenham Racecourse in August 2012, is also responsible for Exeter, Wincanton and Warwick as part of the South West region and hopes that this year’s Festival will offer improved facilities for the 235,000 racegoers that are expected to…

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