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Cheltenham Gold Cup 2024 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Galopin Des Champs goes back to back in Cheltenham Gold Cup

    Given his dominance at Cheltenham it took Willie Mullins until 2019 to win his first Cheltenham Gold Cup. Since then he’s waste no time at all in racing to four wins in the jumping season’s blue riband event, winning the 2024 edition with Galopin Des Champs, who was repeating last… Read More »

  • Simon Claisse happy with Cheltenham Festival outlook

    Clerk of the course Simon Claisse is delighted with the way the ground has been received by racing professionals ahead of the Cheltenham Festival. Thanks to a mainly dry week, Claisse was able to change the going from soft to soft, good to soft in places on both old and… Read More »

  • Injured Native River out of Cheltenham Gold Cup

    Native River will not get the chance to win another Cheltenham Gold Cup after being sidelined by a suspensory injury. Winner of the race in 2018, he would have been heading back to the Festival next month aiming to become the first horse since Kauto Star in 2009 to regain… Read More »

  • Cheltenham Gold Cup contender Kemboy cleared to race

    Kemboy is eligible to race again, after Horse Racing Ireland announced it will accept entries for the leading Cheltenham Gold Cup contender and six other horses formerly owned by the Supreme Horse Racing Club. HRI has agreed to registrations from a new ownership syndicate for seven horses previously under the… Read More »

  • Cheltenham Gold Cup favourite barred from racing

    A syndicate which owns Cheltenham Gold Cup favourite Kemboy has been barred from registering horses in Ireland. Horse Racing Ireland has announced all registrations of horses under the ownership of Supreme Horse Racing Club have been voided following a persistent failure to provide requested information. HRI said it had “consistently… Read More »

  • Brilliant steeplechaser Denman dies

    Brilliant steeplechaser Denman has been put down at the age of 18 his trainer Paul Nicholls has announced. The winner of four Grade One races including the 2008 Cheltenham Gold Cup had deteriorated and the decision was made to euthanise him. “The decision was taken by his devoted owner Paul… Read More »

  • Don Cossack a popular Gold Cup winner

    Trainer Gordon Elliott has never made any secret of the regard in which he holds Don Cossack and that long-term faith has been gloriously justified in the Cheltenham Gold Cup. The quietly-spoken Irishman stood in the hallowed Prestbury Park winner’s enclosure in a state of disbelief and with a tear… Read More »

  • Pendleton to ride at Cheltenham Festival

    British cycling great Victoria Pendleton will race at this month’s Cheltenham Festival less than a year after becoming a jockey in a move that has split opinions in British racing circles. Pendleton, a dual Olympic champion who shared an arch rivalry with Australian track cycling great Anna Meares, will ride… Read More »

  • Many Clouds tops Grand National weights

    Many Clouds will carry top weight in his attempt to become the first back-to-back winner of the Grand National since the great Red Rum. The Oliver Sherwood-trained jumper carried 11st 9lb (74kg) to victory last year and goes up 1lb (0.5kg). The Willie Mullins-trained Don Poli, who is among the… Read More »

  • Carlingford Lough defends Gold Cup

    Carlingford Lough has capitalised on the dramatic final-fence exit of Valseur Lido to defend his Irish Gold Cup at Leopardstown. After giving the now-retired Sir Anthony McCoy his only success in the race 12 months ago, the John Kiely-trained 10-year-old was unfancied at 20-1 this time round in the hands… Read More »

  • High numbers for Grand National

    Last year’s winner Many Clouds is among 126 entries for the Grand National, the highest number for the famous Aintree feature since 2008. Five of the first six horses home last year are entered again with runner-up Saint Are (trainer Tom George), fourth Alvarado (Fergal O’Brien), fifth Shutthefrontdoor (Jonjo O’Neill)… Read More »

  • Cue Card in line for rich jumps bonus

    Cue Card is just one win away from earning a STG1 million ($A2.05 million) bonus following his King George VI Chase success. The prize is on offer for any horse that can complete the triple crown of the Betfair Chase, King George and the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Trainer Colin Tizzard… Read More »

  • Sponsor needed for Cheltenham Gold Cup

    Britain’s most prestigious jumps race, the Cheltenham Gold Cup, is without a sponsor as a consequence of the “authorised betting partners” initiative. Betfred has sponsored the showpiece since 2012 but its association with the blue riband of jumps racing will not be renewed in 2016, nor will its backing of… Read More »

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