#Cheltenham Gold Cup
# cheltenham-gold-cup - Today’s News
Drug heists and busts with plotlines straight out of the movies.
# cheltenham-gold-cup - Saturday 5 April, 2014
The horse has got better with age and this season he has finished third in the Welsh National and a fine second in the Irish Gold Cup.
# cheltenham-gold-cup - Friday 14 March, 2014
The top jockey had a bad fall in the JCB Triumph Hurdle today.
Michael O’Leary’s fortunes will rest solely on the Philip Fenton-trained Last Instalment this afternoon.
Will Bobs Worth storm up that hill again? Or is it time to crown a new king at Cheltenham?
# cheltenham-gold-cup - Tuesday 11 March, 2014
From bankers to long-shots, we’ve your Irish horses covered.
# cheltenham-gold-cup - Saturday 6 April, 2013
The Man United boss took time out of his busy schedule to attend the event.
# cheltenham-gold-cup - Friday 15 March, 2013
Earlier today, Tralee’s Bryan Cooper rode two Irish winners to get the final day off to a flyer.
# cheltenham-gold-cup - Tuesday 12 March, 2013
They’ve studied the form and put together this attractive guide.
# cheltenham-gold-cup - Saturday 21 April, 2012
“What happened then is still unclear to all of us, but losing any horse remains the toughest, saddest part of the job.”
# cheltenham-gold-cup - Tuesday 20 March, 2012
The trainer isn’t writing off his star despite Friday’s poor showing at Cheltenham.
# cheltenham-gold-cup - Saturday 17 March, 2012
From fallers to photo-finishes, here’s how the Festival looked through a lens.
Clive Smith, owner of the two-time Gold Cup winner, described himself as “90% sure” he’d raced his final competitive fixture.
# cheltenham-gold-cup - Friday 16 March, 2012
The four-day Cheltenham Festival has wrapped up at Prestbury Park after 27 races.
Dual winner Kauto Star was pulled up at the ninth fence by Ruby Walsh after losing his place.
It’s Gold Cup Friday. Check in on all this afternoon’s action at Prestbury Park.
Newly-minted millionaire Conor Murphy is at work today ahead of the Gold Cup despite his good fortune with a €60 bet.
It’s billed as Kauto v Long Run, but check out our two tips for the final day of the Festival.
Midnight Club is now the Willie Mullin’s sole contender in the blue riband event.
Every Friday we point you in the right direction for some of the most entertaining sportsmen on the Twitter.
It’s your last chance this week to take some of your colleagues’ lunch money.
# cheltenham-gold-cup - Thursday 15 March, 2012
For the punters who could afford to stick around, there was plenty of joy to be found inside the fog at Prestbury Park.
Ruby Walsh rode the champion horse to victory in a thrilling finish as Voler La Vedette pushed it all the way.
No need to skive off work (much) we’re bringing you all the latest updates from Prestbury Park.
Can Barry Geraghty and Nicky Henderson keep yesterday’s show on the road today? Mark Hobbs runs through today’s card.
As Hector might be shouting at this very instant in field in the Cotswolds: let yourself go.
# cheltenham-gold-cup - Wednesday 14 March, 2012
Yesterday, three horses lost their lives on the first afternoon of racing at the Festival.
A mixed day for punters, but a landmark day for Irish jockeys, particularly Barry Geraghty who claimed three wins.
It wasn’t a particularly good day to be a photographer at trackside… but here’s what the snappers at Prestbury Park captured earlier.
Finian’s Rainbow comes in first after last fence dolled off in day’s feature race.
Get those two-cent coins stacked nice and high, we’re going minute-by-minute for day two of the greatest equine show on earth.
Even if Hurricane Fly’s defeat leaves you broke, today’s another day.
# cheltenham-gold-cup - Tuesday 13 March, 2012
Glenfarclas Handicap Chase favourite Scotsirish and Garde Champetre were put down after what was the fifth race on the card before Educated Evans fell in the last.
Paul Nicholls’ runner denied the much fancied favourite Hurricane Fly to put a spring in the step of the turf accountants trackside.
Here’s how Centenary Day looked on a day when banker Hurricane Fly failed to cash.
No need to sneak out of work (much) we’re bringing you live up to the minute updates from the festival.
Will it be Ruby Tuesday (and Wednesday and Thursday and Friday) again this year? Or will somebody else steal the headlines? Here’s the three men who would be top jockey.
Can’t figure out which tail to pin on which donkey? Mark Hobbs has you, and your hard-earned cash, in his best interests.
Every weekday morning we bring you all you need to know by 9AM, except who’s going to win the 2.40.
On the first day of action at Prestbury Park, it’s time to put your money where your mouth is.