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Cheltenham racecourse is known around the world as the home of British jumps racing and a horse cannot be considered a legend of the sport until it has tasted success on the hallowed Cheltenham turf. Jumps racing was first staged here at Cheltenham in the early 1800s and the state of the art racecourse can house over 67,000 spectators at any given meeting.

The gates of Prestbury Park are not opened as regularly as many other courses, but when they do, you can expect a truly spectacular meeting.

November’s Open meeting features eight Graded contests and Cheltenham’s International meeting in December draws the very best National Hunt horses from all over the world to Gloucestershire.

Cheltenham always hosts a bumper card of jumps racing on New Years’ Day, just weeks before the Cheltenham Trials meeting provides trainers with a superb opportunity to put their charges through their paces going into Festival season.

When spring comes around, there is one event at the forefront of the minds of anyone involved in horse racing – the Cheltenham Festival. This four-day National Hunt racing extravaganza was first held at Prestbury Park in 1860 and this most famous of meetings features 14 prestigious, Group 1 races.

Tuesday’s card is highlighted by the Arkle Challenge Trophy and the Champion Hurdle, before the Champion Chasers wow punters on the second day of festivities. The Ryanair Chase and the Stayers’ Hurdle are the key races on Thursday at Cheltenham and four days of the best sporting action you could hope to see are drawn to a fitting conclusion, as the best long distance chasers on the planet do battle in the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

Tickets to any one of these fantastic festivals can be purchased in advance and there is a vast array of packages to suit families, punters and glitterati alike.

General Tattersalls Enclosure tickets are the most popular with your average racegoer. Ticket holders can enjoy excellent views of the course as well as access to the betting ring, various bars and buffets, the paddock, unsaddling enclosure and the Hall Of Fame in the Gold Cup Restaurant.

Whilst the Best Mate enclosure may be a more cost effective choice, this package provides punters with great views of the course opposite the finishing line and entry into the beer tent, which is equipped with betting stalls, a vast range of beverages and live musical acts who will entertain guests once the race card comes to a close.

The Club Enclosure is the most exclusive stand at Prestbury Park, providing ticket holders with superb views of the action, easy access to the Tattersalls Enclosure and the Tented Village, along with various betting and refreshment facilities.

The large Irish contingent who light up the Cheltenham Festival like to pitch their tents in the Guineas Stand – so, if you want to experience the festivities alongside our neighbours from across the Irish Sea, you’ll have to book well in advance as Guineas Stand tickets sell out extremely quickly.

Restaurant Packages are always high in demand during Cheltenham’s seasonal meetings. A table can be booked in the Winning Post restaurant, where family and friends can enjoy a light-hearted meal as they overlook the winning line from their private table. If your culinary tastes are a little more high-brow, Chez Roux Restaurant Packages can be purchased, where racegoers will be treated to a first class menu, masterfully created by Michelin-starred chef, Albert Roux.

The Gold Cup Restaurant Seasonal Package allows punters to enjoy a three-course, buffet style lunch in a very relaxed, comforting atmosphere. You can enjoy the on-course action from your private table, or join the throngs of punters as they watch their hero’s challenge for Cheltenham titles.

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