Cheltenham racecard and tips for day three of the November Meeting on Sunday

All the races, runners and riders, and tips you need on Sunday at Cheltenham.


The bad news? It’s the final day of Cheltenham’s November Meeting. Boo! The good news? A super six-race card featuring four Graded contests on Sunday awaits.

You’ll find everything you’ll possibly need to know about the action at Prestbury Park by checking out our snazzy Racecards. All you need to do to find details of the runners and riders, weights, Paddy Power’s latest odds and more is click on the ‘Racecards’ tab at the top of the page.


If you fancy, gallop over there now to start your research – otherwise here’s a quick round up of the contests on Sunday’s slick card at Cheltenham.

We kick off with a Novices’ Chase at 1.10pm featuring course-and-distance winner Does He Know and Paul Nicholls’ progressive Threeunderthrufive.

There’s a step up in quality for the Grade 3 Jewson Click And Collect Handicap Chase as a six-runner field including veteran chaser Yala Enki and the ultra-consistent Empire De Maulde go to post at 1.45pm.

The biggest race of the day takes place at 2.20pm as Champion Chase winner Put The Kettle On faces Nube Negra, Politologue and Rouge Vif in what is set to be a hot Shloer Chase.

Politologue Harry Skelton Queen Mother Champion Chase Cheltenham March 11, 2020

A maximum field of 20 has been declared for the Grade 3 Greatwood Handicap Hurdle at 2.55pm JCB Triumph Hurdle runner-up Adagio is the star name in the field and is burdened by carrying top weight.

The penultimate race is the Grade 2 SkyBet Supreme Trial Novices’ Hurdle at 3.30pm which sees hat-trick seeker I Like To Move It face the unbeaten Washington. A Listed National Hunt Flat Race at 4pm rounds off proceedings.

Cheltenham Tips

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Paddy’s pals at Timeform have gone through Sunday’s card at Cheltenham’s November Meeting and delivered their top tip for each race.

13:10: Impossible to rule any of these out but preference is for DOES HE KNOW. Kim Bailey’s charge is clearly going the right way, so he can bring up a quick-fire hat-trick having notched a pair of easy victories last month (including over this C&D).

13:45: YALA ENKI is a grand stayer who also goes well fresh so he is fancied to make a winning return now he has been shown some respite from the official assessor.

14:20: A small field but still a high-class renewal. NUBE NEGRA seems best when fresh and was arguably unlucky not to beat Put The Kettle On in the Queen Mother Champion Chase at the Festival here in March so shades the vote over the Irish mare who has an excellent record at this track.

14:55: A typically competitive renewal, with a chance taken on GALICE MACALO who shaped well on her Chepstow reappearance and has a strong-travelling style which should be well suited to the demands of this race.

15:30: I LIKE TO MOVE IT still has work to do in the jumping department but he clearly possesses more than his share of ability having won 4 times already and is very much the one to beat again.

16:00: TIMEFORATUNE only just made a winning start for new connections but his Ffos Las romp on debut sticks in the mind, so he’s fancied to land the hat-trick despite taking a step up in grade.

Cheltenham Races Novices’ Chase
13:45Jewson Click And Collect Handicap Chase
14:20Shloer Chase
14:55Unibet Greatwood Handicap Hurdle
15:30SkyBet Supreme Trial Novices’ Hurdle
16:00High Sheriff Of Gloucestershire Open National Hunt Flat




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