Cheltenham is set to stage three days of top-class action as a whole host of established aces and rising stars take to the track at the home of Jumps racing.
The November Meeting is one of the highlights of the National Hunt season and there are 19 contests for fans to enjoy from Friday, November 17 to Sunday, November 19.
We’re once again sponsoring the big race of the fiesta, the Paddy Power Gold Cup, and it looks set to be a hot contest as a pair of winners at last season’s Cheltenham Festival, Stage Star and The Real Whacker, will take their chance.
Persian War winner Captain Teague bids to make it two from two over flights in the Grade 2 Trustatrader Novices’ Hurdle on the opening day, although Friday’s most exciting race looks set to be the Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Chase as stablemates Delta Work and Galvin face off once again.
Sunday is headlined by the Greatwood Handicap Hurdle but the meeting between Jonbon and Edwardstone in the Grade 2 Shloer Chase should prove informative for next year’s Champion Chase.
Cheltenham odds can be found on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app, otherwise all the key information you need for the November Meeting is below.
Our snazzy Racecards page has details of the runners and riders, weights, odds and Timeform’s horse-by-horse analysis for every renewal on the Cheltenham November Meeting schedule.
Cheltenham 1.10 – Lycetts Insurance Brokers Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle
Cheltenham 1.45 – Mucking Brilliant Paddy Power Handicap Chase
Cheltenham 2.20 – SSS Super Alloys Arkle Challenge Trophy Trial Novices’ Chase (Grade 2)
Cheltenham 2.55 – Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Chase
Cheltenham 3.30 – Trustatrader Novices’ Hurdle (Grade 2)
Cheltenham 4.05 – Valda Energy Novices’ Handicap Hurdle
Cheltenham 12.35 – JCB Triumph Trial Juvenile Hurdle (Grade 2)
Cheltenham 1.10 – Wienerberger Amateur Jockeys’ Handicap Chase
Cheltenham 1.45 – From The Horse’s Mouth Podcast Novices’ Chase (Listed Race)
Cheltenham 2.20 – Paddy Power Gold Cup Handicap Chase (Premier Handicap)
Cheltenham 2.55 – Paddy Power Games Handicap Hurdle
Cheltenham 3.30 – Paddy Power Feel Like A Favourite Intermediate Handicap Hurdle
Cheltenham 4.05 – Karndean Designflooring Mares’ Open National Hunt Flat Race (Listed Race)
Cheltenham 1.10 – mallardjewellers.com Maiden Hurdle
Cheltenham 1.45 – Cheltenham Novices’ Limited Handicap Chase
Cheltenham 2.20 – Jewson Handicap Chase (Premier Handicap)
Cheltenham 2.55 – Shloer Chase (Grade 2)
Cheltenham 3.30 – Unibet Greatwood Handicap Hurdle (Premier Handicap)
Cheltenham 4.00 – Prestbury Open National Hunt Flat Race (Listed Race)
The official going at Cheltenham ahead of the November Meeting – according to the latest Turftrax report on Friday, November 17 – is Good to Soft, Soft on the Chase, Hurdle and Cross Country courses.
Whether it’s the Jumps or the Flat, Paddy Power News is your one-stop shop for horse racing tips. Our superstar stable of pundits includes ITV Racing star Matt Chapman, ace tipster Rory Delargy and legendary jockey Ruby Walsh.
- Cross Country Handicap Chase tips and runner-by-runner guide to Cheltenham 2.55 on Friday
- Matt Chapman’s ITV Racing tips for Friday at Cheltenham
- Rory Delargy’s horse racing tips for Cheltenham on Friday
- Mick Fitzgerald’s Cheltenham tips for Friday’s ITV Racing
- Ruby Walsh’s horse racing tips for Friday’s ITV Racing at Cheltenham
- Paddy Power Gold Cup tips and runner-by-runner guide to Cheltenham 2.20 on Saturday
- Matt Chapman’s ITV Racing tips for Saturday at Cheltenham
- Frank Hickey’s horse racing tips for Cheltenham on Saturday
Cheltenham Live Stream
You can live stream all 19 races of the November Meeting at Cheltenham on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app for free.
Just head to paddypower.com or the Paddy Power app and sign up or log in. Once you’ve done that, find the betting page for the renewal you wish to watch and click the button that says ‘Watch Live’.
Cheltenham TV Schedule
ITV Racing will bring you live coverage of all three days of the November Meeting from Cheltenham.
Friday: ITV4 – 1:30pm to 4pm
Saturday: ITV1 – 1:15pm to 3:45pm
Sunday: ITV1 – 1:30pm to 4pm
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