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CHELTENHAM RACECOURSE

Cheltenham is synonymous with jumps racing and hosts the world-famous Cheltenham Festival every March. The traditional championship races consist of the Champion Hurdle, Champion Chase, Stayers’ Hurdle and the Cheltenham Gold Cup. The racecourse is in a scenic location in a natural amphitheatre just below the escarpment of the Cotswold Hills, at Cleeve Hill, with a capacity of nearly 70,000 spectators. The racecourse also has its own steam railway station (of the same name), although this no longer connects to the national rail network but is part of the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway, allowing racegoers to arrive under the power of steam. The main racecourse has two separate courses alongside each other, the Old Course and the New Course. The New Course has a tricky downhill fence and a longer run-in for steeplechases than the Old Course. Hurdle races over two miles on the New Course also have a slight peculiarity in that most of the hurdles are jumped early on in the race with only two hurdles being jumped in the last seven furlongs. Cheltenham also has British racing's only cross-country course which comprises a series of unusual obstacles mostly sited on the inside of the regular courses.

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BEST TRAINERS AT CHELTENHAM

Trainer Runs Wins W% Places P%
Paul Nicholls 422 52 12 92 22
Nicky Henderson 390 39 10 82 21
Philip Hobbs 269 36 13 48 18
W. P. Mullins, Ireland 261 33 13 49 19
Nigel Twiston-Davies 258 29 11 46 18
David Pipe 256 28 11 44 17
Jonjo O'Neill 208 22 11 28 13
Alan King 192 18 9 41 21
Gordon Elliott, Ireland 125 15 12 28 22
Fergal O'Brien 108 14 13 14 13
Colin Tizzard 183 14 8 34 19
Harry Fry 72 12 17 16 22
Martin Keighley 96 10 10 14 15
Neil Mulholland 71 9 13 12 17
Rebecca Curtis 99 9 9 16 16
Dan Skelton 103 9 9 21 20
Evan Williams 98 8 8 11 11
Venetia Williams 158 7 4 18 11
John Ferguson 72 6 8 13 18
Tom George 109 6 6 24 22
Nick Williams 49 6 12 10 20
Enda Bolger, Ireland 35 6 17 5 14
Donald McCain 63 5 8 7 11
Mrs Pauline Harkin 14 5 36 2 14
A. J. Martin, Ireland 49 5 10 7 14
Alan Hill 17 5 29 1 6
Mrs J. Harrington, Ireland 36 5 14 7 19
Ben Pauling 38 4 11 5 13
Warren Greatrex 59 3 5 12 20
Robin Dickin 39 3 8 6 15
Henry Daly 58 3 5 11 19
Nigel Hawke 18 3 17 2 11
J. Culloty, Ireland 9 3 33 0 0
Michael Scudamore 24 3 13 1 4
Mark Bradstock 14 3 21 2 14
Oliver Sherwood 28 3 11 5 18
Ian Williams 44 3 7 4 9
Charlie Longsdon 95 3 3 10 11
Peter Bowen 49 3 6 6 12
Emma Lavelle 60 2 3 11 18
Anthony Honeyball 30 2 7 5 17
Ms Margaret Mullins, Ireland 6 2 33 1 17
Patrick G. Kelly, Ireland 3 2 67 0 0
Miss H. Brookshaw 5 2 40 1 20
Stuart Edmunds 8 2 25 1 13
Noel Meade, Ireland 28 2 7 7 25
Charles Byrnes, Ireland 16 2 13 5 31
R. E. Luke 5 2 40 1 20
Henry de Bromhead, Ireland 62 2 3 18 29
Jamie Snowden 29 2 7 4 14
Statistics for the last 5 seasons.

BEST JOCKEYS AT CHELTENHAM

Jockey Runs Wins W% Places P%
Barry Geraghty 255 38 15 57 22
R. Walsh 140 36 26 31 22
Richard Johnson 284 35 12 49 17
Sam Twiston-Davies 294 29 10 69 23
Tom Scudamore 214 28 13 43 20
Aidan Coleman 234 19 8 39 17
A. P. McCoy 139 18 13 34 24
Noel Fehily 208 17 8 44 21
Nico de Boinville 84 17 20 12 14
Daryl Jacob 155 15 10 36 23
Davy Russell 84 14 17 21 25
Paddy Brennan 150 12 8 36 24
B. J. Cooper 80 10 13 17 21
Harry Skelton 86 8 9 14 16
Tom O'Brien 106 8 8 19 18
Wayne Hutchinson 110 7 6 21 19
Miss N. Carberry 23 6 26 6 26
Leighton Aspell 53 6 11 7 13
Nick Scholfield 92 6 7 12 13
P. Townend 76 6 8 10 13
Harry Cobden 30 6 20 6 20
Sean Bowen 58 6 10 9 16
Ryan Hatch 49 5 10 8 16
Gavin Sheehan 72 5 7 7 10
Mr J. J. Codd 32 5 16 7 22
Paul Moloney 81 5 6 14 17
Richie McLernon 52 5 10 4 8
Timmy Murphy 21 4 19 2 10
Jason Maguire 51 4 8 7 14
Ian Popham 48 4 8 9 19
Kieron Edgar 14 4 29 0 0
Conor Shoemark 44 4 9 3 7
Jamie Bargary 44 4 9 3 7
Harry Bannister 20 3 15 5 25
Mr M. Legg 20 3 15 3 15
Brendan Powell 71 3 4 7 10
Nick Slatter 14 3 21 2 14
Lizzie Kelly 23 3 13 3 13
James Best 34 3 9 4 12
Brian Hughes 69 3 4 9 13
Charlie Poste 35 3 9 5 14
Mr P. Mann 9 3 33 0 0
Robbie Power 25 3 12 5 20
Mr J. E. Tudor 6 3 50 1 17
Jamie Moore 62 3 5 16 26
James Davies 22 2 9 4 18
Andrew Tinkler 58 2 3 6 10
Liam Treadwell 40 2 5 2 5
Denis O'Regan 49 2 4 5 10
Robert Dunne 14 2 14 1 7
Statistics for the last 5 seasons.

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Left handed, undulating. Stiff fences that place a premium on sound jumping. The last half mile is uphill, although the lead changes hands on the run-in less frequently than expected. Horses who race prominently often fare well on the chase course, especially in shorter-distance races. On the New Course, the hurdles track has just two flights in the last six furlongs, resulting in more emphasis on stamina; large-field races over two miles often go to hold-up horses, as there can be a tendency to go for home too soon.

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