The Cheltenham National Hunt Festival is the greatest jump race meeting in the world. Each of the four days has a little something for everyone including Ladies Day, celebrating the role women play in jump racing, culminating on Friday, with the prestigious Gold Cup.
The Balcony Boxes offer an ideal viewing point, overlooking the final two fences and down towards the finishing straight.
The Cheltenham National Hunt Festival is the greatest jump race meeting in the world. Each of the four days has a little something for everyone including Ladies Day, celebrating the role women play in jump racing, culminating on Friday with the prestigious Gold Cup.
The April Meeting gives racegoers the chance to enjoy two weekday fixtures, a great excuse to get out of the office and entertain clients. Even though the season is beginning to wind down, there is still great action on the track, with this meeting attractive over 18,000 racegoers.
The racing highlight on the opening day is the Grade 2 Handicap Chase, won in 2014 by Buywise, a progressive horse who is likely to be seen at Cheltenham again during the 2015/16 season. The second day of the meeting also gives the mares the opportunity to shine at Cheltenham. Four of the seven races are Mares-only races. The April Meeting is usually blessed by springtime sunshine too.
Situated on the 5th level of the grandstand overlooking the winning post, our premier restaurant provides the most stunning views over the racecourse. Seated at your table you can enjoy first class cuisine, excellent table service, totepool betting and, of course, that spectacular view.
The Club Enclosure gives you the widest choice of viewing and refreshment options, including access to: wonderful views from our main grandstand viewing steps and lawn; the paddock and winners’ enclosure viewing to study the horses pre and post-race; the centre of the course by the final fence (weather permitting); a wide choice of bars, betting and eating options; all the bookmakers in the betting ring; extensive totepool betting facilities; The Centaur and Hall of Fame; and a number of trade stands.
The Cheltenham Festival is one of sport’s most enthralling extravaganzas and in 2018 the nation will once again be swept by horse racing fever as gamblers and racing fanatics prepare to embark on an unrivalled path of excitement. The course can expect to welcome over 200,000 racegoers from all over the world, with it believed that more than £500 million will be gambled throughout the week.
The superb appointed marquees are situated in the hub of the newly formed ‘Courtyard’, only 50 metres from the Guinness Grandstand and minutes from the Parade Ring and finishing straight – providing the quintessential ‘Cheltenham Experience’.
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Age Restriction: Whilst there is no strict age restriction within the facility guests are advised that children will be in an adult environment.