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Cheltenham Racecourse

Cheltenham National Hunt Festival

12th - 15th March, 2024

Dress in your dapper finest for the most thrilling jump racing event of the year! Exclusive and heart-pounding, The Cheltenham National Hunt Festival invites you to cheer on the world’s best jockeys.


A picturesque valley, surrounded by rolling green hills and woodlands—come experience racing at its most poetic! As one of the premier venues in the country, Cheltenham Racecourse hosts several high-profile meetings throughout the year, including the famous Cheltenham Festival. 

Inhale the scent of fresh gardens and hay; hear the rush of gallops amid the lively crowds, socializing and cheering. Bustling and colourful, the Cheltenham Racecourse is teaming with thousands of fashionable fans coming to savour the action and bet on their favourite horses. Observe every racing moment from the comfort of a private enclosure where you and your guests can watch the races in luxury.

Located in Gloucestershire, England, this racecourse is known for its challenging track, demanding both speed and stamina from the horses and jockeys who compete here. As for food, the Cheltenham Racecourse hospitality package offers a variety of dining options, serving everything from traditional pub fare to gourmet cuisine. 

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What to wear to Cheltenham races?

For the Cheltenham Festival, the only guidlines are 'dressed to feel your best'. Wear whatever feels best for you and comfortable in from start to finish.

Where is Cheltenham Racecourse?

Cheltenham Racecourse is located in the town of Cheltenham, in the county of Gloucestershire, in the South West of England. Specifically it is situated on the outskirts of the town, on the A435 Evesham Road. It is easily accessible by car, train or bus. The nearest train station is Cheltenham Spa, which is a short taxi ride or bus journey away from the racecourse.

How many people attend Cheltenham races?

The Cheltenham Festival, which is the highlight of the National Hunt racing calendar, attracts around 250,000 keen visitors to the jam-packed four days of racing.

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