Cheltenham 2019 results: Latest placings in every race from Gold Cup day and full schedule for the festival

Keep up with the latest results from each day of the Cheltenham Festival

Drone shots of Cheltenham race course

The Cheltenham Festival is the landmark week in the racing calendar where the best jumpers and hurdlers from Britain and Ireland go head-to-head at Prestbury Park.

The week is full of exciting races from the curtain-raising Supreme Novices Hurdle on Tuesday through to the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

Friday’s crescendo comes with a £351,688 prize for the winning connections and is the most sought-after prize in jump racing.

An outbreak of Equine flu in February caused a six-day shutdown and derailed the preparation for some of the hopefuls. 174 stables were on lockdown and the British Horseracing Association issued a six-month vaccination requirement before horses could race again.

Check through the list of the up-to-date results and schedule below to see whether your golden tip delivered, or whether it was another massive flop.

Schedule and results

Tuesday 12 March – Champion Day

13:30 Sky Bet Supreme Novices’ Hurdle: 1st Klassical Dream 6/1, 2nd Thomas Darby 28/1, 3rd Itchy Feet 25/1, 4th Fakir D'Oudaries 9/2jf.

14:10 Racing Post Arkle Challenge Trophy Novices’ Chase: 1st Duc Des Genievres 5/1, 2nd Us And Them 14/1, 3rd Articulum.

14:50 Ultima Handicap Chase: 1st Beware The Bear 10/1, 2nd Vintage Clouds, 3rd, Lake View Lad 25/1.

15:30 Unibet Champion Hurdle Challenge Trophy 1st Espoir D'Allen 16/1, 2nd Melon 20/1, 3rd Silver Streak 80/1.

16:10 OLGB Mares’ Hurdle (David Nicholson Mares’ Hurdle) 1st Roksana 10/1 2nd Stormy Ireland 7/1 3rd Good Thyne Tara 25/1.

16:50 Close Brothers Novices’ Handicap Chase 1st A Plus Tard 5/1f, 2nd Tower Bridge 6/1, 3rd Ben Dundee 33/1

17:30 National Hunt Challenge Cup Amateur Riders’ Novices Chase 1st Le Breuil 14/1, 2nd Discorama 9/2, 3rd Jerrysback 16/1

Apple's Jade is bidding to dethrone Buveur D'Air in the Champion Hurdle

Wednesday 13 March – Ladies’ Day

13:30 Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle: 1st City Island 8/1, 2nd Champ 9/2f, 3rd Bright Forecast 25/1

14:10 RSA Insurance Novices’ Chase: 1st Topofthegame 4/1, 2nd Santini 3/1, 3rd Delta Work 15/8f

14:50 Coral Cup Handicap Hurdle: 1st William Henry 28/1, 2nd Wicklow Brave 28/1, 3rd Ballyandy 14/1, 4th Brio Conti 10/1

15:30 Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase: 1st Altior 4/11f, 2nd Politologue 11/, 3rd Sceau Royal 16/1

16:10 Glenfarclas Chase: 1st Tiger Roll 11/10f, 2nd Josies Orders 15/2, 3rd Urgent De Gregaine 19/2

16:50 Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle: 1st Band Of Outlaws 7/2, 2nd Coko Beach 14/1, 3rd Ciel De Neige 17/2

17:30 Weatherbys Champion Bumper: 1st Envoi Allen 2/1f, 2nd Blue Sari 7/2, 3rd Thyme Hill 20/1

Altior and Nico de Boinville claimed the 2018 Queen Mother Champion Chase for Nicky Henderson

Thursday – St Patrick’s Thursday

13:30 JLT Novices’ Chase 1st Defi Du Seuil, 2nd Lostintranslation 4/1, 3rd Mangli Khan 16/1

14:10 Pertemps Network Final Handicap Hurdle: 1st Sire Du Berlais 4/1, 2nd Tobefair 40/1, 3rd Not Many Left 16/1, 4th Cuneo 12/1

14:50 Ryanair Chase: 1st Frodon 9/2jf, 2nd Aso 33/1 3rd Road To Respect 9/2jf

15:30 Sun Racing Stayers’ Hurdle: 1st Paisley Park 11/8f, 2nd Sam Spinner 33/1 3rd Faugheen 4/1

16:10 Brown Advisory & Merriebelle Stable Plate Handicap Chase: 1st Siruh Du Lac 9/2, 2nd Janika 3/1f, 3rd Spiritofthegames 6/1, 4th Eamon An Cnoic 10/1

16:50 National Hunt Breeders Supported By Tattersalls Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle: 1st Eglantine Du Seuil 50/1, 2nd Concertista 66/1, 3rd Tintangle 40/1

17:30 Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup Amateur Riders’ Handicap Chase 1st Any Second Now 13/2, 2nd Kilfilum Cross 7/1, 3rd The Young Master 22/1, 4th Crievehill 40/1

Native River is bidding to defend the Cheltenham Gold Cup

Friday – Gold Cup Day

13:30 JCB Triumph Hurdle 1st Pentland Hills 20/1 2nd Coeur Sublime 20/1 3rd Gardens of Babylon 9/1

14:10 Randox Health County Handicap Hurdle: 1st Ch'Tibello 12/1, 2nd We Have A Dream 14/1, 3rd Countister 18/1, 4th Whiskey Sour 5/1f

14:50 Albert Barlett Novices’ Hurdle 1st Minela Ido 50/1, 2nd Commander Of Fleet 4/1, 3rd Allaho 8/1

15:30 Magners Cheltenham Gold Cup Chase 1st Al Boum Photo 12/1 2nd Anibale Fly 22/1 3rd Bristol De Mai 18/1

16:10 St. James’ Place Foxhunter Challenge Cup Open Hunters’ Chase 1st Hazel Hill 7/2 f 2nd Shantou Flyer 7/1 3rd Top Wood 33/1 4th Road To Rome 7/1

16:50 Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Challenge Cup Handicap Chase 1st Croco Bay 66/1 2nd Bun Doran 11/1 3rd Brelan D'As 8/1 4th Forest Bihan 33/1

17:30 Martin Pipe Conditional Jockey’s Handicap Hurdle 1st Martin Pipe 5/1, 2nd Dallas Des Pictons 7/2f, 3rd Defi Bleu 14/1, 4th Champagne Court 14/1

All odds quoted are Betfair. The Betfair Exchange had the best odds on every winner at the Cheltenham Festival last year. Small Details. Big Results at Cheltenham with Betfair.

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