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Cheltenham Tips - Day 4

The final day of Cheltenham 2019 is here. With just seven more races left, including the coveted Gold Cup, there is still plenty more for Festival fans. 
Get Cheltenham Festival tips for every day of this year's event, provided completely free by our team of horse racing fanatics. 

There are still plenty more free bet offers available, make sure you claim yours and make the most of your bets on the final day of this year's Festival. 

Friday - Gold Cup Day

Friday 15th March, 2019
Friday at the Cheltenham Festival marks the most highly anticipated day in the National Hunt racing calendar. While the Grand National may be seen as the race of the people, the most prestigious and coveted contest in the world of jumps racing is undoubtedly the Cheltenham Gold Cup. 

For the best part of a century, the biggest and best staying chasers in the world have been travelling to Prestbury Park to battle for supremacy in the Gold Cup. Most of the greatest names to ever grace the sport have claimed victory in the Cheltenham Gold Cup, with the names of Golden Miller, L’Escargot, Best Mate and Arkle glistening on the famous little trophy. 

Day four’s card kicks off in stunning fashion, as some of the finest juveniles in the land take to the track ahead of the Triumph Hurdle. The first handicap on Gold Cup day, the County Hurdle then follows, before a sea of up-and-coming stayers fight it out in the Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle. 

Once the winner of the Gold Cup has finished doing the rounds in the winners’ enclosure, the capacity crowd at the Cheltenham Festival will enjoy one of the most traditional races of the meeting, the Foxhunter Chase. Cheltenham will then pay homage to legendary trainer Martin Pipe, as a field of talented hurdlers - piloted by conditions jockeys - fight to get their hands on a trophy baring the master trainers’ name. 

The final race on Gold Cup day at Cheltenham is, actually, the most historic race of the entire meeting. The Grand Annual Handicap Chase trophy was first handed out in 1834 and all trainers and jockeys involved will be desperate to end the Cheltenham Festival on a winning note.

2019 Cheltenham Festival

Look back at previous races in our Cheltenham Festival results section, with details of the winners from Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. 

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