The Cheltenham Gold Cup
Cheltenham Festival dates
This year's dates are Tuesday, March 15 to Friday, March 18.
The line-up over the four days featuring 28 races. Ireland won 23 of them in 2021 while five went to horses trained in Britain.
TUESDAY: Supreme Novices’ Hurdle, Champion Hurdle, David Nicholson Mares' Hurdle, Arkle Chase, National Hunt Chase, Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle, Ultima Handicap Chase
WEDNESDAY: Coral Cup, Grand Annual Handicap Chase, Champion Bumper, Champion Chase, Ballymore Novices' Hurdle, Brown Advisory Novices' Chase, Cross Country Chase
THURSDAY: Paddy Power Plate, Kim Muir Challenge Cup, Mares' Novice Hurdle, Turners Novices' Chase, Paddy Power Stayers' Hurdle, Ryanair Chase, Pertemps Network Final
FRIDAY: Triumph Hurdle, Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle, Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle, Gold Cup, County Hurdle, Foxhunters' Chase, Mrs Paddy Power Mares' Chase
A racegoer watching the action at Cheltenham
Head over to Grovesnor Sport to check out the ante-post betting markets.
Prices for the feature Gold Cup are as follows*: 7-2 A Plus Tard, 9-2 Galvin, 7-1 Minella Indo, 10-1 Al Boum Photo, Protektorat, 12-1 Tornado Flyer, 16-1 Asterion Forlonge, Champ, Chantry House, 25-1 bar
Free bets Tickets and Covid-19 status
The Jockey Club has a range of packages on sale.
At the moment, venues with more than 10,000 people are legally required to check the Covid status of visitors over the age of 18.
The guidance may change nearer the time, however racegoers should be prepared by obtaining a NHS Covid Pass or negative PCR/ rapid lateral flow test 48 hours before attending.
The Guinness Grandstand is sold out for all four days.
ITV1 and subscription channel Racing TV will be broadcasting throughout the week
* Odds correct at time of publication