5.30 Cheltenham result – day 4: Who won Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle 2022? How every horse finished

5.30 Cheltenham result – day 4: Who won Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle 2022? How every horse finished

BANBRIDGE blasted home to win the Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle in the last race of the Cheltenham Festival.

The 12-1 shot held off a stern challenge from Cobblers Dream to give Joseph O'Brien a worthy winner.

Follow all of the latest race reaction in our Cheltenham live blog.

All you need for Cheltenham Festival 2022

  • Cheltenham Festival LIVE – latest race results
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  • Race schedule, TV channel and live stream info for the biggest show on turf
  • Gold Cup 2022 guide – all the latest odds for Friday's showpiece race

Former jump jockey

Charlie Poste

on BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra: "It was a muddling tempo and it caused a lot of tight, rough racing. There was high drama throughout and Banbridge was in the right place, out of all the mess, and a clear passage has allowed him to win the race.

FULL RESULTS

  1. Banbridge 12-1
  2. Cobbler's Dream 12-1
  3. Hollow Games 9-2
  4. Freedom To Dream 20-1
  5. Party Business 28-1

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What is the Cheltenham race schedule for each day?

Seven races will take place each day, with the marquee race of the day off at 3.30pm.

Friday, March 18 – Gold Cup Day

  • 1.30pm Triumph Hurdle (ITV 1/ talkSPORT)
  • 2.10pm County Hurdle (ITV 1/ talkSPORT)
  • 2.50pm Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle (ITV 1/ talkSPORT)
  • 3.30pm Gold Cup (ITV 1/ talkSPORT)
  • 4.10pm Festival Hunters’ Chase (ITV 1)
  • 4.50pm Mares’ Chase (Racing TV)
  • 5.30pm Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle (Racing TV)

What TV channel and live stream is Cheltenham Festival 2022 on?

ITV 1 will be showing the first five of the seven races each day, with Ed Chamberlain and Francesca Cumani at the helm.

ITV 1 begin their coverage at 12.50pm following the news.

Then the final two will be shown on Racing TV and also available through bookmakers' websites.

While for radio commentary, talkSPORT will be broadcasting the first four races each day.

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