Cheltenham Festival 2021 LIVE: Tips, betting, race cards, stream free, TV channel – latest updates

Cheltenham Festival 2021 LIVE: Tips, betting, race cards, stream free, TV channel – latest updates

THE Cheltenham Festival is finally here!

We’ll be bringing you ALL of the latest news, tips and results from Prestbury Park as we count down to the famous ROAR (kind of this year!).

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Follow ALL of the latest updates from Prestbury Park below…

  • Craig Mahood

    MULLINS ON THE GALLOPS

    Ruby Walsh and Paul Townend were among many to ride out for Willie Mullins' yard this morning.

    Walsh on Saint Sam – favourite for the Boodles tomorrow and Townend aboard the warm favourite for the Supreme, Appreciate It.

     

     

  • Craig Mahood

    Altior OUT of the Champion Chase

    Despite the positivity, we unfortunately have to kick today off with some really disappointing, breaking news.

    Nicky Henderson has confirmed stable star Altior will miss the Champion Chase on Wednesday.

    In a bitter blow to the stable, owners and supporters, Henderson confirmed a cough after exercise meant they had to scope him – and the results meant it wasn't safe to run him.

    It's the second year in a row the 11-year-old has missed out at the festival.

  • Craig Mahood

    MONDAY – ONE DAY TO GO UNTIL THE CHELTENHAM FESTIVAL

    The calm before the almightiest of storms.

    Good morning and welcome along to SunSport’s live coverage as we build-up to the 2021 Cheltenham Festival getting underway tomorrow.

    Although there are changes this year with the pandemic, it remains engraved in the calendar as sport’s greatest show on turf.

    We won’t shy away from it. Racing has had a terrible, terrible few weeks.

    Gordon Elliott and Rob James’ suspensions have brought the biggest cloud imaginable over the sport.

    Thankfully, Cheltenham is here to highlight how GREAT a sport, an industry and it’s people can be.

    The gallops have been busy this morning as some of this week’s superstars stretch their legs and continue their final preparations.

    Fingers crossed as always that they all come through it completely unscathed.

    Unfortunately, the festival cannot be packed as it usual is due to the continuing coronavirus pandemic.

    It will be massively disappointing not to have the tens of thousands of punters each of the four days – but the show must go on.

    Another change sees the start times adjusted.

    If you tune in at 1:30pm tomorrow to see if Willie Mullins’ Appreciate It has romped home in the Supreme, you will be left with only the post-race reaction. The days kick-off at 1:20pm this year.

    Plenty to talk about today then as we build-up to what promises to be yet another enthralling and unmissable week.

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