Cheltenham Festival 2017
  • Day 1
    Tuesday
  • Day 2
    Wednesday
  • Day 3
    Thursday
  • Day 4
    Friday

Celebration Chase Betting

The Celebration Chase at Sandown Park is a Grade 1 contest run over a trip of 2m at the Esher Track and is now a firm fixture on the final day of the season. The first Celebration Chase took place due to the Cheltenham Festival being called off in 2001 due to foot and mouth and it has gone from strength to strength ever since.

This race often attracts those horses that run in the Queen Mother Champion Chase at Cheltenham with Sire De Grugy the last horse to do the double back in 2014 for Gary Moore.

Celebration Chase Result

15:00 bet365 Celebration Chase (Grade 1)
1.Altior - N Henderson - N De Boinville - 30/100f
2.Special Tiara - H De Bromhead - N Fehily - 4/1
4 Ran

Past Winners of the Celebration Chase

  • 2016 - Sprinter Sacre
  • 2015 - Special Tiara
  • 2014 - Sire De Grugy
  • 2013 - Sire De Grugy
  • 2012 - Sanctuaire
  • 2011 - French Opera
  • 2010 - I'm So Lucky
  • 2009 - Twist Magic
  • 2008 - Andreas
  • 2007 - Dempsey
  • 2006 - River City
  • 2005 - Well Chief
Stable Chat with Neil Mulholland
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Cheltenham Festival Odds

We now have the latest bookmakers betting odds for the main Cheltenham Festival Races.

These odds are updated regularily to ensure that you in touch with all the market moves in the build up to the festival.

Cheltenham Festival - Betting Tips

Tom LeeFollowing on from last year, we are delighted to announce that we are featuring horse racing tips from Channel Four Racing presenter, Tom Lee.

Tom appears on Channel 4's Morning Line & covers live Racing in the afternoon as well fronting RTE's Racing coverage in Ireland, his Cheltenham Festival Tips and previews of each day's Racing will be available during the Festival and supported with opinions and views from our Racing writers.

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Cheltenham Festival Racing

The four days of the Cheltenham Festival play host to a number of exceptional races: