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Cheltenham Festival 2021: Dates, preview, race-card, TV channel, live stream and more

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The Greatest Show on Turf has arrived, with National Hunt racing’s finest human and equine stars set to go head-to-head at the Cheltenham Festival.

Things will, of course, look a little different at Prestbury Park this year, but there should be no let up in quality, with some fascinating clashes in store.

Over four days, Jumps fans can enjoy 28 races, none more prestigious than Friday’s Gold Cup, where the Willie Mullins-trained Al Boum Photo will be bidding for an historic third succesive victory.

Here’s everything you need to know…

When is the Cheltenham Festival?

The 2021 Cheltenham Festival is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, March 16 and runs for four days until Friday, March 19.

The meeting is set to be staged behind closed doors because of current coronavirus restrcitions.

Full race-card and schedule

13:20

Skybet Supreme Novices’ Hurdle

13:55

Sporting Life Arkle Challenge Trophy

14:30

Ultima Handicap Chase

15:05

Unibet Champion Hurdle

15:40

Close Brothers Mares’ Hurdle

16:15

Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle

16:50

National Hunt Chase

13:20

Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle

13:55

Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase

14:30

Coral Cup

15:05

Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase

15:40

Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase

16:15

Johnny Henderson Grand Annual

16:50

Weatherbys Champion Bumper

13:20

Marsh Novices’ Chase

13:55

Pertemps Network Final

14:30

Ryanair Chase

15:05

Paddy Power Stayers’ Hurdle

15:40

Paddy Power Plate

16:15

Mares Novices’ Hurdle

16:50

Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup

13:20

JCB Triumph Hurdle

13:55

County Hurdle

14:30

Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle

15:05

WellChild Cheltenham Gold Cup

15:40

 St. James’s Place Festival Challenge Cup

16:15

Mrs Paddy Power Mares’ Chase

16:50

Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle

TV channel: ITV1 will be broadcasting live coverage of the first six races on each day on free-to-air terresttrial TV, as well as The Opening Show previewing the day’s action every morning.

Racing TV will show full build-up and all seven races on the card throughout the Festival.

Live stream: ITV’s coverage will be able to stream live via the ITV Hub website and app.

Racing TV subscribers can stream all the action live via the Racing TV website and app.

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