Cheltenham Racecourse is just a few minutes north from the centre of Cheltenham, a short distance from the M5. This is where the Cheltenham Festival is held annually.
|Date||Tuesday 10th March 2015 to Friday 13th March 2015|
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There is no dress code at Cheltenham. The race goers are recommended to dress for the weather. Cheltenham's unique environment is perfect for entertaining existing and prospective customers. The grand racecourse experience can be felt only at Cheltenham's Festival.
The roar of the tremendous crowds of people, who waited a full twelve months to experience the festivities, begins with the first race. Around 230,000 spectators will witness the week-long action. Over five hundred million pounds will be wagered during the week. Some bets will win while many others lose.
Besides the action on the track, there are options such as music everywhere, trade stands, eating venues and other hospitality opportunities. Racing at Cheltenham could be a tranquil affair with acquaintances where you could share a box or take a table in the Panoramic Restaurant .One can stroll and take pleasure in a leisurely walk around and enjoy the ambience in the paddock, on the lawn or around the stands. There is even a ladies' day, which is every Thursday at the Festival. The ladies' contributions to jump racing is the focus on that day. There are awards for the lady in the best hat, the best-dressed lady and lady with the best accessories.
Cheltenham Festival is the best form of sophisticated recreation and sports for the elite. The race is known for the National Hunt festival held in March each year and includes races such as the Gold Cup and Champion hurdle.
Cheltenham is the hallowed turf of jump racing. Spectators on the race course and millions of viewers on terrestrial and satellite TV watch this extravagant affair. The 'Cheltenham Experience' is special in its own way as there is no small race. It always has high standards and a certain indefinable style.