Wednesday 16th of January 2019
Racing

Cheltenham preview evening in aid of The IJF

Join some of the top names in National Hunt for an exclusive Cheltenham preview event on Friday 10th March 2017 at The Kings Head in Cirencester, sponsored by Strutt & Parker. 

Don Cossack ridden by jockey Bryan Cooper after winning the Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup Chase 2016

Don Cossack ridden by jockey Bryan Cooper after winning the Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup Chase 2016

Coneygree ridden by Nico de Boinville jumps the last fence on his way to winning The Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup Steeple Chase

Coneygree ridden by Nico de Boinville jumps the last fence on his way to winning The Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup Steeple Chase

Cheltenham Festival is the highlight of the National Hunt season, bringing together the best horses, the top jockeys and the biggest titles in the racing world to compete over the famous Cheltenham fences, culminating in the Gold Cup on Friday 17th March.

Come and hear the thoughts and opinions of some of the sports leading figures, including Gold Cup winning jockey Nico de Boinville, Luke Tarr from Star Sports, Gold Cup winning jockey and now successful trainer Sam Thomas, trainer Charlie Longsdon , presented by sports commentator Tom Clarkson and curated by Camilla Henderson. We are also delighted Ben Hastie, Deputy Head of Groundstaff at Cheltenham will be giving us an exclusive update on the ground conditions on the course.

Camilla Henderson

Camilla Henderson

Tickets includes drinks and canapés at The Kings Head, and discussion and insight into all of the top races from Cheltenham week, including the Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Chase, Ryanair Chase and of course, the Gold Cup. Guests will also be able to ask the panel questions in a Q&A session, and enjoy exclusive special betting offers from Star Sports ‘The Gentleman’s Bookmaker’ on the night, who are offering £50 free matching bet for all attendees.

With £25 charity bets from the panel, an exclusive pocket preview guide and the chance to meet some of the leading lights of the National Hunt world, the evening promises to give a fascinating insight to the most important week of the racing world, with all proceeds going to The Injured Jockeys Fund.

Events starts at 7pm, tickets are £15 per person – to book please call 01285 700 900

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