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Gold Cup 100 Merchandise

Gold Cup 100 Merchandise

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To celebrate the 100th year of the Cheltenham Gold Cup, a limited-edition pin badge has been created to commemorate our greatest race.

This year, the race was won by Galopin Des Champs ridden by Paul Townend and trained by Willie Mullins, making history once again at the Cheltenham Festival in 2024.



Let No Memories Fade compiled by Chris Pitt provides a fascinating journey through the history of Cheltenham’s celebrated steeplechase. It is written in a style that will appeal to any sport’s fan, not just those who have a passion for horse racing.

The book draws its inspiration from a hundred heroes, a combination of horses and humans, who between them have created the golden aura surrounding the championship race from its humble beginnings to being the race “every jockey needs to win”.

From Red Splash to Galopin Des Champs, from Dick Rees to Paul Townend this book is a chance to immerse yourself hock deep in the greatest of racing’s trophies.

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