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Cheltenham Festival

Style Wednesday

Wednesday 12 March 2025

Fast horses, slow fashion. The style is timeless and the glamour matches the glory.

Style Wednesday celebrates speed, style and exhilaration. Featuring the Betway Queen Mother Champion chase, it is fast, furious, and requires a perfect blend of speed and an ability to be inch-perfect when negotiating each of the 13 fences at pace around Cheltenham’s legendary old course. The fastest Jump horses jumping at speed with the upmost precision and accuracy. It is simply spinetingling.

Unmissable action on and off the turf


The day was a whirlwind of speed and style in 2024, highlighted by Captain Guinness's thrilling win in the Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase. Rachael 'The Queen Of Cheltenham' Blackmore stole the show, accepting her trophy from Her Majesty The Queen Camilla.

The new 'Slow Fashion Awards' garnered immense popularity, highlighting vintage and borrowed attire, alongside timeless investment pieces designed to endure generations. Participants posed for professional photographs in our style pod at Best Mate Plaza, with three finalists ultimately selected. Fiona Andrew emerged as this year's lucky winner, claiming a £4000 Boodles voucher and additional prizes.

Away from the track, we were treated to a spectacle of stunning outfits as racegoers turned out in their finest attire, adding an extra layer of glamour to the festivities.

The day marked a historic milestone for legendary trainer Willie Mullins as he reached an astounding 100 winners at the Cheltenham Festival. Mullins, renowned for his expertise and dominance in the sport, achieved this remarkable feat with yet another display of excellence when Jasmin De Vaux claimed the win in The Weatherbys Champion Bumper. This followed earlier winners on the day from Ballyburn in the Gallagher Novices Hurdle & Fact To File in the Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase, marking 3 winners on the day for Mullins.

The Skelton duo clinched a double victory on Style Wednesday, with Langer Dan and Unexpected Party both racing to triumph in The Coral Cup Handicap Hurdle and The Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Chase. Their wins added two more points to Great Britain's tally as they aimed to narrow the gap with the Irish.

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Plan Your Day


We have three enclosures at The Cheltenham Festival and the type of ticket you buy will grant you access to different areas.

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Plan Your Day

Plan your visit to Cheltenham Festival, from the Shopping Village, to live music, to discounts on group bookings. 

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Travel & Parking

We want to ensure that getting to Cheltenham Racecourse is made as easy as possible. Book your coach journey with National Express or your plan your bus journey from Cheltenham Spa station.

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Live Entertainment

There will be live entertainment before, during and after racing in all three enclosures across all four days of the Cheltenham Festival.

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Cheltenham Festival Style

Although there isn't an official dress code for The Cheltenham Festival, smart is preferable and often adopted. We advise you to check the forecast and dress accordingly to make your day with us as extraordinary as possible.

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The Shopping Village

The shopping experience at The Cheltenham Festival offers an ideal shopping opportunity with plenty of shops ready to sell a diverse range of goods with something to suit every taste and budget.

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Festival FAQs

We will release further tickets for the Cheltenham Festival 2025 in due course, including the below. If you would like to hear once they've been released please sign up to register your interest.

  • Racecourse View Seats
  • Guinness Grandstand Seats
  • Members Seats
  • 18-24 Racepass Tickets
  • Festival Lounge
  • Horses for Courses Tour
  • North Car Park
  • Coach/Minibus/Limo Parking
  • Annual Memberships

Our postcode is GL50 4SH for use with GPS equipment. However on a raceday customers are strongly advised to follow the yellow, temporary signs when entering Cheltenham and the local area and not the brown permanent signs.


Please check the event schedule for the most up to date timings.


Please note that these times are subject to change.

All racegoers intending to park on-site during Cheltenham Festival will require a car parking pass. The parking passes are no longer available to purchase online.

There is no set dress code for Cheltenham Festival but we ask customers to dress for the weather, take some inspiration from our Style Guide on our dress code page.


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