Sunday 18 November 2018
THE ONLY SUNDAY RACEDAY AT CHELTENHAM
FEATURING GLOUCESTERSHIRE & RACING REMEMBER WITH THEMED ACTIVITIES TO MARK THE END OF WW1
Look at what happened in 2018 and check back soon as we're already starting to think about 2019.
This is the only Sunday where racing takes place at Cheltenham Racecourse throughout the year. This Sunday holds particular prevalence as we mark the centenary of the Armistice with Gloucestershire & Racing Remember. As well as quality racing, there will be a number of themed activities and commemorative events throughout the day, including the charity for the day Combat Stress. The famous Family Fun area will be back this year with all our family favourites, click here for more information.
The meeting always provides glimpses of future stars and it was no different in the latest renewal of the Sky Bet Supreme Trial Novices’ Hurdle. The runners were well bunched throughout the race with no certain winner appearing. Eventual Cheltenham Festival winner, Summerville Boy took the lead as they climbed the Cheltenham Hill, drawing clear of the rest of the field by 3 lengths but Slate house, under Harry Cobden, fought back to win the race by 3/4 of a length.
At 10:50, the Royal Gloucestershire Hussars, soldiers dressed in WW1 uniform, will march in contingent in the Parade Ring. At 11:00, the Cheltenham Steam Train will arrive with contingent of Glosters on board, followed by an Act of Remembrance in the Parade Ring at 11:15. At 12:30, there will be an Aerial Combat Display above the Racecourse, followed by a parade on the Racetrack at 1:30. There will be a host of WW1 themed activities inside The Centaur, including a field hospital and a Jet Age Museum. For more information on all the displays, click here.
Come along for a fantastic day of racing, with bars and restaurants open to suit all palates throughout the day. As well as our famous Shopping Village for you to start that Christmas Shopping, featuring the likes of Fairfax & Favor, Will Bees Bespoke and Bredon Hill Shooting. Make sure you also visit The Food Market, located in the marquee by North Entrance, click here for more information.
We are also pleased to announce that HRH The Princess Royal will be attending Gloucestershire Remembrance Day at Cheltenham Racecourse.
The popular Guinness Village will be open for Club/Tatts Enclosure ticket holders for live music and an atmosphere like no other, with other live music performed on the course throughout the day. Our line up on The November Meeting Sunday includes The Hipcats, The Lucky 15's and Taylor and the Masons.
Please be aware that the Final Flight Bar is closed on The November Meeting Sunday.
Under 12's eat for FREE in the Horseshoe Pavilion Restaurant when attending with a full-paying adult. For more information, please call the racecourse on 01242 537653.
Combat Stress is one of the charity sponsors for Sunday of The November Meeting. Combat Stress is the UK’s leading charity for veterans’ mental health. For almost a century, they've helped former servicemen and women deal with trauma-related mental health problems such as anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Today, Combat Stress provide support to veterans from every service and every conflict. They're on a mission to raise awareness that invisible injuries can be just as hard to cope with as physical ones. So when a veteran is having a tough time, Combat Stress are there to help them tackle the past and take on the future.