Skip to main content Skip to site footer

Oops, your browser is out of date - Please upgrade your browser to improve your experience.


Rewatch the official 2021 Cheltenham Festival Preview Evening here.



Alice Plunkett hosted the official Cheltenham Festival 2021 Preview Evening on Sunday 14 March at 8pm.


Joined by three previous Cheltenham Gold Cup-winning jockeys Sir Anthony McCoy, Ruby Walsh, and Festival ambassador Barry Geraghty plus form expert Josh Stacey (@TheRacingJosh) as they share their top tips and ones to watch at the 2021 Cheltenham Festival.

Topics of the night included:

The Nightcap

brought to you by Glenfarclas

Rewatch all Episodes

Hosted by Chris Hughes, The Nightcap brought to you by Glenfarclas featured highlights and discussion from the day’s racing and a look ahead to the following day. The Nightcap included everything from top tips, behind the scenes, gossip, and some very special guests.


Raceday LIVE

See all the highlights from The Festival™ supporting Wellchild in one place! 

Get Involved

Preview Magazine

Read the official 52-page Preview Magazine including an exclusive interview with jockey Paul Townend and our Festival ambassador Barry Geraghty. 

Read It Now

2021 Entries

View the official entries for The Festival™ supporting WellChild 2021 so far. The four-day Jump racing Festival returns from 16 - 19 March 2021. 

View Now

Top up your Festival knowledge

The Festival™ Races

Home to 28 races across four days, including five feature races. 

Find Out More

Festival 2020 Highlights

History was made as Willie Mullins won the Cheltenham Gold Cup for the second consecutive year on Day Four. 

View Our Highlights

2020 Race Results

View the placed horses for each race at The Cheltenham Festival 2020. 

View Results
Tickets FROM£40.00
Tue 15-Fri 18 Mar | Cheltenham
Tickets FROM£40.00

Cookie Policy

We use “cookies” to help enhance your experience and improve the functionality of our website. You can find out more in our cookie policy. We also serve cookies, some with chocolate chips, on our racecourses.