Friday 15th November 2019
Countryside Day launches The November Meeting in true Cheltenham style.
Alongside the incredible racing action, there's a host of countryside interests to keep you entertained including hound parades.
With live music from The Wurzels in The Centaur, free for Club/Tattersalls racegoers.
Don't miss racing legend Sir Anthony McCoy receive a lesson from double Olympic medal-winning dressage rider Laura Tomlinson in the Parade Ring at 11:45am.
- The Shopping Village in the Club and Tattersalls
- A quality six racecard
- World class hospitality from £165 per person
- Countryside themed activities, click here for more information
- Live music from The Lucky 15's in The Guinness Village for Club/Tattersalls Racegoers
- Free for Club/Tattersalls ticket holders, The Wurzels will be taking to the stage in The Centaur after racing from 4pm - 5:15pm. They've got a brand new combine harvester and will be giving you the key to your evening's entertainment
- Under 18s gain free entry
- Tattersalls Cheltenham will be in the Tattersalls Sales Arena after racing on Countryside Day only
This year’s raceday looks set to be as exciting as ever with a number of different countryside themed events taking place before and during racing, including:
Online silent auction raising money for Team GB Equestrian to go to The Olympic 2020 in Tokyo. Get bidding for your chance to win a day at the races with ITV Racing's Alice Fox-Pitt or a dinner hosted by Team GBR.
GB's biggest Olympics Equine stars will parade, including:
Double Olympic Gold-Winning horses Big Star and Valegro
The Rio Olympics star and Badminton Winner, Chilli Morning
Local Hunts parading
- Don't miss racing legend Sir Anthony McCoy receive a lesson from double Olympic medal-winning dressage rider Laura Tomlinson in the Parade Ring at 11:45am
More activities and timings will be announced in due course
Countryside Day 2018 hosted a six racecard, featuring the Glenfarclas Cross Country race won in fine style by Cheltenham favourite Josies Orders. The JP McManus owned-horse is a four-time winner over the cross country fences here at Cheltenham, and did not disappoint in the first cross country race of the season.
Bun Doran got his season off to a winning start for local trainer Tom George and jockey Paddy Brennan in the BetVictor Handicap Chase.