The Cheltenham Festival is recognised worldwide as the pinnacle of the jump race calendar – it is quite simply the Olympic Games of National Hunt racing. Each day of the festival offers spectacular jump racing, building up to the grand finale, the Gold Cup, on Friday.
Across each of its four race days, the Cheltenham Festival produces a special atmosphere. The ‘Cheltenham Roar’, which refers to the huge amount of noise generated for the start of the first race of the festival, is something not to be missed.
The Long Run Balcony Boxes
The “Long Run” Balcony Boxes overlook the final two fences and down towards the finishing straight. The boxes at Cheltenham are glass fronted, course facing with viewing balcony and are in a prime position being very close to the trackside, offering fantastic views of the racing and the Cotswolds surrounding the course.
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Additional hospitality packages for the Cheltenham National Hunt Festival will be made available shortly.