Cheltenham 2021 results live: Tips, Odds, Offers for Gold Cup day at Cheltenham Festival

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Latest Cheltenham 2021 Horse Racing Results

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Below we’ll provide the Cheltenham results from the 2021 Festival as they come in:

Day 1 Results | Day 2 Results | Day 3 Results | Day 4 Results

Cheltenham Festival Day 1 Results

The Supreme Novices’ Hurdle – Result

1st  Appreciate It 8/11f
2nd  Ballyadam 6/1
3rd  For Pleasure 40/1

The Arkle Chase – Result

1st  Shishkin 4/9f
2nd  Eldorado Allen 33/1
3rd  Captain Guinness 10/1

The Ultima Handicap Chase – Result

1st  Vintage Clouds 28/1
2nd  Happygolucky 10/3f
3rd  Aye Right 11/2

The Champion Hurdle – Result

1st  Honeysuckle 11/10f
2nd  Sharjah 11/1
3rd  Epatante 4/1

The Mares’ Hurdle – Result

1st  Black Tears 11/1
2nd  Concertista 10/11f
3rd  Roksana 3/1

Juvenile Handicap Hurdle – Result

1st  Jeff Kidder 80/1
2nd  Saint Sam 9/2f
3rd  Elham Valley 66/1

National Hunt Chase – Result

1st  Galvin 7/2
2nd  Next Destination 3/1
3rd  Excaria Ten 11/4f

Cheltenham Festival Day 2 Results

Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle – Result

1st  Bob Olinger 6/4f
2nd  Gaillard Du Mesnil 9/4
3rd  Bravemansgame 4/1

RSA Chase – Result

1st  Monkfish 1/4f
2nd  Fiddlerontheroof 40/1
3rd  The Big Breakaway 12/1

Coral Cup – Result

1st  Heaven Help Us 33/1
2nd  Craigneiche 17/2
3rd  Tea Clipper 33/1

The Champion Chase – Result

1st  Put The Kettle On 17/2
2nd  Nube Negra 11/1
3rd  Chacun Por Soi 8/13f

The Cross-Country Chase – Result

1st  Tiger Roll 9/2
2nd  Easysland 1/1f
3rd  Some Neck 17/2

Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Chase – Result

1st  Sky Pirate 14/1
2nd  Entoucas 7/1
3rd  Ibleo 9/1

The Champion Bumper – Result

1st  Sir Gerhard 85/40
2nd  Kilcruit 10/11f
3rd  Elle Est Belle 16/1

Cheltenham Day 3 results

Marsh Novices’ Chase – Result

1st  Chantry House 9/1
2nd  Fusil Raffles 14/1
3rd  Asterion Forlonge 14/1

Pertemps Network Final  – Result

1st  Mrs Milner 12/1
2nd  The Bosses Oscar 10/3f
3rd  Come On Teddy 10/1

Ryanair Chase – Result

1st  Allaho 3/1f
2nd  Fakir D’oudairies 11/2
3rd  Tornado Flyer 25/1

Stayers’ Hurdle – Result

1st  Flooring Porter 12/1
2nd  Sire Du Berlais 5/1
3rd  Paisley Park 9/4f

Handicap Chase – Result

1st  The Shunter 9/4f
2nd  Farclas 5/1
3rd  Top Notch 50/1

Mares’ Novice Hurdle – Result

1st  Tellmesomethinggirl 5/1
2nd  Magic Daze 22/1
3rd  Mighty Blue 12/1

Kim Muir Handicap Chase – Result

1st  Mount Ida 3/1f
2nd  Cloudy Glen 33/1
3rd  Shantou Flyer 11/2

Cheltenham Festival Day 4 Results

JCB Triumph Hurdle – Result

1st  Quilixios 2/1
2nd  Adagio 10/1
3rd  Haut En Couleurs 20/1

County Hurdle – Result

1st  Belfast Banter 33/1
2nd  Petit Mouchoir 22/1
3rd  Milkwood 28/1

Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle – Result

1st  Vanillier 14/1
2nd  Oscar Elite 40/1
3rd  Streets of Doyden 10/1

Cheltenham Gold Cup – Result

1st  Minella Indo 9/1
2nd  A Plus Tard 10/3
3rd  Al Boum Photo 9/4f

The Foxhunter Chase – Result

1st  Porlock Bay 16/1
2nd  Billaway 2/1f
3rd  Staker Wallace 9/1

Liberthine Mares’ Chase – Result

1st  Colreevy 9/4
2nd  Elimay 6/5f
3rd  Shattered Love 6/1

Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle – Result

1st  Galopin Des Champs 8/1
2nd  Langer Dan 13/2
3rd  Floueur 33/1

Cheltenham Races Results

As soon as the runners have passed the post, we’ll have every result posted on our live blog so you’ll never miss the winner of the day’s big races. Our live blog page is guaranteed to have the fastest Cheltenham race results in the industry. We’ll also be updating this page with all the SPs, so you can work out your winning bets.

Day 1 Cheltenham Festival

The opening day of the 2021 Cheltenham Festival will be the most anticipated day in the horse racing calendar. Every top jockey and trainer will be hoping to get their name on the Cheltenham roll of honour.

Supreme Novice Hurdle

The opening race of the 2021 Cheltenham Festival has one of the meeting’s Irish bankers in Appreciate It. The novice finished second in last season’s Champion Bumper and has won all three hurdle starts for trainer Willie Mullins.

Arkle Challenge Trophy

The meeting’s first race over fences, this year’s Arkle is shaping up into a terrific battle between Britain and Ireland. Two potential superstars in Shiskin, trained in Britain by Nicky Henderson, and Willie Mullins’ Energumene are set to go head to head in what could be an epic clash.

Ultima Handicap Chase

A fiendishly difficult handicap for punters to solve, there are likely to be plenty of contenders in with a shout rounding the final bend. Escaria Ten currently heads the market after a good recent run at the Dublin Racing Festival.

Champion Hurdle

Two of jump racing’s superstars could serve up a treat in the feature race on the day of the 2021 Cheltenham Festival. Reigning champion Epatante looks set to face a tough challenge from unbeaten Irish mare Honeysuckle as the girls take each other on.

Mares Hurdle

Willie Mullins has farmed this race in recent years and he’s looking to record back-to-back wins in the race courtesy of Concertista.

Boodles Juvenile Hurdle

Some young guns seek a chance at glory as plenty of four-year-old hurdlers go to post here. Irish trainer Gordon Elliott saddles favourite Saint Sam, but he could face a tough test from British challenger Adagio.

National Hunt Chase

Usually a race for amateur riders, the race has recently been shortened a couple of furlongs so can no longer be called the four-miler. It usually pays to watch what crack Irish amateurs Jamie Codd and Derek O’Connor are riding.

Day 2 Cheltenham Festival

Ballymore Novice Hurdle

This looks a tough race to call with Bob Olinger and Gaillard Du Mesnil looking strong challengers from Ireland. But this could be British champion trainer Paul Nicholls’ best hope for a 2021 Cheltenham Festival winner as he saddles the exciting Bravemansgame.

Brown Advisory Chase (formerly Rsa Chase)

Another of the Irish bankers is set to go to post here, with the exciting Monkfish odds-on to cement his burgeoning reputation. Many people expect this Willie Mullins-trained runner to be a future Gold Cup winner and he starts as one of the shortest-priced favourites at the meeting.

Coral Cup

A full field of 26 runners will contest this race and it has thrown up some shock winners down the years. Expect plenty of punters to be using their Cheltenham free bets here.

Champion Chase

The old guard take on the young guns here and dual Champion Chase winner Altior is back in an attempt to regain his crown. This time, he faces a tough opponent in notoriously fragile Chacun Pour Soi, who is set to compete at his first Cheltenham Festival.

Cross-Country Chase

Dual Grand National hero Tiger Roll could well have his Aintree prep race here but is age beginning to blunt his powers. He was beaten in this last year by French raider Easysland and that horse is again due to travel for another crack at the race.

Grand Annual Chase

Until the running order was tweaked a few years ago, this used to be the final race of the Cheltenham Festival but now finds itself as one of the day two shoulder races. A tricky 2m handicap chase to solve, there will be plenty of punters taking flyers on this one.

Champion Bumper

A race that uusally falls to Irish champion trainer Willie Mullins, who is set to saddle impressive Dublin Racing Festival winner Kilcruit. His biggest challenge could also come from Ireland in the shape of Gordon Elliott’s Sir Gerhard.

Day 3 Cheltenham Festival

Marsh Novices Chase

Another day, another Irish banker. This time it’s dual Cheltenham Festival winner Envoi Allen, who will be attempting to extend his unbeaten record. Plenty of punters will be checking our Cheltenham Festival results page expecting to see his name next to the 1st.

Pertemps Hurdle Final

We can expect one or two handicap plots in this race. Competitors in this have qualified by finishing in the first six in qualifiers in Britain and Ireland and the race usually produces a thrilling finish.

Ryanair Chase

Originally billed as a Gold Cup consolation race, this race now has a reputation of its own. Last year’s winner Min will probably be back to defend his crown but faces stiff competition from Imperial Aura and Allaho.

Stayers Hurdle

This could be a decider in the Thyme Hill v Paisley Park saga. Both have one victory apiece this season and Cheltenham looks set to be the stage on which we’ll all find out just who is this season’s staying start.

Paddy Power Plate

Another fiendishly difficult race to solve, it will probably be the race with the longest-priced favourite. Sometimes, though, it pays to follow the money so check out the gambles on the morning of the race before playing in this one.

Mares Novice Hurdle

One of the newer races at the Cheltenham festival, Willie Mullins has won every running. But he looks short on contenders this year, so the race could fall to a lesser-known trainer such as Peter Fahey, who can claim a slice of glory with Royal Kahala

Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Handicap Chase

Another of the Festival’s races that is usually confined to amateur jockeys. Irish trainer Gordon Elliott looks to hold the nap hand with a number of horses such as Run Wild Fred and Coko Beach at the head of the market.

Day 4 Cheltenham Festival

Triumph Hurdle

The opening race on Gold Cup Day and plenty of punters will expect to see Zanahiyr’s name as the winner when searching for Cheltenham results 2021. Zanahiyr is unbeaten and many will expect that run will continue.

County Hurdle

Usuallu run at a furious speed, a huge field of 2m handicap hurdlers will be hurtling their way around the final bend. Keep an eye out on whichever horse owned by JP McManus is backed as he loves a tilt at the ring in this race.

Albert Bartlett Novice Hurdle

The most open looking novice hurdle at the meeting, with the favourite Stattler still available to back at around 8/1. Trainer Paul Nicholls will be hoping the shortest-priced British runner in the race Barbados Buck’s can propel him into the winner’s enclosure.

Gold Cup

We don’t see him very often but Al Boum Photo is attempting to become only the fifth horse in history to win three Gold Cups. He can always be relied upon to bring his A-game to Cheltenham but must fight off a strong challenge from A Plus Tard, Champ and Santini among others if he is to claim a slice of history

Mares’ Chase

Ran for the first time this year, the race has drawn plenty of criticism but punters will still need to find the winner. Irish raiders Elimay, Beanie Des Dieux and Colreevy head the market and it could be a tremendous fight if all turn up

Hunter Chase

Traditionally known as the Amateur Gold Cup, this gives the chance for some corinthians of the sport to grab a share of the limelight. Last year’s winner It Came To Pass may have been overlooked as he goes for back-to-back wins

Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle

The closing race of the meeting and the last chance for any trainer/jockey to get their name on the Cheltenham result roll of honour. Significant gambles have been landed in this hot handicap in the last couple of seasons so keep a close eye on any market moves