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At our last look - Cheltenham Gold Cup odds:
Al Boum Photo, 4/1.
Clan Des Obeaux, 6/1.
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Cheltenham Gold Cup Winners:
2019 - Al Boum Photo.
2018 - Native River.
2017 - Sizing John.
2016 - Don Cossack.
2015 - Coneygree.
2014 - Lord Windermere.
2013 - Bobs Worth.
2012 - Synchronised.
Cheltenham Festival 2020 is here!
The Cheltenham Gold Cup is run over a distance of 3 miles and 2.5 furlongs. There are 22 fences that have to be cleared by the elite horses. It is the big Friday race of the Cheltenham Festival and arguably the most exciting. The Gold Cup is the most valuable non-handicap chase in Britain and has been won in the past by Arkle, Best Mate, Golden Miller and Kauto Star. The new course has been run since 1959 and creates a huge challenge to the jockeys.
The most successful horse in Gold Cup history is Golden Miller who won 5 consecutive Gold Cup's in the 1930's!
Cheltenham Gold Cup News Headlines
Minella Till Dawn favourite to bridge long Thyestes gap for JP McManus
- Pat Kelly's star used the race to warm up for last year's Cheltenham Gold Cup and indications are he is set to do the same now rather than take in the ...
Tizzard and Moore both come out in support of five-day festival
- Tizzard, winner of the Cheltenham Gold Cup with Native River in 2018, said on Sunday he was keen for jump racing's biggest week to become even ...
The Most Successful Horses at Cheltenham
- Kauto Star is one of the latest stars in the Cheltenham Gold Cup after winning the race twice in 2007 and 2009. It would've been three if it wasn't for ...