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Cheltenham Results And Reaction: All The Winners From Day 4 Of The Festival

Cheltenham Results And Reaction: All The Winners From Day 4 Of The Festival
Luke Delaney
By Luke Delaney
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The final day of the Cheltenham Festival is upon us. If it's anything like the first three days, it's certain to be filled with drama and excitement. We've got all the updates and reactions you need if you're looking for Cheltenham results from day 4.

Of course, if you're considering making a bet for Day 4 of the festival, you must consult with our World-Famous Tipster Table which collates all of the most popular tips from over 30 tipsters in Ireland and the UK, writing both in digital and in print.

The highlight of today's racing comes at 3:30pm for the Boodles Cheltenham Gold Cup Chase. Bookmakers favourite Galopin Des Champs trained by Willie Mullins will be looking to fend off pressure from the likes of A Plus Tard from Henry de Bromhead's yard and Paul Nicholls' Bravemansgame.

A Plus Tard won this race last year and with Rachael Blackmore riding the horse once again, they will be more keen than ever to make it two Gold Cup wins on the bounce.

This post will be updated throughout the day with all the latest Cheltenham results.

Cheltenham results

16 March 2023; Envoi Allen, with Rachael Blackmore up, 3, jump the last on their way to winning the Ryanair Chase during day three of the Cheltenham Racing Festival at Prestbury Park in Cheltenham, England. Photo by Seb Daly/Sportsfile

Cheltenham results Day 4

13:30 JCB Trumph Hurdle

  1. Lossiemouth 11/8
  2. Gala Marceau 10/3
  3. Zenta 12/1

It was the Paul Townend and Willie Mullins combo that sealed the first win of day 4 at Cheltenham Festival, with favourite Lossiemouth proving too strong for fellow Willie Mullins' trained horses  Gala Marceau and Zenta who finished 2nd and 3rd respectively.

14:10 County Handicap Hurdle

  1. Faivoir 33/1
  2. Pied Piper 12/1
  3. Filey Bay 6/1
  4. Sharjah 10/1
  5. Ballyadam 12/1

33/1 longshot Faivoir ridden by Bridget Andrews for trainer Dan Skelton won the Handicap Hurdle after a scintilating battle with Pied Piper, who oushed Faivoir all the way. Filey Bay and Sharjah were next to finish, with Rachael Blackmore placing on Ballyadam.



14:50 Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle

  1. Stay Away Fay 18/1
  2. Affordable Fury 150/1
  3. Sandor Cleggane 28/1
  4. Letsbeclearaboutit 16/1

Pre race favourite Corbetts Cross looked certain to race away from the field up until the final hurdle when he missed the last jump, dismounting Mark Walsh and letting Stay Away Fay run to victory beating 150/1 longshot Affordable Fury.


15:30 Cheltenham Gold Cup Chase

  1. Galopin Des Champs 7/5
  2. Bravemansgame 6/1
  3. Conflated 22/1
  4. Noble Yeats 14/1

It was a dram filled Gold Cup race with Ahoy Senor leading for the majority of the race, before falling six hurdles from home. Ahoy Senor's fall brought down Hewick and hampered A Plus Tard's chances at a win and pulled up shortly after. Bravemansgame then took control of the race until the final hurdle when favourite Galopin Des Champs ran clear of the field and seal a Gold Cup victory for Willie Mullins.

16:10 Hunters' Chase

  1. Premier Magic 66/1
  2. Its On The Line 28/1
  3. Shantou Flyer 50/1
  4. Rocky's Howya 11/1

Bradley Gibbs rode 66/1 Premier Magic to glory in the Hunters' Chase after beating off competition from Emmet Mullins' Its On The Line. 50/1 Shantou Flyer finished in third with Declan Quelly's Rocky's Howya finishing in fourth.

16:50 Mares' Chase

  1. Impervious 15/8
  2. Allegorie De Vassy 13/8
  3. Pink Legend 33/1
  4. Zambella 22/1

Impervious became the latest winner for Irish trainers at the 2023 Cheltenham Festival, beating the Paul Townend and Willie Mullins duo of Allegorie De Vassy by two and a half lengths.

17:30 Handicap Hurdle

  1. Iroko 6/1
  2. No Ordinary Joe 14/1
  3. Buddy One 28/1
  4. Might I 6/1
  5. Imagine 5/1

Iroko won the final race of the 2023 Cheltenham Festival for trainers Oliver Greenall and Josh Guerriero and owner JP McManus, with Nicky Henderson's No Ordinary Joe finishing in second place.


Cheltenham results Day 3

There was plenty of drama during yesterday's racing with the Irish trainers sealing the Prestbury Cup after winning five of the seven races on Day 3. Thursday's racing started with an upset in Novices' Chase where Paul Nicholls' Stage Star was too strong for the rest of the field, including heavy favourite Mighty Potter.

Envoi Allen won the Ryanair Chase after favourite Shishkin's poor start gave Nico de Bonville too much to do in the final furlongs. Perhaps the biggest shock of Day 3 came from 33/1 longshot Sire Du Berlais who gave Gordon Elliott yet another Cheltenham victory in the Stayers' Hurdle.

20/1 Seddon, 16/1 You Wear It Well and 10/1 Angels Dawn also found victories in the final three races of the day in what was an entertaining day of racing at Cheltenham.

SEE ALSO: The World Famous Balls.ie Cheltenham Tipster Table: Day Four

The World Famous Balls.ie Cheltenham Tipster Table: Day Four
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