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Cheltenham Results And Reaction: All The Winners From Day 2 Of The Festival

Cheltenham Results And Reaction: All The Winners From Day 2 Of The Festival
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Day Two of the Cheltenham Festival is upon us. If it's anything like the first day, it's certain to be incredible. We've got all the updates and reactions you need if you're looking for Cheltenham results.

Of course, if you're considering making a bet for Day 2 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 in the Queen Mother's Chase which features a fascinating clash between the favourite Edwardstone and the Willie Mullins trained Energumene. This post will be updated throughout the day with all the Cheltenham results.

13:30 Novices' Hurdle

  1.  Impaire Et Passe 5/2
  2.  Gaelic Warrior 9/2
  3.  Champ Kiely 13/2
  4.  Good Land 9/2

Here are the Cheltenham results from the Ballymore novices hurdle: it was a comfortable win for Paul Townend on Impaire Et Passe in a 1,2,3 for Willie Mullins. Could Impaire Et Passe be good enough to take on Constitution Hill?


14:10 Novices' Chase 

  1. The Real Whacker 8/1
  2. Gerri Colombe 5/4
  3. Bronn 50/1
  4. I am Maximus 28/1

Here are the Cheltenham results from the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase: Brave jumping from The Real Whacker sees her pip favourite Gerri Colombe in a nail-biting photo finish. A brilliant win for Patrick Neville with a horse that cost just 21 Grand. Check out the finish and celebrations from the camp below.

14:50 Coral Cup Handicap Hurdle 

  1. Langer Dan 9/1
  2. An Epic Song 16/1
  3. Camprond 20/1
  4. Scaramanga 50/1
  5. Bold Endeavour 22/1
  6. Captain Conby 15/2

Another tantalisingly close finish in the Coral cup, with a threeway race between Camprond, Langer Dan and An Epic Song to get over the line. Check out the last few yards and the reaction from jockey Harry Skelton.

Next up is the highlight of the day the 15:30 Champion Chase, we'll have that race and all the Cheltenham results right here.




15:30 Champion Chase

  1. Enurgumene 6/5
  2. Captain Guinness 12/1
  3. Greaneteen 25/1
  4. Editeur Du Gite 13/2

A back-to-back Champion Chase win for Energumene and a second win of the day for Paul Townend. They saw out second place Rachel Blackmore on Captain Guinness comfortably The Willie Mullins win makes it a 1,2 for the Irish in today's flagship race and a second consecutive Champion Chase for Mullins.


With plenty of racing to go stay tuned for all the rest of the Cheltenham results, with 16:10 Glenfarclas Chase up next.

Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase

  1. Delta Work 11/10
  2. Galvin 11/4
  3. Franco De Port 9/2
  4. Lieutenant Rocco  100/1

Delta Work is just two good for Galvin in a Gordon Elliot 1,2 . Willie Mulins' Franco De Port places third too in another good race for the Irish. After that race, there'll be no debate about whether the cross country belongs at the festival. Check out the reaction from Elliot below.

We've still got two races to go and with the TV Coverage wrapping up, we'll have all the Cheltenham results right here.

16:50 Grand Annual Challenge 

  1. Maskada 22/1
  2. Dino Blue 7/2
  3. Global Citizen 12/1
  4. Third Time Lucki 8/1

Cork's D.J O'Keeffe on Maskada takes first for Henry De Bromhead after a race littered with mistakes. While Willie Mullins' Dinoblue does well to take second after a ropey last jump. Check out all the drama from the falls to the stumbles below.

With just one race to go keep up with all the Cheltenham results right here.

17:30 Champion Bumper 

  1. A Dream To Share 7/2
  2. Fact To File 16/5
  3. Captain Teague 40/1
  4. Lecky Watson 80/1

18-year-old Irish Jockey John Gleeson wins on JP McManus' A Dream To Share who's trained by Waterford's John Kiely. The result is a huge upset for the host of Willie Mullins' horses that ran the race. Check out the rough finish below.

Cheltenham results - Day 1

Day One of the Cheltenham Festival was one of the most memorable in the festival's storied history, and there were some famous Cheltenham results.

Constitution Hill served up a performance worthy of the true greats of the sport with an emphatic nine-lengths victory in the Champions Hurdle.

And then the next race - the Mares Hurdle - served up scenes of true emotion that will not be forgotten any time soon.

The legendary Honeysuckle dug so, so deep to win her fourth ever race at the Festival. Killenaule's Rachael Blackmore gave the horse a heroic ride and after the race paid tribute to Jack de Bromhead, the late son of Honeysuckle's trainer Henry de Bromhead (she also got a nice dig in to Matt Chapman). Jack passed away in September in a freak riding accident and his father paid an emotional tribute to him after the race. There were unforgettable scenes in the parade ring as Honeysuckle was welcomed home in her last run at the race course.

It also a famous day for young Cork jockey Mikey O'Sullivan who won both his first and second winners at the festival, aboard Marine Nationale in the Supreme Novices Hurdle and Jazzy Matty in the Juvenile Handicap Hurdle. What a day for the 23-year-old.

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