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Cheltenham Results And Reaction: All The Winners From Day 3 Of The Festival

Cheltenham Results And Reaction: All The Winners From Day 3 Of The Festival
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Day 3 of the Cheltenham Festival is upon us. If yesterday's action was anything to go by, we should be in for an exciting afternoon. 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 3 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 is the Stayer's Hurdle at 3:30pm, where Gordon Elliott's Teahupoo is seen as a narrow favourite.

This post will be updated throughout the day on a race by race basis with all the Cheltenham results.

Cheltenham Results - Day 3

This post will be updated throughout the afternoon to bring you all of the day 3 Cheltenham results.


13:30 Turners Novices' Chase

  1. Stage Star 15/2
  2. Notlongtillmay 40/1
  3. Mighty Potter 4/6
  4. Appreciate It 3/1

Here are the Cheltenham results from the Turners Novices' Chase . 40/1 longshot Notlongtillmay led in the final stages, but Stage Star's strong finish was enough for Harry Cobden to ride home and take first place for the Paul Nicholls trained horse.


14:10 Handicap Hurdle

  1. Good Time Jonny 9/1
  2. Salvador Ziggy 10/1
  3. Mill Green 22/1
  4. Green Book 40/1
  5. Walking On Air 9/1
  6. An Tailliur 10/1

It was a frantic finish to the Handicap Hurdle, with Galway native Liam McKenna riding Tony Martin's trained Good Time Jonny to victory. With a number of horses within touching distance of a Cheltenham victory until the final hurdle, it was the 9/1 shot that fought off pressure from the likes of Salvador Ziggy and Mill Green to win the race.


14:50 Ryanair Chase

  1. Envoi Allen 13/2
  2. Shishkin EVS
  3. Hitman 22/1
  4. French Dynamite 28/1

Envoi Allen became Henry de Bromhead's third winner of the 2023 Cheltenham Festival after a fantastic run at the Ryanair Chase, with Rachael Blackmore aboard to win yet another Cheltenham race in the famous red, white and blue colours. Shishkin was the favourite from the off but struggled in the opening exchanges and despite recovering in the latter stages, Envoi Allen had too much for him.

15:30 Paddy Power Stayers' Hurdle

  1. Sire Du Berlais 33/1
  2. Dashel Drasher 40/1
  3. Teahupoo 9/4
  4. Flooring Porter 9/2

It's the biggest odds win of the festival so far, with 33/1 longshot Sire Du Berlais rode by Kildare's Mark Walsh for Gordon Elliott, on his sixth ever Cheltenham appearance which sealed a shock win in the Stayers' Hurdle. Sire Du Berlais fended off competition in the final stages from Dashel Drasher who came into the race at 40/1 and 9/4 favourite Teahupoo.


16:10 Handicap Chase

  1. Seddon 20/1
  2. Fugitif 11/1
  3. Shakem Up'arry 16/1
  4. Gevrey 125/1

Dubliner Ben Harvey found his first ever Cheltenham win after a brilliant showing with 20/1 horse Seddon in the Handicap Chase. Fugitif and Shakem Up'arry proved to be his closest rivals towards the end, but Seddon's power and stamina proved too much for the rest of the field.

16:50 Jack de Bromhead Mares' Novices' Hurdle

  1. You Wear It Well 16/1
  2. Magical Zoe 15/2
  3. Halka Du Tabert 12/1
  4. Luccia 6/4

Jamie Snowden's trained You Wear It Well won the Jack De Bromhead Mares' Novices' Hurdle, with Henry de Bromhead coming close with his horse Magical Zoe finishing second. Davy Russell rode Halka Du Tabert to a third place finish, but it was the 16/1 You Wear It Well which performed fantastically throughout.

17:30 Amateur Jockeys' Handicap Chase

  1. Angels Dawn 10/1
  2. Stumptown 7/2
  3. Mr Incredible 4/1
  4. Dunboyne 8/1

The Irish trainers came out on top again in the final race of the day, with Sam Curling's horse Angels Dawn winning the Amateur Jockeys' Handicap Chase, fending off pressure from the likes of Stumptown and Mr Incredible in the final moments in what was a thrilling end to Day 3 of the Cheltenham Festival.


Cheltenham Results - Day 2

Day 2 of the festival featured some brilliant performances, with Enurgumene taking home the big prize of the day. The Willie Mullins trained horse took home the Boyle Sports Champions Chase at odds of 6/5 having been backed into favourite overnight. Impaire et Pass was also a short odds winner in the Novices' hurdle to start the day.

Delta Work backed up last year's Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase by winning the event once again, while Langer Dan got over last year's disappointment to claim the Coral Cup Handicap Hurdle at odds of 9/1.

The longest shot in terms of winners came in the Grand Annual Challenge, where 22/1 shot Maskada took home the victory for Henry de Bromhead.

It was a good day for the Irish trainers overall, with The Real Whacker coming in at 8/1 in the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase for Limerick man Paddy Neville. While Neville is now based in England, he spent 17 years as a trainer in this country before making the move across the Irish Sea.

Here's hoping for more top class action in day 3 of the Cheltenham Festival.

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

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