Cheltenham Festival 2020 LIVE: Stream free, TV channel, betting tips and racecards for Ladies Day – latest updates – The Sun

DAY TWO of Cheltenham is among us!

After the thrills of spills of yesterday it is time for Ladies Day, with the feature Champion Chase coming up today at 3.30pm.

Here is your full schedule for today:

  • 13:30 Ballymore Novices' Hurdle – RACING TV/ ITV
  • 14:10 RSA Chase – RACING TV/ ITV
  • 14:50 Coral Cup – RACING TV/ ITV
  • 15:30 Champion Chase – RACING TV/ TV
  • 16:10 Cross County Chase – RACING TV/ ITV
  • 16:50 Fred Winter Handicap Hurdle – RACING TV
  • 17:30 Champion Bumper – RACING TV

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    To celebrate International Women’s Day last Sunday, Great British Racing launched its justjockeys campaign.

    It is designed to showcase the incredible talents of women in the sport, where they compete on an equal footing to men.

    As well as a significant increase in the number of women jockeys riding winners, there has been a 26 percent rise in women holding a professional jockey license since 2015.

    Learn more about GBR's campaign in this video.


    NAPs, people. Our bets of the day.

    If you're still scratching your head and torn on who to pick, here are our tipsters top fancies for Ladies Day:

    • Tom Pepper – QUEENS BROOK, 5.30
    • Sunratings – CHAMP, 2.10
    • Templegate – DEFI DU SEUIL, 3.30
    • Eamonn Hames – ALLAHO, 2.10
    • Trends – TIGER ROLL, 4.10
    • Mick Fitzgerald – TIGER ROLL, 4.10
    • Matt Chapman – DEFI DU SEUIL, 3.30


    One of the stories of Champions Day was the performance of Rachael Blackmore aboard Honeysuckle.

    Her gamble before the second last stole the running rail and with it the race – plenty will be following again on Ladies Day.

    Blackmore's rides this afternoon:

    • 1.30 – Easywork
    • 2.10 – Minella Indo
    • 2.50 – Eglantine Du Seuil

    Meanwhile, the hats keep coming…


    Early reports indicate two-mile star Chacun Pour Soi has an abscess and has therefore not been given a vet certificate.

    It follows Altior swerving the race billed as the best of the meeting yesterday, leaving Defi Du Seuil as the strong odds-on favourite for Philip Hobbs.

    He will go off around the 1-3 mark, with the Paul Nicholls pair of Dynamite Dollars and Politologue now the main challengers.

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