Cheltenham - At The Races

Cheltenham Stable Tours

Gordon Elliott

Gold Cup-winning trainer Gordon Elliott gives us the inside scope on his strongest-ever squad for the festival which features Apple’s Jade, Death Duty, Mega Fortune and Outlander - all Grade 1 winners this term.

Willie Mullins

Leading trainer at the festival for five of the last six seasons, Willie Mullins heads to Cheltenham in 2017 with a whole host of favourites for Grade 1 glory including Un De Sceaux, Vroum Vroum Mag and Yorkhill.

Nicky Henderson

The Master of Seven Barrows is the winning-most trainer at the festival and here he lifts the lid on his string that looks set to carry him to further glories, featuring Buveur D’Air, Charli Parcs and Might Bite.

Henry de Bromhead

The class of 2017 is Henry de Bromhead’s strongest-ever Cheltenham squad, headed by Ryanair Hurdle and Irish Champion Hurdle hero Petit Mouchoir and bolstered by the likes of Champagne West and Sub Lieutenant.

Paul Nicholls

The Champion Trainer is taking a young team of promising horses to Cheltenham including JLT Novices’ Chase contender Politologue, Fred Winter fancy Dreamcatching plus Pertemps runner El Bandit.

David Pipe

We kick off our Cheltenham stable tours with David Pipe, a regular in the festival Winner’s Enclosure who sends a select team to the festival in 2017, headlined by previous scorers Un Temps Pour Tout and Moon Racer.

  • Nigel Twiston-Davies

    Nigel Twiston-Davies

    Naunton trainer Nigel Twiston-Davies makes the short trip to Prestbury Park with several live contenders including Ballyandy, The New One and Wholestone in the Grade 1s plus Close Brothers favourite Foxtail Hill.

  • Colin Tizzard

    Colin Tizzard

    Dorset trainer Colin Tizzard may be without the brilliant Thistlecrack but he still has plenty to look forward to at the festival including Native River and Cue Card - the first two in the Gold Cup betting - as well as some exciting novices.

  • Alan King

    Alan King

    The Master of Barbury Castle is not one to waste a dart at the Cheltenham Festival and his ammunition for 2017 includes Champion Hurdle favourite Yanworth plus other Grade 1 big guns Uxizandre and Master Blueyes.

  • Philip Hobbs

    Philip Hobbs

    The Minehead maestro’s Cotswolds challenge is spearheaded by star juvenile hurdler Defi Du Seuil and bolstered by some smart handicappers, including Pertemps pair For Good Measure and Golden Doyen.