Cheltenham Racecourse


Located in Prestbury Park Cheltenham Racecourse is best known for hosting the prestigious Cheltenham Festival. Racing can be enjoyed throughout the National Hunt season at the popular racecourse in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.

Cheltenham Racecourse is an ideal setting to enjoy high class racing throughout the season. The natural amphitheatre style environment can hold a massive 67,500 spectators ensuring everyone enjoys a racing experience like no other.

Impressive horse racing is not the only event to be enjoyed at Cheltenham Racecourse. Home to The Centaur, one of the largest venues in the South West of England. Concerts, conferences and comedy shows have all be enjoyed here ensuring an unforgettable experience for all.

Historically the first organised flat race was held in 1815 at Cheltenham on Nottingham Hill with the first races on Cleeve Hill in 1818. Since then the following decade has seen thousands flock to Prestbury Park for their annual two day meeting. A 3m flat race ran back then shared the name with the now prestigious Gold Cup.