Tickets for new Cheltenham Racecourse season on sale now

The new 2021-22 season of racedays at Cheltenham Racecourse, including The Festival and Cheltenham Gold Cup 2022, are on sale now.

Thundering hooves and the roar of the crowd will fill Cheltenham Racecourse once more, when a new horseracing season gets underway at the home of Jump racing – and tickets are on sale now for the new 2021-22 season, including The Festival and Cheltenham Gold Cup 2022.

Racing devotees can book tickets for some of the best events in the UK horseracing calendar at the iconic, world class Gloucestershire racecourse – with 2021 tickets on sale now for season opener The Showcase in October; The November Meeting in November; and pre-Christmas The International in December.

While Cheltenham Racecourse’s 2022 anticipated events includes New Year’s Day Racing and Festival Trials Day in January; The Festival in March; culminating with The April Meeting and Race Night in April.

Held behind closed doors or in restricted numbers for more than a year, the long wait for the thrill of live racing is almost over for horseracing fans.

With single day tickets costing from just £10 to lavish hospitality packages costing into the thousands on sale now.

For more information, and to book tickets, visit thejockeyclub.co.uk.

By Michelle Fyrne


© SoGlos
Sunday 18 July 2021

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