Cheltenham Race Days The Festival at Cheltenham. 14th March - 17th March 2017
Travel to race day at Cheltenham Racecourse in our stretch limo all year around. The latest stretch limousine from A2Z Limos will be at your pick up location in the morning. The Gleaming Limo is ultimate mode of transport for any race day at any location. Our chauffeurs have been taking customers for racing event all over UK for more then a decade and have wealth of experience and knowledge which is only gained through experience. Travelling in a limo to a racing event is an experience you would like to enjoy again and again. Then at the end of day we will drive you back home in comfort and hopefull richer after a day of betting on the Winning horses. Our Stretch Lincoln Limos area capable of carrying upto 8 passengers and so do our Baby bentley limos. We also have Hummer Limos in 12 passenger and 16 passsenger size for larger groups. All our limos come with uniformed chauffeurs who will pick you in comfort and style of a limo and take you to Cheltenham racecourse. Call us for quote 0121 643 5556
Cheltenham Races with A2Z Limos in West Midlands.
The Festival at Cheltenham is pinnacle of the Jump racing calander it is everything you would hope for and more. The finest Horses, The Best Jockeys and The Most enviable Trainers Battle it out for the ultimate prize in Jump racing at Cheltenham.
14th March Champion Day
Gates open at 10.30am, with the first race each day at 1.30pm and the last race each day at 5.15pm. The first day of The Festival features the most important hurdle race of the season, the Stan James Champion Hurdle. The 2011 victor, Hurricane Fly reclaimed his title in last season?s renewal when beating Rock On Ruby, who won the race in 2012. In doing so, Hurricane Fly became the first horse in 38 years to reclaim the Champion Hurdle Trophy.
15th March Ladies Day
The real action though is on the track, with a fantastic seven race card featuring the Queen Mother Champion Chase. The sight of the best two mile chasers going head-to-head around the famous Cheltenham course is, for many people, the highlight of The Festival. Last year?s renewal was no exception with Sprinter Sacre doing as so many had hoped and proving his dominance over the chase fences at this distance. The odds-on favourite is fast becoming the newest Champion of Jump racing and his followers will be hoping for many more performances of that level. Gates open at 10.30am, with the first race each day at 1.30pm and the last race each day at 5.15pm.
16th March st. Patricks Day
Last year, the legendary hurdler Big Buck?s was injured so was unable to line up for the Ladbrokes World Hurdle, giving other horses the chance to take the honours in the long distance hurdle race. Appropriately it proved to be the luck of the Irish, with Solwhit, trained by Charles Byrnes proving victorious, much to the delight of the Irish members of the crowd.
17th Gold Cup Day
Last year the small but extremely tough Bobs Worth came from behind to put his nose in front on the line, finishing a magnificent week for last season?s Champion Trainer Nicky Henderson. Long Run, his stablemate and the 2011 winner of the race finished third with the Irish-trained horse Sir Des Champs second. The first race on the card is the JCB Triumph Hurdle for juveniles, where the very impressive Our Conor made a winning Cheltenham debut in 2013 ? hopefully he might be returning to Cheltenham for the 2014 Festival to take on the older, more experienced horses.
Cheltenham Festival is a shinning jewel in the crown of Jump racing calender. Four days of Magnificence and tradition in the back drop of Cotswold Hills in Cheltenham. Call our Limo hire team on 0121 643 5556 to discuss your requirements for Cheltenham Race days and Festival limo hire.
Our Stunning stretch Limo will pick up the party of upto 8 passengers from the house and take them to the Cheltenham Racecourse. Our Chauffeurs will wait for you till the last race and then drive you either to your home or night out in Cheltenham's Famous Montpellier Street. Our prices are much more competitive then you might think.