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The Cheltenham Festival: What to expect from the Racing Breaks Legends Lounge



Where is it?


In the heart of the Guinness Village, our VIP lounge sits upstairs in a temporary grandstand. With plentiful pints, glasses of wine and soft drinks, along with an expert tipping service, and a Q&A from a celebrity panel, it offers a stress-free addition to the pinnacle of jump racing. Bet without leaving, and pick your winners with a complimentary race card and copy of the Racing Post. We'll also give you a £15 food voucher to use in outlets around the course.


Watch the racing on televisions provided, flick through the racing papers in comfort, chat to some of the biggest names in the business, and relax with friends, all without the need queue with the tens of thousands of punters below.


We've already provided your accommodation, transfers and tickets. Now we'll treat you to an exclusive experience at the racecourse itself.



Who's on the panel?


Matt Chapman is our new face for 2023. Now one of racing's most recognisable personalities, he presents for ITV and Sky Sports Racing. Matt also writes a weekly column in The Sun, tips regularly on the Paddy Power website, and is currently serving as a Racing Breaks Ambassador.


Former Channel 4 presenter Mike Cattermole, who now commentates around the country, will also be with us, complementing the expertise of former jockey Mick Fitzgerald. Mick won the 1996 Grand National aboard Rough Quest and, in 1999, secured the Gold Cup on See More Business: the first of two consecutive years as leading jockey at the Cheltenham Festival. He now presents for ITV and Sky Sports Racing, and will introduce our final pannelist: tipster Paul Kealy, a leading voice at the Racing Post.

 

Book the Cheltenham Festival now

We look forward to welcoming you in 2023