Cheltenham Racecourse presents a truly unmissable three-day event, right at the home of jump-racing.
The November Meeting is where horses, jockeys and trainers start to gather attention in the road to The Cheltenham Festival. It’s from now that they begin to make decisions and preparations with the ultimate event in mind.
This three-day event consists of Countryside Day, Paddy Power Day and The Final Sunday, which all provide their own unique touches to ensure The November Meeting in Cheltenham meets its high-expectations every year.
The November Meeting 2021 is scheduled to take place from Friday the 12th to Sunday the 14th of November with a total of 19 individual races on the racecards for spectators to feast their eyes on.
Day One at The November Meeting, also known as Countryside Day, kickstarts this three-day festival in true Cheltenham style, featuring The Mucking Brilliant Paddy Power Handicap Chase.
Countryside Day 2021 is penned in for Friday the 12th of November.
The Markel Insurance Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle Race
Countryside Day and The November Meeting 2021 launch with The Markel Insurance Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle Race at 13:15 on Friday. This race concludes after two miles and five furlongs of fast-paced action.
The Mucking Brilliant Paddy Power Handicap Chase
13:50 on Countryside Day welcomes the first featured race of the three-day event – The Mucking Brilliant Paddy Power Handicap Chase, stretching about 2 miles in length.
10/3 Magic Saint won this race in 2020, snapping up the £22,252 first-place prize.
The SSS Super Alloys Supports Racing Welfare Novices’ Steeple Chase
At around 2 miles and four furlongs in length, race three of Countryside Day at The November Meeting is The SSS Super Alloys Supports Racing Welfare Novices’ Steeple Chase.
The Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Steeplechase
15:00 sees the longest race of the day at three miles and six furlongs, The Glenfarclas Cross Country Handicap Steeplechase. 22/1 outsider Kingswell Theatre won this race last year in 2020.
The Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle Race
The second from last race of Countryside Day is The Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle Race. It begins at 15:35 and concludes after two miles and five furlongs of intense jump-racing.
The Valda Energy Novices’ Handicap Hurdle Race
The final race of Countryside Day at The November Meeting 2021 will be The Valda Energy Novices’ Handicap Hurdle Race. This race is two miles and about half a furlong in length and scheduled to start at 16:05.
Paddy Power Day
Paddy Power Day at The November Meeting of Cheltenham Racecourse is the biggest jump racing fixture this side of Christmas, promising seven exhilarating races on Saturday the 13th November 2021.
The JCB Triumph Hurdle Trial
Paddy Power Day racing starts nice and early with the 12:30 JCB Triumph Hurdle Trial. This two-mile and half a furlong race witness 2/1 Duffle Coat take first prize in 2020.
The South West Syndicate Handicap Steeple Chase
The longest race of Paddy Power Day is The South West Syndicate Handicap Steeple Chase, measuring in at three miles and one furlong. This race is scheduled to begin at 13:05 on Saturday.
The From The Horses Mouth Podcast Arkle Challenge Trophy Trial Novices Steeple Chase
The third race to take place on Paddy Power Day at The November Meeting is The From The Horses Mouth Podcast Arkle Challenge Trophy Trial Novices Steeple Chase. This race is about two miles long and begins at 13:40.
The Paddy Power Gold Cup Steeple Chase
The featured race of Paddy Power Day at Cheltenham Racecourse 2021 is The Paddy Power Gold Cup Steeple Chase. This Paddy Power Gold Cup is two miles and four furlongs long, begins at 14:15, and last year saw 10/1 outsider Coole Cody take first prize.
The Paddy Power Games Handicap Hurdle Race
At 14:50, Paddy Power Day presents The Paddy Power Games Handicap Hurdle Race. This listed Hurdle race covers a distance of approximately three miles.
The Paddy Power First Millionaire Qualifier Intermediate Handicap Hurdle Race
The penultimate race of Paddy Power Day is The Paddy Power First Millionaire Qualifier Intermediate Handicap Hurdle Race. This race begins at 15:25 and covers a distance of two miles and five furlongs.
The Karndean Design Flooring Mares’ Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race
The final race of Paddy Power Day and the first day of The November Meeting is The Karndean Design Flooring Mares’ Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race at 15:55. This is a National Hunt flat race with a total distance of two miles and half a furlong.
The Sunday of The November Meeting at Cheltenham Racecourse offers six more thrilling races, including the featured race of the day The Unibet Greatwood Handicap Hurdle Race at 15:00 sharp.
The November Meeting Sunday 2021 will take place on Sunday the 14th of November and will surely cap off yet another incredible event at Cheltenham Racecourse.
The mallardjewellers.com Novices’ Steeple Chase
Race one of Sunday at The November Meeting is The mallardjewellers.com Novices’ Steeple Chase. Commencing at 13:15, this Steeple Chase is three miles and 80 yards in length.
The Plantuer at Chapel Stud Handicap Steeple Chase
The second race of Sunday at The November Meeting is The Plantuer at Chapel Stud Handicap Steeple Chase. This Steeple Chase is planned to begin at 13:50 and is a lengthy three miles three furlongs and seventy-one yards.
The Shloer Steeple Chase
At 14:25 on Sunday is The Shloer Steeple Chase. This great race is one mile seven furlongs and 199 yards.
The Unibet Greatwood Handicap Hurdle Race
The featured race of Sunday at The November Meeting is The Unibet Greatwood Handicap Hurdle Race. This Hurdle race is two miles and 87 yards long and starts at 15:00.
The Shunter won this race in 2020 with a starting price of 13/2, taking home £45,560 of the £80,000 prize pool.
The Sky Bet Supreme Trial Novices’ Hurdle Race
The Penultimate race of The November Meeting Sunday is The Unibet Greatwood Handicap Hurdle Race. This race is two miles and 87 yards long and was won last year by 14/1 outsider For Pleasure.
The High Sheriff of Gloucestershire Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race
The final race of the day on Sunday and the final race of the entire November Meeting is The High Sheriff of Gloucestershire Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race. This race is two miles and 87 yards long and begins at 16:05.
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Odds for The November Meeting are amongst the best odds you will find throughout the entire sportsbook calendar.
£10 on 14/1 outsider For Pleasure to win The Sky Bet Supreme Trial Novices’ Hurdle Race last time around would have returned profits of £140.
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