You won't miss second of the Cheltenham action on skysports.com
Last Updated: 08/03/13 1:24pm
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The Cheltenham Festival is always the highlight of the National Hunt season and we have every angle covered on skysports.com.
Alex Hammond, who is riding in the St Patrick's Derby on Thursday raising money for Cancer Research (more details here) will provide her daily thoughts on the action while Ed Chamberlin has his headline selections in an unmissable blog.
Man On The Spot will provide a race-by-race guide to the action while leading writer Donn McClean has his picks of the Irish raiding party each day.
With Robert Thornton sidelined by injury Wayne Hutchinson will have a strong book of rides at the Festival and you can read his thoughts every day while the Catching Pigeons gossip column will have all the whispers ahead of the four-day extravaganza.
Our unrivalled racecard section allows users to do their studying 24/7 and the video form archive means Sky Bet customers can see every key race from the build-up on both sides of the Irish Sea.
Racing editor Will Hayler will be leading the on-course team, powering our live blog from the Festival with his punting plays, racecourse whispers and your emails.
Dave Ord will be on hand to provide colour pieces from Prestbury Park while we will have a full report and reaction from each and every race of the meeting online within minutes of the runners passing the post.
Our view from connections service will let you know the trainers' thoughts the day before each race while we will have all the market movers from the trading rooms throughout the morning.
Our live betting shows direct from the track and the fastest results service available on line will provide a cornerstone of the afternoon coverage.
Throw in live commentaries from our normal service or the uninterrupted and official Festival Radio coverage, the ability to bet and watch on Sky Bet and race replays as part of our video form coverage and there's no reason to go anywhere else over the four days.