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Cheltenham Festival 2018 Live Stream: TV guide and day 4 race card

It’s that time of the year again, racing fans. The Cheltenham Festival 2018 is well underway and there’s loads of great races to watch on Day 4 (Gold Cup Day) this Friday including, unsurprisingly, the Gold Cup 2018 at 3.30pm! Here’s how to live stream Cheltenham, plus all the Cheltenham race times and TV channel details.

Day 1 at Cheltenham saw Buveur d’Air win a pulsating Champion Hurdle race, while on day 2, Samcro triumphing in the Novices’ Hurdle (1.30) and Presenting Percy emerged victorious in the Novices’ Chase. Day 3 featured the Stayers’ Hurdle as the blue ribbon race, where Penhill took home the spoils, but the biggest race of all is still to come in the Gold Cup.

Here’s the full card, followed by how to watch all the action live.

Here’s the full schedule for Cheltenham 2018 day 4. All times are GMT.

 

  • 1.30pm – Triumph Hurdle
  • 2.10pm – County Handicap Hurdle
  • 2.50pm – Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle
  • 3.30pm – Cheltenham Gold Cup 
  • 4.10pm – Foxhunter Steeple Chase
  • 4.50pm – Conditional Jockeys Hurdle
  • 5.30pm – Grand Annual Chase

ITV is the terrestrial host of the Cheltenham races this year and will be providing live coverage of day 4 from 1pm to 4.30pm on ITV 1, taking in all the main races. After that, Racing UK will be showing the final two races for the truly committed.

ITV’s involvement means that it couldn’t be easier to live stream Cheltenham 2018 for free, as all you need to do is head over to the ITV Hub on your computer, or download the ITV Hub app on your chosen device.

Here are some quick links to get you started.

That’s all you need to know about day 4 at Cheltenham – please do remember to bet responsibility if you choose to have a flutter!

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