Day two of the Cheltenham Festival takes place on Wednesday the 17th of March 2022. The Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase is the feature race of the second day, which is also known as Ladies Day.
The Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase is focused on speed and accurate jumping, with Europe’s best two-mile chasers looking to join an illustrious list of previous winners.
On the second day of the Cheltenham Races 2022, the Irish have many hot favourites which could put them in front in the Cheltenham Festival Prestbury Cup – the yearly Anglo-Irish contest to have the most winners at the Cheltenham Festival.
To find out tips, latest news and previous winners from Day 2 of the Cheltenham festival then continue reading our Cheltenham Festival Day Two in-depth guide:
- 1 Cheltenham Festival Day Two Racecards
- 2 Cheltenham Festival Day Two Tips
- 3 Day Two Cheltenham 2022 Tickets
- 4 Cheltenham Favourites for Day 2 Racing
- 5 Other Cheltenham Festival Days
- 6 Betting on Cheltenham Festival Day 2
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- 7 Popular Questions
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Cheltenham Festival Day Two Racecards
Here are the following races for Day two of the Cheltenham Festival, Wednesday 16th March 2022:
13:30 Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle
The Baring Bingham Novices’ Hurdle (for sponsorship reasons known as the Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle) is a Grade 1 National Hunt hurdle race open to horses aged four and above. It is held over a distance of approximately 2 miles and 5 furlongs, with ten hurdles to be jumped.
The winner of the last Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle was Bob Olinger.
Check out what the professional horse racing tipsters have picked out to win the 13:30 Cheltenham Tips Baring Novices Hurdle race.
14:10 Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase
The Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase is a Grade 1 National Hunt chase in the United Kingdom for horses aged five and up. It is run over a distance of approximately 3 miles on the Old Course at Cheltenham, with twenty obstacles to be jumped.
Last year’s winner for the Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase was Monkfish.
Check out what the professional horse racing tipsters have picked out to win the 14:10 Cheltenham Tips Festival Novices Chase race.
14:50 Coral Cup
The Coral Cup is a Grade 3 National Hunt hurdle event held in the United Kingdom for horses aged four and higher. It is run over a distance of around 2 miles and 5 furlongs, and there are ten hurdles to be jumped during the race.
The winner of the Coral Cup last year was Heaven Help Us.
Check out what the Cheltenham festival tipster has picked out to win the 14:50 Cheltenham Tips Coral Cup race.
15:30 Queen Mother Champion Chase – Feature Race
The Queen Mother Champion Chase is a Grade 1 National Hunt steeplechase held for horses aged five and up. The race is now titled the Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase, thanks to a sponsorship agreement with the internet betting company Betway. It is run over a distance of approximately 2 miles, with 13 fences to be jumped along the way.
The winner of the famous Queen Mother Champion Chase last year was Put The Kettle On.
For a full guide on the Queen Mother Champion Chase, check out our page.
Check out what the Cheltenham festival tipster has picked out to win the 15:30 Cheltenham Tips Champion Chase race.
16:10 Cross Country Chase
The Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase is a steeplechase run by the National Hunt for horses aged five and up. It is run a distance of around 3 miles and 6 furlongs on the Cheltenham Cross-Country Course, and there are thirty-two obstacles to be overcome during the race. It began as a handicap race before being modified to a conditions race for the 2016 edition.
The winner of the Cross Country Chase last year was Grand National winner, Tiger Roll.
Check out what the Cheltenham festival tipster has picked out to win the 16:10 Cheltenham Tips Cross Country Chase race.
16:50 Grand Annual Chase
The Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Chase is the oldest race in the Cheltenham Festival, as well as the oldest chase in the National Hunt calendar. It’s a Grade 3 National Hunt steeplechase for horses aged five and above. It is run a distance of approximately 2 miles, and there are fourteen obstacles to jump during the race.
Sky Pirate was the winner of the last Grand Annual Chase.
Check out what the Cheltenham festival tipster has picked out to win the 16:50 Cheltenham Tips Cross Grand Annual Chase race.
17:30 Champion Bumper
The Champion Bumper is a Grade 1 National Hunt flat event for horses between the ages of four-six. It is run over a distance of approximately 2 miles and half a furlong at Cheltenham.
The winner of the latest Champion Bumper was Sir Gerhard.
Check out what the Cheltenham festival tipster has picked out to win the 17:30 Cheltenham Tips Champion Bumper race.
Cheltenham Festival Day Two Tips
Here are the betting tips for Day Two of the Cheltenham Festival 2022.
- Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle (Grade 1) – Sir Gerhard
- RSA Novices’ Chase (Grade 1) – Galopin Des Champs
- Coral Cup (Grade 3) – Camprod
- Queen Mother Champion Chase (Grade 1) – Shishkin
- Glenfarclas Chase (Cross Country) – Tiger Roll
- Fred Winter Juvenile Handicap Hurdle (Grade 3) – Coeur Sublime
- Champion Bumper (Grade 1) – Facile Vega
Check out our horse racing tips for the other day’s races as well.
If you are looking for Cheltenham tipsters on which horses to wager there is no better source of information than the trainers direct. Check what the trainers have to say about their horses running on the second day of the Cheltenham Festival.
- Willie Mullins Cheltenham Best Chances on the Second Day
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- Dan Skelton Cheltenham Best Chances on the Second Day
- Paul Nicholls Cheltenham Best Chances on the Second Day
Day Two Cheltenham 2022 Tickets
With 7 great races to watch and the famous Queen Mother Champion Chase taking place, we advise you to book your Cheltenham Festival Day Two tickets in advance to make sure you secure your place.
The best place to purchase tickets for Day Two is from here.
Cheltenham Favourites for Day 2 Racing
Many punters are looking for the runners and favourites at Cheltenham today and for the whole Festival week. If you are a favourite backer you will want to check out our guide on the percentage of SP favourites to win at Cheltenham Festival.
Here are the Cheltenham Favourites for Wednesday 16th March (2nd Day of the Festival):
- 1:30 – Sir Gerhard
- 2:10 – Galopin Des Champs
- 2:50 – Good Risk At All
- 3:30 – Shishkin
- 4:10 – Tiger Roll
- 4:50 – Brave Seasca
- 5:30 – Facile Vega
The first race at Cheltenham today is 1:30pm and the last race at Cheltenham today is 5:30pm.
Of the Cheltenham Favourites today the main bankers for punters in Acca bets would be Shishkin, Galopin Des Champ and Facile Vega.
Other Cheltenham Festival Days
If you are wanting to find out about the other days racing at Cheltenham between all the races during the four day Festival at Cheltenham check out the others days racing here:
- Cheltenham Festival Day One Racing – Champion Hurdle Day
- Cheltenham Festival Day Three Racing – Stayer Hurdle Day
- Cheltenham Festival Day Four Racing – Cheltenham Gold Cup day
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What time is first race in Cheltenham next Wednesday?
The time of the first race in Cheltenham on Wednesday is 1:30pm.
Each day of the Cheltenham Festival starts at half one.
What Are The Cheltenham Day 2 Predictions?
The main Cheltenham day 2 predictions are:
- Shishkin to win the Champion Chase
- Tiger Roll to win the Cross Country Chase
- Camprond to win the Coral Cup
- Facile Vega to win the Champion Bumper
What is the main race for Cheltenham Day Two?
The main race on Day Two of the Cheltenham Festival is the Queen Mother Champion Chase.
The main event race starts at 3:30pm.
How many races are there on day two of Cheltenham Festival?
There are a total of seven races on day 2 at the Cheltenham festival.
Summary of the Day 2 Racing
The highlight event of Day 2 of the 2022 Cheltenham Festival is the Grade 1 Queen Mother Champion Chase, which is run over two miles and has been won by some legendary horses in the past such as Altoir, Viking Flagship and Sprinter Sacre.
Day 2 is also the official Ladies Day, held at the stunning Cheltenham Racetrack in Gloucestershire, so fashion and style are high and is the quality of the racing.
With the Queen Mother Champion Chase the most prestigious race on Day Two, numerous members of the Royal Family have been known to attend the event, especially as The Queen Mother herself was a massive horse racing fan and the race is named after her.
Day two of the festival is one of our favourites and is certainly one to add to your bucket list.
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