Today (19 March) is the last day of the Cheltenham Festival, and it could be a historic day for a racehorse – Al Boum photo

The Golden Cup is the crowning glory of the four-day festival, at which 12 horses are expected

Although there were no crowds at the races this year, the horses and jockeys have been in tip-top shape for the past four days due to the ongoing restrictions of the coronavirus

When is the race and who is most likely to win? This is all you need to know about the Gold Cup lineup

The final race of the Gold Cup, the Steeple Chase, is scheduled for 3pm today at 5pm (Friday, Nov. March)

This year it is sponsored by the local charity WellChild – an organization committed to helping children with exceptional care and needing care at home

Racing TV will cover all of the day’s races and can be found on channel 426 on Sky and 536 on Virgin Media

The Steeple Chase can also be heard on talkSPORT and BBC Radio 5

French born gelding Al Boum Photo, who was trained in Ireland by Willie Mullins, is set to gallop away with his third Cheltenham Gold Cup win

The eight year old will be the fourth horse to make history to reach this level of success in Cheltenham Cottage Rake, Arkle and Best Mate are also three-time winners

Al Boum Photo won in 2019 and 2020 and this year provided the opportunity for three consecutive Cheltenham titles

Irish jockeys are in the running for the trophy, while Rachael Blackmore and her horse A Plus Tard want to round off a week of show-stopping

She was the first woman in the saddle to contest the Champion Hurdle, one of the championship races

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World News – GB – Cheltenham Gold Cup 2021 – The Odds, As To See Or Listen And Times For Today’s Races