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Cheltenham Day 2 Tips - Ladies Day Overview


Cheltenham Day 2 – Wednesday 16th March 2022

Day 2 of the Cheltenham Festival is ‘Ladies Day’ where, under normal circumstances, racegoers don their finest attire to celebrate this special day’s racing. As usual, the day’s feature race, the Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase over 2 miles, is at 3.05pm.

Below you will find a more detailed look at all seven races on Cheltenham Ladies Day 2 with information on some of the fancied runners along with our early Ladies Day bets including some lively outside Cheltenham Betting Tips.

Cheltenham Festival Day 2 Schedule & Racecards

RaceLadies Day Races – Cheltenham Day 2 Wednesday 16th MarchTypeRacecardsWinner 2021
13.30Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle RaceHurdleRacecardsBob Olinger 6/4 Fav
14.10Festival Novices’ ChaseChaseRacecardsMonkfish 1/4 Fav
14.50Coral Cup ( A Handicap Hurdle Race)HurdleRacecardsHeaven Help Us 33/1
15.30Queen Mother Champion Steeple ChaseChaseRacecardsPut The Kettle On 17/2
16.10Cross Country ChaseChaseRacecardsTiger Roll 9/2
16.50Grand Annual Handicap ChaseChaseRacecardsSky Pirate 14/1
17.30Champion BumperBumperRacecardsSir Gerhard 85/40

Cheltenham Day 2 Tips

Hopefully you’re still in good shape heading into Cheltenham Day 2 where the betting action continues apace, with another seven top-class races to try and solve.

The Queen Mother Champion Chase, a thrilling bare-knuckle ride over two miles that demands both speed and precision in equal measure, is the main event on Ladies Day. Other big betting races on Day 2 include the Ballymore Novices Hurdle, the Coral Cup and the Champion Bumper, which is a always very active betting market attracting a host of big gambles.

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FAQs

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When is Cheltenham Ladies Day?

Ladies Day at the Cheltenham Festival always takes place on the second day of the four-day Festival and always falls on the Wednesday. In 2022, Cheltenham Ladies Day is on Wednesday 16th March 2022.
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What is the featured race for Cheltenham day 2?

The feature race on Day 2 of the Cheltenham Festival is the Queen Mother Champion Chase which is run over the minimum two-miles on the Old Course.
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Who won the Queen Mother Champion Chase in 2021?

The Champion Chase winner in 2021 was Put The Kettle On at odds of 15/2. Trained by Henry de Bromhead and ridden by Aidan Coleman, the seven-year old battled up the Cheltenham hill to beat hot favourite Chacun Pour Soi.