Cheltenham Festival Day Three Results

Your one-stop shop for all the results across day 3 of the Cheltenham Festival
11:05, 18 Mar 2021

Check out day four results here.

Day three of the Cheltenham Festival has arrived and after the thrills and epic performances we have seen over the opening two days, hopefully we have more to come today! This is the only place you will need to be to get up-to-the-minute results as they happen.

1.20 Marsh Novices' Chase


1st: Chantry House (9/1)

2nd: Fusil Raffles (14/1)

3rd: Asterion Forlonge (14/1)

4th: Chatham Street Lad (14/1)

The unbeaten Envoi Allen, ridden by Jack Kennedy, was the heavy favourite ahead of the Marsh Novice's Chase but disaster struck when he fell with 11 hurdles to go. Chantry House, instead, earned Nicky Henderson his 70th win at Cheltenham Festival, after seeing off Fusil Raffles in a dramatic contest to kick off day 3. Asterion Forlonge and Chatham Street Lad, both 14/1, finished third and fourth, respectively. Read the full race report here.

13.55 Pertemps Network Final Handicap Hurdle


1st: Mrs Milner (14/1)

2nd:  The Bosses Oscar (10/3 favourite)

3rd: Come On Teddy (10/1)

4th: Milliner (7/1)

5th: Champagne Platinum (17/2)

6th: Ask Dillon (28/1)

Mrs Milner ran the perfect race along with 23 other runners made this one look simple as she charged to victory, with the favourite The Bosses Oscar finishing well in second. Come On Teddy held on to third from Rachael Blackmore on Milliner, with Champagne Platinum and Ask Dillon making up the places.

14:30 Ryanair Chase

1st: Allaho (3/1)

2nd: Fakir D'oudairies (11/2)

3rd: Tornado Flyer (25/1)

4th: Kalashnikov (25/1)

5th: Fanion D'Estruval (66/1)

Allaho put in an incredible performance to runs his rivals ragged and capture the Grade One Ryanair Chase for Willie Mullins, continuing a golden week for Rachael Blackmore. Fakir D'oudairies finished second, with 25/1 shot Tornado Flyer finishing in third. Read the full race report here.

15:05 Stayers’ Hurdle 

1st: Flooring Porter (12/1)

2nd: Sire Du Berlais (5/1)

3rd: Paisley Park (9/4 favourite)

Flooring Porter won the Paddy Power Stayers' Hurdle, the feature race on the third day of the Cheltenham Festival. The Gavin Cromwell trained horse, ridden by Danny Mullins, produced a bold front-running display to secure the win, Sire Du Berlais was second, while 2019 winner Paisley Park made late ground into third. 

15:40 Paddy Power Plate Handicap Chase

1st: The Shunter (9/4)

2nd: Farclas (5/1)

3rd: Top Notch (50/1)

4th: Coole Cody (22/1)

5th: Assemble (18/1)

6th: Huntsman Son (40/1)

20-year-old jockey Jordan Gainford rides to perfection in a slow race the favourite came through the field to take the win. He streaked away in the final few furlongs ahead of Farclas, while the outsider Top Notch did well to finish third.

16:15: Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle


1st: Tellmesomethinggirl (11/2)

2nd: Magic Days (20/1)

3rd: Mighty Blue (11/1)

4th: Skyace (28/1)

5th: The Glancing Queen (17/2)

Rachael Blackmore has been the standout jockey of the week and she has only gone and done it again. Picking off the field perfectly from the back, she spotted the gap and went for it on board the brilliant Telmesomethinggirl. Stablemate Magic Days follows her home in second.

16:50 Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup Handicap Chase


1st: Mount Ida (3/1 favourite)

2nd: Cloudy Glen (33/1)

3rd: Shantou Flyer (11/2)

4th: Hold The Note (9/1)

5th: Storm Control (16/1)

6th: Go Another One (16/1)

From way adrift at the back of the pack the favourite Mount Ida works her way back up through the field and then strikes with two furlongs to go. She jumped poorly the entire way around but somehow found enough in the tank to win!

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