Cheltenham Festival: How to watch 4.50 National Hunt Chase on TV and live stream03/16/2021
THE greatest show on turf is underway – and it's not over yet on day one.
After a packed first afternoon, featuring wins for Shishkin and Honeysuckle, punters will be hoping for a winner in the lucky last at 4.50pm.
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How to watch 4.50 National Hunt Chase
ITV Racing are showing this year's Festival and are broadcasting the first SIX races of each day.
But the final race – in this case the National Hunt at 4.50pm – isn't being shown on the free-to-air channel.
Racing TV are showing the action, which you can also live stream via Paddy Power's website if you have an account.
You can find Racing TV on Sky channel 426, while subscribers can also stream on their official website.
Alternatively, follow ALL the action live on SunSport's live results blog which will run throughout the Festival.
Day 2 – Wednesday, March 17 (St Patrick’s Day)
- 13:20 Ballymore Novices' Hurdle (ITV 1)
- 13:55 Festival Novices’ Chase (ITV 1)
- 14:30 Coral Cup (ITV 1)
- 15:05 Queen Mother Champion Chase (ITV 1)
- 15:40 Cross Country Chase (ITV 1)
- 16:15 Grand Annual Chase (ITV 1)
- 16.50 Champion Bumper (Racing TV/ Paddy Power)
Day 3 – Thursday, March 18
- 13:20 Golden Miller Novices’ Chase (ITV 1)
- 13:55 Pertemps Final (ITV 1)
- 14:30 Ryanair Chase (ITV 1)
- 15:05 Stayers’ Hurdle (ITV 1)
- 15:40 Festival Plate (ITV 1)
- 16:15 Dawn Run Novices’ Hurdle (ITV 1)
- 16:50 Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir (Racing TV/ Paddy Power)
Day 4 – Friday, March 19
- 13:20 Triumph Hurdle (ITV 1)
- 13:55 County Hurdle (ITV 1)
- 14:30 Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle (ITV 1)
- 15:05 Cheltenham Gold Cup (ITV 1)
- 15:40 Foxhunter Chase (ITV 1)
- 16:15 Mrs Paddy Power Mares' Chase (ITV 1)
- 16:50 Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle (Racing TV/ Paddy Power)
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