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About the Gold Cup
The Cheltenham Gold Cup is one of the highlights of the racing calendar, hugely popular and is always a sell-out. The Cheltenham Festival is four days of jump racing with the Gold Cup on the Last day. This year it is on the 18th March. As the home of Jump racing, Cheltenham racecourse hosts an audience of up to 235,000 people at the Festival. The thrilling atmosphere is second to none as some of the finest race horses, jockeys and trainers battle it out for the top spot in this prestigious event. Not only are their reputations at stake but there is also £4.1 Million in prize money!
This year The Open at Cheltenham Racecourse is on the 13th to the 15th November. Its going to be a fabulous three day event which many racegoers consider to be the first weekend that Jump racing really gets underway – and our chauffeur team are sure to be booked up early for travel to this prestigious sporting event.
So what’s in store this year? Continue reading
With the 18th September looming ever closer the eighth Rugby World Cup is almost upon us. But unfortunately many fans will fail to plan their transport in advance and consequently be faced with delayed and oversubscribed trains, distant car parks, and worse still: potentially missing the most crucial minutes of a match …
Travel Warnings From Officials
Back in July 2009 England beat rival bids from the likes of Italy, Japan, and South Africa to host the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Taking place from 18th September for 6 weeks, Twickenham Stadium in West London will be the final host venue as more than 20 teams attempt to beat the reigning champions, New Zealand.