Organisers shall be hoping the rain holds off because the 2023 Cheltenham Festival continues.
It has been a disrupted racing season, with vital chilly spells inflicting issues within the United Kingdom and Ireland.
While an absence of precipitation has brought about programs to run faster than standard, a weekend of welcome rain upfront of the Festival may influence upon the favourites.
For the followers able to pack the Cheltenham stands to the rafters, it may be smart to deliver an umbrella.
Here’s what the forecast appears like:
What is the forecast for the second day of the Cheltenham Festival?
After a sunny begin to Cheltenham on day one, punters can expext some rain on Ladies Day. Temperatures are set to remain at round 7C and lightweight wind, and there’s a excessive probability of rain later this afternoon which may disrupt Wednesday’s late races.
What is the going at Cheltenham?
The newest prediction on Wednesday 15 March has the official going as Soft for 1.30pm.
Ladies Day – Wednesday, March 15
- Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle – 1.30pm
- Brown Advisory Novices’ Steeple Chase – 2.10pm
- Coral Cup Hurdle – 2.50pm
- Queen Mother Champion Chase – 3.30pm
- Cross-Country Steeple Chase – 4.10pm
- Grand Annual Handicap Chase – 4.50pm
- Champion Bumper – 5.30pm