Day 2 of the 2019 Cheltenham Festival is on the 14th March, with the feature race being the Grade 1 Queen Mother Champion Chase, which is run over two miles and has been won for the past two years by the Nicky Henderson-trained Altior.
The card is stacked with other top drawer contests, though, with four Grade 1 races in total - including the RSA Chase and the Ballymore Novices' Hurdle.
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A Grade 1 novice chase for staying chasers, run over three miles, which regularly throws up a future Cheltenham Gold Cup contender. The last horse to win both races was the Jim Culloty-trained Lord Windermere, who won the RSA in 2013 before following up in the Gold Cup a year later.
A unique race in the line-up in that no fences are jumped. The Champion Bumper is the pinnacle of the bumper division, which consists of races which are designed to give horses who don't have a career on the Flat experience of racing under Rules. Recent winners include Cue Card (2010), Ballyandy (2016) and Envoi Allen (2019).