1963 Cheltenham Festival Winners

Winners at the 1963 Cheltenham Festival

1963 National Hunt Meeting at Cheltenham

Race Winner Jockey Odds
Gloucestershire Hurdle (Division I) Honour Bound T W Biddlecombe 3/1
Two Mile Champion Chase Sandy Abbot S Mellor 5/1
National Hunt Chase Time Mr I Balding 8/1
National Hunt Handicap Chase Team Spirit G W Robinson 100/8
Gloucestershire Hurdle (Division II) Buona Notte J Haine 7/2
Broadway Chase Arkle P Taaffe 4/9
Gloucestershire Hurdle (Division III) Deetease C Chapman 9/1
Cotswold Chase Ben Stack P Taaffe 13/8
United Hunts Challenge Cup Baulking Green Mr G Small 5/2
Champion Hurdle Challenge Cup Winning Fair Mr A Lillingston 100/9
Kim Muir Memorial Challenge Cup Centre Circle Mr B Ancil 6/1
Grand Annual Chase Anner Loch D Nicholson 7/1
George Duller Handicap Hurdle Happy Arthur T Brookshaw 4/1
Spa Hurdle Beau Normand W Rees 5/1
Cathcart Challenge Cup Some Alibi G W Robinson 9/4
Gold Cup Mill House G W Robinson 7/2
Foxhunters Challenge Cup Grand Morn II Mr R A Bloomfield 15/2
County Handicap Hurdle Bahrain T Carberry 11/2
Mildmay of Flete Challenge Cup Milo J Gifford 11/2
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