1973 Cheltenham Festival Winners

Winners at the 1973 Cheltenham Festival

1973 National Hunt Meeting at Cheltenham

Race Winner Jockey Odds
Aldsworth Hurdle Willie Wumpkins P Colville 11/1
Two Mile Champion Chase Inkslinger T Carberry 6/1
Totalisator Champion Novices Chase Killiney R Pitman 8/15
National Hunt Handicap Chase The Chisler M Dickinson 6/1
National Hunt Chase Foreman Mr W Shand Kydd 11/2
Gloucestershire Hurdle King Pele D Nicholson 13/2
Arkle Challenge Trophy Chase Denys Adventure G Thorner 8/1
Lloyds Bank Hurdle Moyne Royal D Mould 10/1
Champion Hurdle Challenge Cup Comedy Of Errors W Smith 8/1
Sun Alliance and London Foxhunters Bullock’s Horn Lord Oaksey 5/1
Grand Annual Chase Coolera Prince N Wakley 8/1
Kim Muir Memorial Challenge Cup Hinterland Mr W Foulkes 5/2
George Duller Handicap Hurdle Parthenon D Mould 7/2
Mildmay of Flete Handicap Chase Vulgan Town J Haine 9/2
Daily Express Triumph Hurdle Moonlight Bay J Haine 85/40
Gold Cup The Dikler R Barry 9/1
County Handicap Hurdle Current Romance D Nicholson 20/1
United Hunts Challenge Cup Lord Fortune Mr J Edmunds 5/1
Cathcart Challenge Cup Chase Inkslinger T Carberry 21/20
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