After punters came out on top on Wednesday, we've got everything you need to beat the bookies on the third day of the Festival.
Kempton Park is 16 miles south-west of London. Opened in 1878, it is the home of the King George VI Chase on Boxing Day. A synthetic all-weather track was added in 2006 for year-round racing.
1st Novabridge 6/4F
2nd Quality Art 5/1
Dorback, Frognal (6 Ran)
1st Arabian Heights 5/2
2nd Handsome Stranger 9/4F
None (All 7 Ran)
1st Gone With The Wind 8/11F
2nd Taquka 7/2
Fear Or Favour (5 Ran)
Liberty Jack (30/17)in, Tee It Up Tommo (9/4), Diplomatic (4)out, Alices Dancer (11)in, Tax Reform (16)out
None (All 5 Run)
The Gary Moore-trained Sire De Grugy won the BetVictor Queen Mother Champion Chase at Cheltenham.
Faugheen made no mistake as the red-hot favourite in the Neptune Investment Management Novices' Hurdle at Cheltenham.
Jockey Bryan Cooper suffered a broken leg in a crashing fall at Cheltenham on Wednesday.
O'Faolains Boy, trained by Rebecca Curtis and ridden by Barry Geraghty, won the RSA Chase at the Cheltenham Festival.
Officials at Cheltenham are to water on Wednesday night following the second day of the Cheltenham Festival.
Wayne Hutchinson looks forward to riding Medinas in the World Hurdle and reflects upon a tough day at the office on Tuesday.
Silver Concorde (16/1) won the Weatherbys Champion Bumper, giving Dermot Weld his second Cheltenham Festival winner.
Whisper, trained by Nicky Henderson, defied a big weight to claim the Coral Cup at the Cheltenham Festival.
Hawk High won the Fed Winter Juvenile Handicap Hurdle for trainer Tim Easterby and jockey Brian Hughes.