Chauffeur driven cars to Cheltenham Festival horse will run from 18th & 19th October 2013 the home of Jump racing race has a wonderful day is in store for you at Cheltenham, Enjoy your day out being chauffeured in one of our luxury chauffeur driven Mercedes S Class, E Class, Mercedes VIANO or Minibuses along with our range of Chauffeur driven Rolls Royce, Bentley and May Bach available for daily hire and executive personal chauffeur transfers, whether your party is one or sixteen we have a vehicle to suit you. Our chauffeurs are very helpful and are there to look after you and ensure that you have a great day out.
The National Hunt Festival is the most prestigious meeting in the National Hunt racing calendar in the UK. Our hospitality packages at Cheltenham provide a variety of dining and entertaining options.
Chauffeur driven cars has a selection of luxury chauffeur vehicles to be driven to the occasion with the added VIP touch by booking a luxury chauffeur vehicle in Go Chauffeurs Rolls Royce and a Bentley range.
Visiting Horse racing, the `Sport of Kings` by chauffeur driven cars has been a popular pastime in Great Britain for centuries. The two most popular forms of racing are flat racing over an unobstructed course, or over fences or hurdles known as National Hunt racing. Horse racing in the United Kingdom is thought to have its roots as far back as the occupation by soldiers of the Roman Empire. Two of the most famous racecourses are Ascot and Cheltenham. Ascot is closely associated with members of the Royal family. The course itself is only six miles from Windsor Castle. Over the course of the year, Ascot stages sixteen flat race meetings over twenty five days, during May and October. Cheltenham racecourse is the home of the famous Gold Cup. The course is located on the outskirts of Cheltenham at the village of Prestbury. The home of Jump racing is often referred to as “the home of National Hunt racing”. In March of each year the course hosts the four day Cheltenham Festival, the highlight of which is the Cheltenham Gold Cup. The racecourse itself has a capacity of 67,500 and lies in a scenic location near the Cotswold Hills. Two racecourses, the Old and the New are set alongside each other although both have different features along their route. Cheltenahm’s historical highlights include the famous horse Arkle which won three consecutive years from 1964 to 1966. The famous Desert Orchid also ran successfully at Cheltenham. Cheltenham can be accessed by the M5 motorway. Birmingham, Coventry and Cardiff and London are all within reasonable commuting distance
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