The origin of Cheltenham Festival initiated in the year of 1860, after the national hunt race was first took place at Market Yarborough. It was originally known as the Grand National Hunt Conference and held at numerous places since its organization, at the entry of the 20th century it was typically detained at Warwick Racecourse. In the year of 1904 and 1905 it was theatrical at Cheltenham over a new development recognized at Presetbury Park in 1902, having formerly occupied place at Cheltenham in 1861. From the year of 1906 to 1910 it was over held at Warwick but additional functions and major enhancements were completed at town by Messrs. Pratt and Establishment included a new drain to prevent unsuitable racing ground, tar flooring in the fields and the compound extended to 35 lumbering boxes, evidenced enough to make the National Hunt Committee agree on that 1911 year meeting, which was to return at Preset bury Park, Cheltenham where it continued to the present day. The initial noticeable position to a “Jubilee” is in the Warwick Advertiser of 1907.
Introduction of gold cup
The Stayers Hurdle initially ran at the year of 1912, it is the traditional race of all from the Cheltenham anniversary that is presently a challenge race. The Gold Cup, introduced in the year of 1924, was formerly a backup race for the County Hurdle considered to be the chief event of the first day of the festival, but that quickly changed in the succeeding seasons it developed as a championship race, however for several years it was still cast-off by the coaches as a groundwork race for the Grand National. The Champion Hurdle first implemented in the year of 1927 and the Queen Mother Champion Chase was held at the year of 1959, these both championship races from the time presented different from the Stayers Hurdle and Gold Cup.
In the year of 1987, 21 year old youngster Gee Army tag crowned as the main female jockey to won a race at the festival held on 17 March 1987. She also collected the Kim Muir Challenge Cup. In the year of 2001 the Anniversary was negated due to a major outbreak of rare disease in Britain. The assembly had originally been deferred to month of April, but after confirming the stages of disease locally, setting the track within prohibiting zone, all racing schedules had to be baptized off. Similarly in 2008, the second day of the jubilee was annulled due to heavy storms. The races planned for that day were run on the next day and last days of the festival. But this festival is perhaps considered to be the world’s most crowded occasion, people departs from different continents.