Project Description

This weekend, the unmissable November Meeting is back at Cheltenham Racecourse. Kicking off on Friday 11th, the meeting will cover three days of thrilling horse racing.

The Home of Jump Racing, Cheltenham Racecourse, is the perfect setting for the November Meeting. This is the perfect day to see the fantastic racecourse in all its glory and enjoy a spectacle of high-class contests of speed and power.

As we prepare for the three-day festival, here is a breakdown of what you can expect on each day.

Friday – Day one

As the Jump season hits full speed, The November Meeting takes centre stage with the biggest jump racing fixture before Christmas. Friday opens the three-day festival in true Cheltenham style, entertaining race goers from all over with exhilarating racing.

The racing highlight is the Grade 2 Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle where this year’s crop of novice’s get to test their mettle over the 2m5f of the Cheltenham track with a view to the championship race at the Festival in March. Plus there is a popular Veterans race, giving racegoers the opportunity to see some well know old-timers at the meeting.

Saturday – Day Two

Saturday’s fixture can’t be missed. The day will feature seven incredible races, including the return of the Paddy Power Gold Cup.

The Grade 3 Paddy Power Gold Cup Handicap Chase is open to horses aged four years or older, run on the Old Course at Cheltenham Racecourse over a distance of 2 miles and 4½ furlongs, with sixteen fences to be jumped. Last year’s winner was the Sue Smith trained Midnight Shadow.

And there will also be plenty of off-track action on Saturday. In fact, there will be performances by the Got 2 Sing choir, Lucky 15’s and The Chip Shop Boys.

Sunday – Day Three

The November Meeting Sunday will be concluded by a day packed with Family Fun and entertainment!

Racegoers will be able to enjoy some thrilling races, with the feature being the Unibet Greatwood Handicap Hurdle. And two Grade 2 contests, the Shloer Chase over 2m and the Sky Bet Supreme Trial Novices’ Hurdle over 2m1/2f.

And younger racegoers will be able to enjoy plenty of tailored entertainment. This will include Paw Patrol’s Chase and Skye, Sam’s Funky Inflatables, Face Painting and Bouncy Castles.

Our work for the November Meeting Cheltenham Racecourse

We are thrilled to work on the racecourse branding and venue signage for the November Meeting at Cheltenham Racecourse again. We had teams out at the venue installing the signage we produced for sponsors and the racecourse.

From the racing side, we are working for six clients over the three days, with Ballymore, Glenfarclas, SSS Alloys & Markel all sponsoring races on the Friday, JCB on the Saturday and Jewson sponsoring on both Saturday and Sunday. We are putting up their signage around the race track and also for the trophy presentations following each race.

The racecourse open up The Village for the November meeting. This is part of what will be one of the largest temporary builds in the country come the Festival in March. We have installed various signage in The Village, including the marquee header branding, a large branded ‘The New One’ bar for Guinness and pictures and window vinyls for the Turf Club marquee. And we installed wayfinding signage for the Family Fun Zone, all sorts of tariffs, till cards, QR code cards and menus cards for the Catering team.

Here are some behind the scenes pictures from our branding work at Cheltenham Racecourse.