Cheltenham Races and the Paddy Power Gold Cup Day

Paddy Power Gold Cup Day

This day is the highlight of the first half of the Jump racing season, featuring the Paddy Power Gold Cup.

The Paddy Power Gold Cup has been run every year since 1960 and in that time most of the sport’s greatest names have won the race. The 2012 contest proved to be as exciting as ever, with Al Ferof proving victorious, providing seven-time Champion Trainer Paul Nicholls with his first win in the race in the familiar yellow, red and white colours of John Hales.

We’ve been exhibiting at Cheltenham for a few years now. We love the atmosphere here and crowds are always in such good spirits.

“This is a great opportunity to see Jump racing’s superstars and experience the excitement as The Festival draws closer. Even better, it takes place on a Saturday so no need to take a day off to enjoy a visit”

We will once again be showcasing our range of unique tweed clothing at the ‘Home of Jump Racing’ from Friday the 14th to Sunday 16th November.

You can keep warm with a tweed cap, or even treat yourself to a stylish new winter tweed coat. And for those racing fans that like to fly the flag, we will also have our tweed Patriot range on show.

Aside from the Paddy Power Gold Cup, there are six other highly competitive and valuable contests on one of the best Saturday cards of the entire season.

Paddy Power Gold Cup
Saturday 15th November – Cheltenham Racecourse
Gates Open at 10am with the first race at 12.40pm.

Tickets are on sale now. For more information please visit

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