Graham Cunningham is concentrating on the best races of the week in the last of his five "20 Festival Questions" features.
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Captain Chris has been ruled out of the Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup by trainer Philip Hobbs.
Sire De Grugy heads a field of 11 declared for the BetVictor Queen Mother Champion Chase at Cheltenham on Wednesday.
You can put your last Cheltenham questions to star Channel 4 and Racing UK analyst Graham Cunningham - he's live now.
Just nine horses have been declared for the Racing Post Arkle Challenge Trophy at Cheltenham.
Foxrock and Shutthefrontdoor are among 15 declared for the Terry Biddlecombe National Hunt Chase at Cheltenham.
Simon Holt previews the action on day one of the Cheltenham Festival and expects to see a new Champion Hurdler crowned.
Nicky Henderson's Ericht heads a maximum field of 20 for the Rewards4Racing Novices' Handicap Chase at Cheltenham.
Irving will face seventeen rivals in the Sky Bet Supreme Novices' Hurdle, the opening race of the Cheltenham Festival.
Tony McCoy will partner Alfie Sherrin in his bid to land the Baylis & Harding Affordable Luxury Handicap Chase for the second time.