Need to keep up to speed with third day at the festival? Here's your essential guide to all the action on St Patrick's Day at Prestbury Park
When are the big races?
The Grade 1 Ryanair Chase (2.50) and Sun Bets Stayers' Hurdle (3.30) are the highlight races on the seven-race card and both promise to be hugely competitive.
The Willie Mullins-trained Un De Sceaux has already entered the history books this season when adding a third Clarence House Chase to his CV and bids to follow up with a second Ryanair Chase.
The Stayers' Hurdle has an unusually open look to it this year and a number of runners have crept into contention during the course of the season. Sam Spinner would be a hugely popular winner and looks to maintain his unbeaten run this season.
Who are the protagonists?
Un De Sceaux will face six rivals in his bid for a third festival win including the evergreen Cue Card, the consistent Cloudy Dream and the gallant Paul Nicholls runner Frodon.
A field of 17 line up for the Stayers' Hurdle and Sam Spinner looks to have the ground that's seen him win emphatically at Haydock and Ascot. Representing Jedd O'Keeffe, who came back from the brink of bankruptcy and cancer, he will face the likes of Irish Champion Hurdle winner Supasundae and Yanworth.
How do I follow the action?
The first race gets under way at 1.30pm and ITV, where coverage starts at 1pm – will be showing the first five races of the day. The final two races (4.50 and 5.30) will be shown on RUK.
You can also keep up to date with the latest reports and new stories on the Racing Post website and social media sites.