66| Michael Lyne (British, 1912-1989)

Cheltenham March Meeting

Oil on canvas, 28" x 36"

8000 - 10000

Signed Provenance: Frost & Reed, The Sporting Gallery and BookshopThe Cheltenham Festival is a National Hunt meeting that takes place every March. The festival's purse money is second only to that of the Grand National. Held over four days, it showcases some of the best British- and Irish-trained jump horses. Highlights include the Cheltenham Gold Cup, Champion Hurdle, Queen Mother Champion Chase, and Stayers' Hurdle. The meet originated in 1860 when it was known as the Grand National Hunt Meeting. It has been held at Cheltenham almost every year since 1904. Cheltenham is known for its atmosphere, in particular the

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