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Honours go to Gordon Elliott, Ruby Walsh & Gigginstown House Stud.
Total attendance of 260,060.
The Gordon Elliott-trained 12/1 chance Champagne Classic, owned by Gigginstown House Stud, was a ready winner of the Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle, the sixth race on day four, Gold Cup day, of the 2017 Cheltenham Festival.
Further reaction from trainer Jessica Harrington & jockey Robbie Power.
Bryony Frost's win in the St James's Place Foxhunter Challenge Cup means that all three races for amateur riders run at The Festival 2017 have gone to female jockeys for the first time.
Sizing John's 7/1 victory in The Festival's showpiece race, the Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup, was a first in the championship contest for trainer Jessica Harrington, jockey Robert Power and owners Ann and Alan Potts.
Willie Mullins scored a sixth winner of The Festival 2017, going to the top of the trainers' table at the meeting, when Penhill beat Monalee by three and a half lengths at odds of 16/1. It was his first Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle triumph.
Paul Townend produced the Willie Mullins-trained Arctic Fire (20/1) to perfection to claim the spoils in the Randox Health County Hurdle, the second race on day four, Gold Cup day, of the 2017 Cheltenham Festival.
Defi Du Seuil justified his position as the long-time leader in the JCB Triumph Hurdle market by winning by a comfortable five lengths. He started the well-backed 5/2 favourite.