Style notes from Cheltenham Racecourse

The TROY London team brings you their style guide to some of the most exciting jump racing in the calendar!

Cheltenham racecourse sits in in a bowl just below the escarpment of the Cotswold hills - a natural amphitheatre is created in which the chariot racers (jockeys) and gladiators (horses) do not disappoint.

It’s a notoriously cold racecourse but one with excellent views due to its bowl like shape. Layers are therefore the order of the day – vests, cashmere polo necks, thick tights ensure comfort and longevity for the day. Many wear quintessentially British tweeds with suede boots, topping off the look with a chic trilby and fur accessory for warmth.

Here are some of our favourite looks from Cheltenham in years gone by:

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