One of the biggest horse racing events in the UK is finally back, as thousands head to enjoy four days of betting and high fashion at the Cheltenham Festival. 

The Cheltenham Festival sees thousands head to the racecourse as they watch the best horses trainers and jockeys go head to head. 

But, if you weren't able to get tickets to the races and still want to watch all the action, then don't panic. 

As you'll be able to watch all 28 races in the comfort of your very own home. 

When is Cheltenham Festival?

Cheltenham Festival kicks off on Tuesday, March 14 and lasts for four days, ending on Friday, March 17.

Across the four days, there will be celebrations, with the likes of St Patrick's Thursday and Gold Cup Day. 

How to watch Cheltenham Festival

If you want to watch all the drama of the races without leaving your home, you can catch all the action on ITV1. 

ITV's main channel will be showing all the races from 1pm until 4.30pm from Tuesday to Friday. 

You can also watch the festival on Racing TV, it will broadcast all the races and is available via a subscription service on Sky and Virgin TV.