Cheltenham Festival Preview Dinner at The Wild Rabbit

The Cheltenham Festival is one of the most important dates in the racing calendar and a highlight of the National Hunt season at The Wild Rabbit.

For the second year running we will be celebrating the Festival by hosting a very special preview dinner with well-known faces from the local world of racing on Monday 2nd March.

Guests will be seated in our dining room at 7pm, with each table hosted by trainers, jockeys, breeders and owners to discuss the hotly anticipated week ahead and racing tips. Our experts include trainer and Telegraph racing columnist Charlie Brooks, trainers Tom Lacey, Nicky Henderson, Ben Pauling, JonJo O’Neill, Kim Bailey, Martin Keighley and Graeme McPherson, and former jockey Colin Brown.

Our Head Chef Nathan Eades has carefully curated a seasonal menu for guests to enjoy during the evening’s festivities detailed below.

The Wild Rabbit chef’s snacks

The Wild Rabbit homemade bread, salted Daylesford butter

Cured Loch Duart salmon, heritage beetroot, English wasabi, bittercress
(vegetarian – Daylesford market garden salad, creamed curds, pickled walnut dressing, croutons)

Braised Wootton Estate ox cheek, potato fondant, market garden celeriac, buttered savoy cabbage
(vegetarian – Daylesford market garden mushroom risotto, Sheep Rustler cheese, salt baked celeriac, parsley)

72% dark chocolate delice with passion fruit sorbet

This is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy the build up to the week ahead alongside delicious food and a celebratory evening.

The evening costs £65 per head plus drinks and we recommend that you book early to avoid disappointment. Should you have any dietary requirements, please make the team aware at the time of booking.

For more details, reservations and enquiries for our private dining room during the Festival please contact the team on 01608 658389 or email events@thewildrabbit.co.uk.

For availability of our rooms and cottages during Cheltenham race week, please contact the team on theteam@thewildrabbit.co.uk.

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