Cheltenham 2018: Festival insider fears nightmare weather forecast could cause CHAOS
The four-day festival gets underway on Tuesday next week.
The event is a highlight of the jump racing calendar and sees the cream of racing talent take to the track.
Almost a quarter of a million people are expected to visit the Cheltenham Festival over the four days.
But the weather could play havoc.
The forecast is for a downpour from Wednesday through to Friday.
Tuesday is predicted to be dry, but with rain expected throughout the weekend and Monday, the turf at the course is expected to soften up.
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