The focus of the Cheltenham festival is mostly always about the racing but fashion does come to the fore especially on Ladies day. Day three, however, is, of course, St Patrick’s Day at Cheltenham and provides racegoers with a unique atmosphere in comparison to other race days. With Irish music playing around the racecourse it is all about entertainment and fun for those in attendance. On the racing side of things day three looks to be the most difficult for punters with many of the races having a more open looking to things in comparison to day one for example. The key race on day three is the Stayers hurdle with the latest Cheltenham betting making the vastly improved 6-year-old Sam Spinner the current 9/2 market leader. He has continued to climb the ranks from handicaps to graded hurdles which culminated in a dominant display in the Grade 1 Long Walk Hurdle and he is likely to go close come race day. Check out the infographic below to see tips on fashion and what you need to be wearing when heading to the festival.