It’s not just the horses who can look forward to a searching examination at Cheltenham this week.
After 40 years on the BBC and 21 on Channel 4, the Festival’s 28 races are showcased on ITV for the first time.
“I’ll feel the pressure – I’m nervous about it now,” admits Ed Chamberlin, lead presenter with racing’s new terrestrial partner.
“The ITV team feel a huge responsibility to do it well and get it right because Channel 4 did the most terrific job.”
Sixteen years with Sky Sports , Chamberlin spent the