Queen Mother Champion Chase

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The Queen Mother Champion Chase is one of the feature races of the Cheltenham Festival, and we have the latest news and betting previews.

Politologue jumps to victory at Cheltenham
DateWednesday, March 17, 2021
Start Time15:30 (GMT+0)
Where to WatchCheltenham live stream at MansionBet
Current FavouriteChacun Pour Soi
Horses’ Age5+ Years.
Cheltenham Festival Day 2: Queen Mother Champion Chase

This Queen Mother Champion Chase is held in Great Britain every year in the month of March. It is a Grade 1 National steeplechase on the second day of the Cheltenham Festival at Cheltenham Racecourse in Gloucestershire.

The chase is for horses a minimum of five years or older. Horses gallop over a radius stretching to about 2 miles and as a prerequisite have to leap over 13 fences during this chase. It is a high-calibre race and a distinguished minimum distance chase, conferred by the National Hunt chart.

Queen Mother Champion Chase: Betting Odds

HorseLatest Odds*
Chacun Pour Soi9/4
Put The Kettle On15/2
*All odds correct at time of writing.

Queen Mother Champion Chase: Recent Winners

2020PolitologueHarry SkeltonPaul Nicholls
2019AltiorNico de BoinvilleNicky Henderson
2018AltiorNico de BoinvilleNicky Henderson
2017Special TiaraNoel FehilyHenry de Bromhead
2016Sprinter SacreNico de BoinvilleNicky Henderson
Source: Wikipedia

Queen Mother Champion Chase: Tips, Predictions, and Previews

It was supposed to be the supreme race of the 2020 Cheltenham Festival, but the fancied pair Altior and Chacun Pour Soi succumbed to injuries, much to the disappointment of thousands of racing fans. And startlingly, the reputable Defi Du Seuil finished in fourth-place leaving punters everywhere speechless.

The consequent victor was Politologue, but the aforementioned three remain at the pinnacle of the betting for this one. Altior, now a majestic 11-years-old, is one many will be backing to be victorious in 2021’s installment of the race. The spot for top-dog remains open for now, but the betting odds for the coming year do not shed much light on who will win, or who the out-and-out favourite is.

According to the odds, Chacun Pour Soi, at eight-years-old, has a 17% chance of reigning supreme next year. Altior, having triumphed fivefold at only ten-years-old, has an 11% chance of dominating the track, while 7-year-old Defi Du Seuil has acquired six wins and has a 9% chance of acquiring another. This year’s conquering hero, 9-year-old Politologue enters in with a 7% prospect of vanquishing his rivals once again.

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