Champion Chase Odds - 2020
The Champion Chase is set to be the most bet on race on Day 2 of Cheltenham Festival. It's run over 1m 7f 99y with the winner walking away with £400,000 in prize money.
Champion Chase Betting Odds
Check out the best odds that British Bookmakers offer for the favourites to win the Champion Chase in 2020 below. Tap ALL ODDS to see odds from more bookmakers.
NB: Champion Chase odds correct at the time this Cheltenham betting guide went live and are subject to change. Last updated: 06:11 on 13/03/2019.
Altior to Win: 5/1
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Expires 15:30 on 13/03/2019. New customers only. £10 minimum deposit using promo code "BOOST" required. Qualifying bet must be placed at the normal odds Min bet £5, max bet £5. Extra winnings paid in FREE BETS and added within 72 hrs of qualifying bet settlement. Further T&C’s apply, see 888sport website for full details.
Altior to Win: 36/1
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Expires 15:30 on 13/03/2019. New Customers can get Altior at an enhanced 36/1 to win Champion Hurdle. Max Stake £1. Winnings paid in free bets, valid for 7 days, only deposits with cards/Paypal count. Exchange and multiple bets excluded. T&C’s Apply. 18+|Gamble Aware.
Moneyback If Altior Wins
Bet on the Champion Chase on Day 2 of Cheltenham at PaddyPower and you'll get your stake back as a free bet if you lose and Altior wins! 18+ T&C’s Apply.
Expires 15:30 on 13/03/2019. Place a bet of up to €/£10 on the 15:30 Cheltenham, this Wednesday 13th of March and get your stake back as a free bet if Altior wins. Applies to the win market and win part of each way bets only.
Champion Chase Betting Guide
Day 2 promises one of the most thrilling races of the 2020 Cheltenham Festival, with the Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase set to be the highlight of the day’s races.
Nicky Henderson is back with ‘Altior’, who is seeking a 2nd win in a row, and with Willie Mullins bringing a raft of strong contenders to the starting line, this is set to be one of the most exhilarating races of the 4 days of Cheltenham Festival.
When comparing bookmakers Champion Chase odds, ‘Altior’, the Irish 9 year old who is unbeaten in 17 runs, is the favourite to win the cream of the £400,000 prize fund.
In fact, ‘Altior’ has already had great success at the Cheltenham Festival, winning the Supreme Novice Hurdle, the Arkle Chase and the Queen Mother Champion Chase in 3 consecutive seasons, and big things are expected from him in this outing.
Of course, that means that the odds bookmakers offer are expected to be pretty short, so make sure you take advantage of some of the Cheltenham betting offers that are up for grabs.
As we’ve come to expect, Willie Mullins brings a number of his top contenders to challenge for the Champion Chase title at this years Cheltenham Festival.
‘Min’ the 8 year old Bay Gelding who came 2nd in last years race, is the main contender, and comes into this race having won his last 2 outings at Leopardstown and Punchestown.
‘Min’ also looks to be in great form, and a win against ‘Altior’ would be the ultimate prize!
Willie Mullins ‘Footpad’, a 7 year old Bay Gelding who won 5 straight races last season before having an upset in the last 2 outings, and also billed as a top contender.
He looks strong but has a lot to prove after upsets in his last 2 outings. ‘Un De Sceaux’ has won 17 of his 24 races to date, and there are high expectations that the 11 year old Bay Gelding trained by Willie Mullins still has it in him to make an impact in this key race.
Alan King’s ‘Sceau Royal’ is the top English challenger, and bookmakers believe that he's in great form when you look at the Champion Chase odds they offer on him.
The 7 year old Bay Gelding has a good track record, and even though he missed the end of last season, he has had a good start to this season, and should challenge bookmakers favourites.
The last runners that online bookmakers offer as the main contenders for the Champion Chase are ‘Petit Mouchoir’ an 8 year old French Gelding trained by Henry De Bromhead, and ‘Fox Norton’, Harry Whittington’s impressive 9 year old Bay Gelding.
Cheltenham Day 2 Races
The main race of the day is the Champion Chase, but there are also 6 other races being run on Wednesday the 13th of March. The full line up for Day 2 of the 2020 Cheltenham Festival is:
- 13:30 - Ballymore Novices Hurdle - [2m 5f]
- 14:10 - Novices' Steeple Chase - [3m 80y]
- 14:50 - Coral Cup Hurdle - [2m 5f]
- 15:30 - Champion Chase - [1m 7f 99y]
- 16:10 - Cross Country Chase - [3m 6f 37y]
- 16:50 - Juvenile Handicap Hurdle - [2m 87y]
- 17:30 - Champion Bumper - [2m 87y]
Cheltenham Festival 2020
The Cheltenham Festival is, without a doubt, the biggest racing meet of the year, and with unrivalled betting opportunities and some of the best horses in the world set to take part, it’s not surprising that British Bookmakers are fighting for punters attention.
We recommend checking out our Cheltenham Festival 2020 betting guide which previews all of the best races to bet on each day including which bookmakers offer the best odds.
2019 - Champion Chase