Where To Bet on Becher Chase

Race Details:

Date: 2024.12.TBA
Grade: Three
Open To: Horses Aged Six and Up
Track: Turf
Length: 5,201 Metres
Location: United Kingdom

The Becher Chase usually takes place in either late November or early December, and is contested at the Aintree Racecourse in Merseyside, England.

The event is a Grade Three National Hunt steeplechase that takes place on a 5,201 metre turf course. It is a handicap race, and there are 21 fenches that need to be jumped.

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2023 Winner

Lucy Turner made history as the first woman to win the Becher Chase, riding Chambard to victory. Chambard, a long shot at +1800, took the lead after the second-to-last of 21 fences.

2nd place: Coko Beach
3rd place: Percussion

About Becher Chase

This is the same course that the Grand Natinoal is run on, and this event serves as a trial for that big race.

Many horses that do well in the Becher Chase go on to be prominent in the Grand National. The two winners of the Becher Chase have gone on to win the Grand National - Amberleigh House and Silver Birch.

The event is currently sponsored by William Hill and usually has a purse of a little over one hundred thousand pounds.

The event is open to horses aged 6 years and up.

Past Winners

The most successful horses in the history of the race - Into the Red, Hello Bud, Walk in the Mill and Vieux Lion Rouge - have won twice.

The most successful jockeys all have two wins in the race, while the most successful trainer, Nigel Twiston-Davies, has trained six horses to victory.

The very first winner of the race (1992) was Kildimo.


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