Where To Bet on Betfair Chase - Odds, Event Info, History and Winners

Race Details:

Date: 2024.11.TBA
Grade: 1
Open To: Horses five years and older
Track: Turf
Length: 5,143 Metres
Location: Haydock Park, Merseyside, England

The Betfair Chase is one of the premier Grade 1 National Hunt steeplechases in the UK horse racing calendar.

Betting odds and event information for Betfair Chase horse race.2023 Winner:

Royale Pagaille, priced at 5-1, clinched victory in the Betfair Chase at Haydock. Ridden by Charlie Deutsch and trained by Venetia Williams, the horse outperformed Bravemansgame, the runner-up from the Cheltenham Gold Cup. Meanwhile, Shishkin, the odds-on favorite, did not start the race.


First run in 2005, the Betfair Chase takes place annually in late November at Haydock Park in Merseyside, England. The very first winner of the Betfair Chase was Kingscliff,

The race covers a distance of about 3 miles and 1 furlong (3m 1f 125y) and features 19 fences. The track is a left-handed turf track.

Open to horses aged five years or older.

It is considered one of the first major chases of the National Hunt season and serves as a significant indicator for horses aiming at other major chases later in the season, including the King George VI Chase and the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

Some of the most famous horses in jump racing history have won the Betfair Chase. Kauto Star, trained by Paul Nicholls and ridden by Ruby Walsh, won the race an impressive four times (in 2006, 2007, 2009, and 2011).

The Betfair Chase often serves as a season-opener for top-class chasers and offers a clue into the form and potential of horses that might be competing in major races later in the season.

Like many other races in the National Hunt calendar, the Betfair Chase is celebrated not only for its sporting significance but also for the broader festive and social experience it offers to spectators.


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