Where To Bet on Paddy Power Chase 2020



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The Paddy Power Chase is an annual Grade 1 National Hunt steeplechase event that is held at the Leopardstown Racecourse in December of every year.

The race, which was first run in 1998, is run over a distance of 3,420 metres on a turf track that also includes 11 fences that must be jumped.

A popular turf track hunt horserace takes place annually in December in the Republic of Ireland.  If you bet on it, do so with financial prudence.There is no upper age limit on the horses in this race - the last winner of the event, Simply Ned, was 11 years old when he won in 2018.

No upper age limit means that there can be multiple winners of the event - Papillon, Moscow Flyer, Big Zeb (3x) and Simply Ned have all won the race multiple times.

Let's take a look at the current betting odds for this event, as well as a few notes for some of the favoured horses:

Source: Bet365
Time Stamp: December 25th, 2019 7:05 pm EST
Odds Subject to Change

No Comment, 9.00
Poker Party, 11.00
Fitzhenry, 11.00
Blazer, 15.00
Spider Web, 15.00
Plan of Attack, 15.00
Agusta Gold, 15.00
Killer Miller, 15.00
Portmore Lough, 15.00
Any Second Now, 17.00
Class Conti, 17.00
Mortal, 17.00

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No Comment is an 8 year-old that is trained by Philip Hobbs and owned by John McManus.

Over the course of his career, No Comment has won 3 of the 9 Hurdle race that he has entered, though he has managed to win none of his chase races.

Poker Party is 7 years-old and has won 3 of the 10 Chase races that he has entered. Poker Party has significantly more experience, having banked earnings of over £155,000 over the course of his career.

Fitzhenry, which is also listed at 11.00 to win, has won 2 of the 13 Chase races that he has entered, and has accumulated nearly £100,000 in total earnings.

There are many horses in that race, so handicapping can be difficult.

Race Details:

Grade: 1
Open To: -
Date: December 27th, 2019
Surface: Turf
Length: 3,420 Metres
Country: Ireland