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Brown Advisory Novices' Chase Betting PreviewThe Brown Advisory Novices' Chase is an ideal race for looking at potential future Cheltenham Festival champions, particularly as many winners of this contest have gone on to win the Cheltenham Festival's highlight - the Gold Cup. It's a Grade 1 chase covering three miles and about half a furlong, for horses aged five years and upwards. With a distance of three miles and half a furlong, horses need the same level of stamina to win this race that they do a Gold Cup.
With so many talented horses expected to run this race, solving the 2021 Brown Advisory Novices' Chase betting enigma can be a real puzzle.
Who will win the Brown Advisory Chase 2021?
We'll take a closer look at this year's Brown Advisory Novices' Chase and try to determine which horse is likely to prevail in this year's renewal.
Following a routine victory over three future winners on debut, Willie Mullins' MONKFISH has won two Grade One prizes at Leopardstown, beating Latest Exhibition by three length in the Neville Hotels, and an emphatic 11-lengths in the Flogas Novices’ Chase.
ROYAL PAGAILLE is his season's most improved novice chaser. He has looked a monster in his three successes for trainer Venetia Williams and was promoted to joint-favouritism after carrying the welter burden of 11st 10lb to an easy, 16-length victory in the Peter Marsh Chase at Haydock in late January. He is rated between 13lb and 41lb superior to his rivals, which suggests he could run well below his best and still win if his connections opt for this instead of going for glory in the Gold Cup. Royal Pagaille is a strong traveller with a turn of foot, and this marathon trip should suit him. He also has options of both the RSA and the Gold Cup.
ESCARIA TEN earned a lot from his first taste of Cheltenham when he ended up 15th of 23rd in Martin Pipe in March last year. He was better than the bare result at Naas behind the rapidly improving and unexposed Eklat De Rire. He could be a contender in this field with improvement for this trip highly likely.
NEXT DESTINATION has won both his novice chase’s for his new trainer Paul Nicholls. He has also serious back form with his former trainer Willie Mullins including when 3rd to Samcro in the Ballymore and winning the 3m grade 1 novice hurdle at the Punchestown Festival. He has stamina in abundance, so this trip should be within his range.
LATEST EXHIBITION has challenged Monkfish three times in the last year, and been beaten on all three occasions
THE BIG BREAKAWAY has already won at Cheltenham this season (the mallardjewellers.com Novices’ Chase by 10 lengths), back at the November meeting but he has let Colin Tizzard down on his last two outings.
Philip Hobbs' charge SPORTING JOHN was beaten 33-length behind Fiddlerontheroof when they met at Exeter earlier in the season but then caused an upset when powering home from the rear to win the Scilly Isles’ Novices’ Chase on heavy ground at Sandown.
Henry De Bromhead EKLAT DE RIRE is jumping brilliantly this season. He is unbeaten in two chase starts this season and with both having come over three miles in heavy ground, His trainer sent him straight out over 26-furlongs this season, having run just twice over hurdles, so this horse clearly has stamina in abundance.
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Brown Advisory Novices' Chase Trends
- Only 4 of the last 12 winners were favourites
- 8 of the last 12 winners were in the top 3 in the betting
- 9 of the last 15 winners won last time out
- 7-year-olds have won 11 of the last 14 renewals (16 of last 21)
- 11 of the last 14 winners had raced at the Festival the previous year
- Just 2 of the last 21 winners had run less than 3 times over fences
- Mares are currently 0-from-11 in the race
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2021 Brown Advisory Novices' Chase FAQs
What time is the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase?
The Brown Advisory Novices' Chase is the second race run on Day 2 of the Cheltenham Festival. That falls on Wednesday March 17, 2021 and the official starting time is 2:10pm.
How many obstacles are jumped in the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase?
There are 19 obstacles to jump for the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase runners
What is the distance of the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase?
The Brown Advisory Novices' Chase is run on a distance of 3 miles and 89 yards
What is the prize money for the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase?
The total prize money on offer for the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase at the 2021 Cheltenham Festival will be £175,000.
Who won the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase last year?
Last year's renewal (stilll named RSA Chase) was won by Champ at SP of 4/1, trained by Nicky Henderson and ridden by Barry Geraghty.
What weights are carried for the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase?
11 st 2 lb for five-year-olds. 11 st 4 lb for six-year-olds and up, with a 7 lb allowance for fillies and mares.
Who is the leading jockey in the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase?
Davy Russell is the hot jockey in this race with three wins over the last 10 years. Bryan Cooper and Tom Scudamore have both won the race twice in the last decade.
Who is the leading trainer in the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase?
Nicky Henderson has won this race four times and leads the way among those still operating. David Pipe has won it three times since 2010.