THE Nationwide Hunt Chase takes place on day one of many Cheltenham Pageant and we have got all the most recent information, views and prime suggestions forward of the race.
To get you within the temper for the race at Prestbury Park – here is a run-down of the renewal.
When is the Nationwide Hunt Chase, what TV channel is it on, what is the distance and which kind of horses can enter?
The 2018 Nationwide Hunt Chase will happen on Tuesday, March 13 at 16:50 (four:50pm) and shall be dwell on ITV.
Now in its 158th yr, the race is the oldest of the competition.
It is a Grade 2 Nationwide Hunt chase, run over 4 miles, for novice chasers aged 5 and older.
Earlier Nationwide Hunt Chase Winners
- 2017 Tiger Roll
- 2016 Minella Rocco
- 2014 Midnight Prayer
- 2013 Again in Focus
- 2012 Teaforthree
- 2011 Chicago Gray
- 2010 Poker De Sivola
- 2009 Difficult Trickster
- 2008 Previous Benny
- 2007 Butler´s Cabin
- 2006 Sizzling Weld
- 2005 One other Rum
- 2004 Native Emperor
What are the most recent odds?
Click on right here for the most recent betting with Solar Bets.
Presenting Percy, a Cheltenham Pageant winner final yr, is the Eight-1 favorite.
Who gained the Nationwide Hunt Chase final yr?
The race was gained by 16-1 shot Tiger Roll ridden my Lisa O’Neill and educated by Gordon Elliott.
Huge outsider Missed Strategy (50-1) was second with Haymount (33-1) in third.
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Which jockeys, horses and trainers have won the National Hunt Chase the most?
No horse has won the race more than once.
Ten jockeys have won the race on two occasions. In most recent times JT McNamara was the biggest name having picked up first place with Rith Dubh (2002) and Teaforthree (2012).
The leading trainer is Jonjo O’Neill who has won the race six times (since 1946).
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What are the top tips for the race?
That’s a very good question. Our list of top tipsters will appear below when they’re available.