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Wednesday 16th March, 2022

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Odds correct as of 2021-03-29 09:30 Odds subject to change.

Cheltenham 13:55 Result

Brown Advisory Novices' Chase (Grade 1) (Registered As The Broadway Novices' Chase) (GBB Race)

  • 5yo+, 6 Runners
  • jumps, Turf
  • Winner £73,854, 2nd £27,825, 3rd £13,926, 4th £6,956, 5th £3,491, 6th £1,746, 7th £866, 8th £446
  • Distance 3m 0f 80y
  • Going GOOD TO SOFT (6.5)
  • Off Time 13:55
  • Winning Time 06:11
  • Race Status: WeighedIn
Number
Dist
Runners
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  • Monkfish silk
    1st
    Monkfish
    • Paul Townend
    • W P Mullins
    • 7 years, 11-4
    10 Tips
    1/4 F

    led, not fluent 2nd, not fluent and headed but close up 8th, disputed lead 14th, led 3 out, 3 1/2 lengths ahead and going easily when blundered last, ridden run-in, won going away

    Tipped by:

    • The Scout - Daily Express
    • Robin Goodfellow - Daily Mail
    • Newsboy - Daily Mirror
    • POSTDATA
    • Steve Mason - RP Ratings
    • Steve Boow - SPOTLIGHT
    • The Guardian
    • Jason Heavey - The Star
    • Templegate - The Sun
    • Rob Wright - The Times
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  • Fiddlerontheroof silk
    2nd
    6 ½
    Fiddlerontheroof
    • Robbie Power
    • Colin Tizzard
    • 7 years, 11-4
    Tip button hidden
    40/1

    in touch with leaders, left in third 12th, not fluent 15th, ridden 3 out, went second home turn, 3 1/2 lengths down last, kept on but no match for winner

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  • The Big Breakaway silk
    3rd
    11
    The Big Breakaway
    • Harry Cobden
    • Colin Tizzard
    • 6 years, 11-4
    2 Tips
    2 Naps
    12/1

    close up and disputed lead, led 8th, joined 14th, pecked on landing and headed 3 out, ridden and lost second home turn, weakened approaching last

    Naps:

    • West Country - Racing Post
    • Andrew Mount - Racing and Football Outlook

    Tipped by:

    • TOPSPEED
    • James Stevens - WEST COUNTRY
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  • Dickie Diver silk
    4th
    41
    Dickie Diver
    • Aidan Coleman
    • Nicky Henderson
    • 8 years, 11-4
    1 Tip
    33/1

    raced in last, didn't jump with fluency, pushed along and struggling 15th, lost touch 4 out, left in poor fourth 2 out

    Tipped by:

    • James Burn - LAMBOURN
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  • Eklat De Rire silk
    U
    Eklat De Rire
    • Rachael Blackmore
    • Henry De Bromhead
    • 7 years, 11-4
    1 Tip
    10/1
    U

    tracked leaders, 3 lengths third when pecked on landing and unseated rider 12th

    Tipped by:

    • Garry Owen - Daily Record
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  • Sporting John silk
    FELL
    Sporting John
    • Richard Johnson
    • Philip Hobbs
    • 6 years, 11-4
    1 Tip
    1 Nap
    16/1
    FELL

    towards rear but in touch with leaders, bad mistake and lost ground 11th, niggled along 15th, pushed along and lost touch before 3 out, fell 2 out

    Naps:

    • Marlborough - Daily Telegraph

    Tipped by:

    • Marlborough - Telegraph
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Brown Advisory Novices' Chase Tips

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Wed 13:55 - Brown Adv Novices Chase
Monkfish silk

Monkfish

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Cheltenham Tips

What is the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase?

The Brown Advisory Novices' Chase is a Grade 1 novice chase, which is run over three miles and 80 yards, and is traditionally held on the second day of the Cheltenham Festival, which takes place on a Wednesday in March. The race regularly produces future Cheltenham Gold Cup prospects, and has been backed by its current sponsor, RSA Insurance Group, in its various guises since 1974.       

The history of the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase

The Brown Advisory Novices' Chase began life as the Broadway Novices’ Chase, and was first run in 1946. Although a Grade 1 contest in its own right, the RSA Chase has developed a reputation for producing future Cheltenham Gold Cup winners, and each of Denman (won the RSA in 2007), Bobs Worth (2012) and Lord Windermere (2013) have won both races this century.  

What happened in the 2021 Brown Advisory Novices' Chase?

Red-hot odds-on favourite Monkfish was a comfortable winner of the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase, but the Willie Mullins-trained raider had to deal with some jumping issues during a race that saw him outclass the likes of Fiddlerontheroof and The Big Breakaway, who finished second and third, respectively.

Who is the most iconic winner of the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase?

Several winners of the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase have gone on to win the biggest prize in Jumps racing, the Cheltenham Gold Cup, later in their careers, though none to have achieved the feat are perhaps quite so popular as the great Denman proved to be. Although useful over hurdles, Denman came into his own over fences, and capped off a stunning novice chasing season by winning the RSA Chase by ten lengths, landing a big gamble and finishing the season unbeaten in the process. Denman would continue to progress the following season, winning the race now known as the Ladbrokes Trophy at Newbury and extending his unbeaten run over fences by lowering the colours of the great Kauto Star in the 2008 Cheltenham Gold Cup. Denman would subsequently suffer heart problems, something which marred his 2008-09 season, but he finished a brave second to Kauto Star in the 2009 Gold Cup nonetheless, and roared back to form in the 2009 Ladbrokes Trophy, giving away mountains of weight away to the field in the progress. That would prove to be Denman’s final victory, but he would continue to win the hearts of everyone in racing, finishing second in each of the next two renewals in the Cheltenham Gold Cup, and settling down for one final tussle with his old rival Kauto Star in the closing stages of the 2011 renewal, before the pair were ultimately outmatched by the younger legs of Nicky Henderson’s Long Run. Denman’s final appearance ended on a low note, when pulled-up in the Aintree Bowl the following month, but he bowed out as one of the greats nonetheless. 

Are there any trials for the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase?

When noting down candidates for the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase, there are a host of staying novice chases that are worth keeping an eye on during the season, with the most important of those perhaps being the Feltham Novices’ Chase at Kempton on Boxing Day, the Scilly Isles Novices’ Chase at Sandown, and the Reynoldstown Novices’ Chase at Ascot. Alongside these, it’s also worth keeping an eye on the Berkshire Novices’ Chase (Newbury), the Towton Novices’ Chase (Wetherby), the Timeform Novices’ Handicap Chase (Cheltenham) and the Pendil Novices’ Chase (Kempton). Over in Ireland, it’s worth keeping tabs on the Drinmore Novice Chase at Fairyhouse, the Fort Leney Novice Chase at Leopardstown and the Floglas Novice Chase, which is also at Leopardstown. 

Who is the most successful jockey in the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase?

The most successful jockey in the history of the RSA Chase is Pat Taaffe, who has ridden four winners in the race, courtesy of Coneyburrow (153), Solfen (1953), Grallagh Cnoc (1961), Arkle (1963) and Proud Tarquin (1970). 

Who is the most successful trainer in the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase?

The joint-most successful trainers in the history of the RSA Chase are Fulke Walwyn and Willie Mullins, with four wins apiece. Fulke Walwyn’s four wins came courtesy of Mountain Prince (1948), On View (1951), Glenbeigh (1954) and Mandarin (1957), while Mullins’ four wins came with Florida Pearl (1998), Rule Supreme (2004), Cooldine (2009) and Don Poli (2015). 

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