National Hunt Steeple Chase Odds
Bet365 bookmakers are offering new customers a sign-up deal of Bet £10 & Get £30 In Free Bets, which can be used when betting on the National Hunt Chase
- bet365 usually offer Best Odds Guaranteed once the final declarations are in for the Cheltenham Festival races
- bet365 can often restrict winning punters, so you may struggle to get a decent bet on the National Hunt Chase
William Hill have have a new sign-up offer of Bet £10 Get £30 In Free Bets, which can be used on the National Hunt Chase.
- William Hill are offering price boosts throughout the Cheltenham Festival
- William Hill are usually Best Odds Guaranteed on the day of the race after 10am
Boylesports are offering new customers a sign-up deal of Bet £10 Get £20 + £10 Casino Bonus, which can be used when placing a bet on the National Hunt Chase.
- Boylesports are offering competitive prices on the National Hunt Chase at the Cheltenham Festival
- Boylesports can restrict winning punters
How To Bet On the National Hunt Chase
Here at HorseRacing.net we give you all the information on how to place at bet on the National Hunt Chase
When is the National Hunt Chase?
The race takes place at 17:30 on Tuesday 14th March 2023.
Where can I watch the National Hunt Chase?
Watch the race live on Racing TV whooffer options to stream the race via their streaming services.
Alternatively most bookmakers offer a free live horse racing stream allowing you to watch the race after you've placed a bet or hold a funded account.
Are there any trials for the National Hunt Chase?
Contenders for the National Hunt Chase can come from many different places, though there are several listed and graded novice contests worth keeping an eye on throughout the season, including the John Francombe Novices’ Chase at Newbury, the Patrick Coyne Memorial Novices’ Chase at Haydock, the Hampton Novices’ Chase at Warwick and the Flogas Novice Chase at Leopardstown.
Who is the most successful jockey in the National Hunt Chase?
Jamie Codd and Patrick Mullins are the most successful jockeys having won the event three times with Codd bagging wins on board Cause Of Causes (2015), Le Breuil (2019), and Ravenhill (2020), while Mullins partnered Back In Focus (2013), Rathvinden (2018) and Stattler (2022) to glory.
Who is the most successful trainer in the National Hunt Chase?
The most successful trainer in the history of the National Hunt Chase in Jonjo O’Neill, who has won the race six times. Jonjo O’Neill’s wins in the race came courtesy of Front Line (1995), Rith Dubh (2002), Sudden Shock (2003), Native Emperor (2004), Butler’s Cabin (2007) and Minella Rocco (2016).
Who is the most iconic winner of National Hunt Chase?
The National Hunt Chase has proven to be a good breeding ground for staying chasers, and several winners of the race have gone on to make their mark in the Grand National - though none more so than the 2017 winner, Tiger Roll. The 2014 Triumph Hurdle winner had proven a talented but quirky individual up to this point, losing his enthusiasm for the game to the point that he was even tried on the Flat at Dundalk by his trainer in March 2016 (rather than head to the Cheltenham Festival!), but he has really come into his own since switching to fences, and his 2017 National Hunt Chase felt like his coming of age moment. It hardly needs documenting what Tiger Roll has achieved since, winning back-to-back renewals of the Cross Country Chase at the Festival in 2018 and 2019 and becoming the first horse since Red Rum to successfully defend his Grand National crown at Aintree in April 2019.