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Queen Mother Champion Chase Odds

Find the latest Queen Mother Champion Chase odds, tip and racecard below for the race on Wednesday 16th Marc 2022.

Kempton was the scene of the long awaited return of last season's Arkle winner Shishkin who blew his rivals away in fine fashion to move to being a short priced favourite for the Queen Mother Champion Chase in March. The Willie Mullins trained Energumene is second favourite having won first time out this season whilst Tingle Creek winner Greaneteen is also prominent in the betting. Envoi Allen was pushed out in the betting despite winning at Leopardstown over Christmas.

2022 Champion Chase Odds Comparison

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Shishkin
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Energumene
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Greaneteen
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Allaho
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Envoi Allen
1
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Politologue
1
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Put The Kettle On
1
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Captain Guinness
1
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First Flow
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Hitman
1
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Sceau Royal
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Editeur Du Gite
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Allmankind
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Odds correct as of 2022-01-18 10:09 Odds subject to change.

Queen Mother Champion Chase Tips

We'll have our Champion Chase tips here in the lead up to the big race.

Time

Cheltenham 15:30

Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase (Grade 1) (GBB Race)

  • 5yo+, 22Runners
  • Jumps,Turf , 1m 7f 199y
  • Winner £225,080, 2nd £84,800, 3rd £42,440, 4th £21,200, 5th £10,640, 6th £5,320, 7th £2,640, 8th £1,360

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Course Winner
Distance Winner
Won Last Time Out
Ran Within 30 Days
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#1
B
Jockey
-
Trainer
W P Mullins 26%
Age
8
Weight
11-10
Form
411-21
Pointers
C
#2
B
Jockey
-
Trainer
Dan Skelton 21%
Age
6
Weight
11-10
Form
41-315
Pointers
CD,BF
#3
B
Jockey
-
Trainer
Gordon Elliott 15%
Age
9
Weight
11-10
Form
6-3012
Pointers
D
#4
B
Jockey
-
Trainer
Henry De Bromhead 9%
Age
7
Weight
11-10
Form
F3-U13
Pointers
D
#5
B
Jockey
-
Trainer
W P Mullins 26%
Age
10
Weight
11-10
Form
113-15
Pointers
D,BF
#6
GR
Jockey
-
Trainer
P A Fahy 18%
Age
9
Weight
11-10
Form
6-3911
Pointers
D
#7
B
Jockey
-
Trainer
Gary Moore 29%
Age
8
Weight
11-10
Form
11-U11
Pointers
CD
#8
BR
Jockey
-
Trainer
W P Mullins 26%
Age
8
Weight
11-10
Form
111-11
Pointers
D
#9
B
Jockey
-
Trainer
Henry De Bromhead 9%
Age
8
Weight
11-10
Form
F-P161
Pointers
CD
#10
B
Jockey
-
Trainer
Kim Bailey 7%
Age
10
Weight
11-10
Form
116-61
Pointers
D
#11
B
Jockey
-
Trainer
Venetia Williams 25%
Age
7
Weight
11-10
Form
112-29
Pointers
D
#12
B
Jockey
-
Trainer
Paul Nicholls 17%
Age
8
Weight
11-10
Form
41-412
Pointers
D
#13
B
Jockey
-
Trainer
Gordon Elliott 15%
Age
10
Weight
11-10
Form
/F-24P
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D
#14
B
Jockey
-
Trainer
Paul Nicholls 17%
Age
6
Weight
11-10
Form
F13-22
Pointers
D
#15
B
Jockey
-
Trainer
Henry De Bromhead 9%
Age
9
Weight
11-10
Form
377-15
Pointers
D
#16
BR
Jockey
-
Trainer
Dan Skelton 21%
Age
8
Weight
11-10
Form
12-314
Pointers
CD
#17
GR
Jockey
-
Trainer
Paul Nicholls 17%
Age
11
Weight
11-10
Form
/124-2
Pointers
CD
#18
B
Jockey
-
Trainer
Paul Nicholls 17%
Age
8
Weight
11-10
Form
349-43
Pointers
CD
#19
CH
Jockey
-
Trainer
Gordon Elliott 15%
Age
10
Weight
11-10
Form
-16028
Pointers
CD
#20
B
Jockey
-
Trainer
Alan King 5%
Age
10
Weight
11-10
Form
3-1136
Pointers
CD,BF
#21
B
Jockey
-
Trainer
Nicky Henderson 23%
Age
8
Weight
11-10
Form
1111-1
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CD
#22
B
Jockey
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Trainer
Henry De Bromhead 9%
Age
8
Weight
11-3
Form
314-35
Pointers
CD
Reading the racecard:
• #1 (5) = Horse number with the draw number in brackets.
• % alongside jockey/trainer names = strike rate in last 30 days.
• Key to pointers: C = Course winner, D = Distance winner, CD = Course & Distance winner, BF = Beaten Favourite last time out, WS = Has had wind surgery since last run
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Cheltenham Festival Tips

What is the Queen Mother Champion Chase?

The Queen Mother Champion Chase is the feature event on day two of the Cheltenham Festival, which is traditionally held on a Wednesday in March. A Grade One steeplechase over just shy of two miles (one mile, seven furlongs and 199 yards), the Champion Chase is the main minimum-distance chase in the National Hunt calendar. There have been a host of multiple winners of the race over the years, particularly recently, with Altior, Sprinter Sacre, Master Minded and Moscow Flyer all achieving the feat this century.

The history of the Champion Chase

The Champion Chase was first run in 1959 as the National Hunt Two-Mile Champion Chase, and the inaugural running was won by Quita Que. Several legendary names have won the race over the years, including Flyingbolt in 1966, who is officially the second-greatest National Hunt horse of all-time behind Arkle. Each of Fortria (1960 & 1961), Drinny Double (1967 & 1968), Royal Relief (1972 & 1974), Skymas (1976 & 1977) and Hilly Way (1978 & 1979) won more than one renewal of the race in its first 20 years, though Badsworth Boy became the first and remains the only horse to win three renewals of the race for the Dickinson family, between 1983-1985. Several horses have won more than one renewal since, including Moscow Flyer (2003 & 2005), Master Minded (2008 & 2009), Altior (2018 & 2019) and the great Sprinter Sacre (2013 & 2016), who have all achieved the feat since the turn of the century. The race was given its present title in 1980, in honour of the Queen Mother on her 80th birthday, who was a keen National Hunt fan. The race didn’t have a sponsor until 2007, and is currently backed by Betway.

What happened in the 2021 Champion Chase?

Henry de Bromhead's Put The Kettle On was a shock winner of the 2021 Champion Chase, as the former Arkle winner capitalised on an underperforming Chacun Pour Soi, who disappointed when sent off at odds-on. Dan Skelton's Nube Negra finished second, while the aforementioned Chacun Pour Soi finished third.

Who is the most iconic winner of Champion Chase?

Several legendary chasers could stake a strong claim to this title, though few Champion Chase winners pulled at the heartstrings quite like the Nicky Henderson-trained Sprinter Sacre. Having finished third in the 2011 Supreme Novices’ Hurdle, Sprinter Sacre quickly made the most of the switch to chasing, and finished his novice season with a perfect record of five wins out of five, taking apart the field in the 2012 Arkle Trophy. Sprinter Sacre quickly took control of the two-mile chase division, and his 19-length victory in the 2013 Queen Mother Champion Chase led to many declaring him to be the best horse since the great Arkle. However, the bubble would burst the following season, when Sprinter Sacre was pulled-up due to injury in the Desert Orchid Chase at Kempton, and subsequently diagnosed with an irregular heartbeat. Many assumed that Sprinter Sacre’s best days were behind him, and he struggled to return to his brilliant best when eventually returning from injury in January 2015, suffering defeat on all three of his starts that season, including when pulled-up in the 2015 Champion Chase. However, he bounced back to winning ways on reappearance the following season, striking in the Shloer Chase at Cheltenham, before following up in the Desert Orchid Chase at Kempton a month later. The presence of the previous year’s Arkle winner, Un De Sceaux, in the 2016 Champion Chase meant that Sprinter Sacre was widely expected to be playing for a place at best, but he found plenty of his old spark to take control of the race from two fences out, before holding on in the run in - to ensure that there wasn’t a dry eye in the house. 

Are there any trials for the Champion Chase?

There are several recognised Champion Chase trials throughout the jumps season, with the most important being the Tingle Creek at Sandown in December, and the Clarence House Chase (January) and the Ascot Chase (February), which are both held at Ascot. Other races to keep an eye on include the Haldon Gold Cup (Exeter), the Shloer Chase (Cheltenham), the Desert Orchid Chase (Kempton) and the Game Spirit Chase (Newbury). Over in Ireland, Champion Chase contenders regularly come from the Fortria Chase at Navan, the John Durkan Memorial Punchestown Chase at Punchestown, the Hilly Way Chase at Cork and the Paddy’s Rewards Club Chase at Leopardstown. 

Who is the most successful jockey in the Champion Chase?

The joint-most successful jockeys in the history of the Champion Chase are Pat Taaffe and Barry Geraghty, with five wins apiece. Taaffe’s five Champion Chase wins came on board Fortria (1960 & 1961), Ben Stack (1964), Flyingbolt (1966) and Straight Fort (1970), while Geraghty’s five wins in the Champion Chase came courtesy of Moscow Flyer (2003 & 2005), Big Zeb (2010), Finian’s Rainbow (2012) and Sprinter Sacre (2013).   

Who is the most successful trainer in the Champion Chase?

Paul Nicholls has the finest record in the race in recent times, as he has saddled the winner six times during his illustrious career. Call Equiname (1999) was his first winner in the Grade 1, while Master Minded (2008,2009) and Politologue (2020) are just another brace of notable winners in the Cheltenham Festival contest.

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