Brown Advisory Novices Chase Odds

The second day of the Cheltenham Festival is full of top-class races, many of them in the Grade 1 categories, and one which stands out within the betting market is the Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase. Part of the racing calendar for novice chasers it’s the race which takes place before the feature race of the day, and due to this nature, it attracts a lot of online betting from punters who are looking to place a bet before that race. At Bet UK, all of the Brown Advisory Novices Chase odds are available as part of our complete Cheltenham Betting markets.

About The Brown Advisory Novices Chase

Originally introduced to the Cheltenham Festival calendar in the 1960s, the Brown Advisory Novices Chase has always been a key contest attracting key novice chasers looking to advance their jumping career. Known as the RSA Chase previously, which is recognisable to many punters, it’s a race many jumpers use as preparation for a Gold Cup run later in their career.

Classified as a Grade 1 race and also known as the Broadway Novices Chase, this race is open to horses aged five and over and is run on the old course at Cheltenham, which means horses who like to lead from the front often do well in the race. The race itself is contested over a distance of slightly over three miles and will take in 20 fences, which means two circuits of the course.

Brown Advisory Novices Chase Betting Tips

As part of our Cheltenham Festival offering here at Bet UK, we have Brown Advisory Novices Chase betting tips which will feature some of the key runners in the market, including Gaelic Warrior, Corbetts Cross and Stay Away Fay, all of whom had fantastic performances at the festival last year. We also offer tips for the other races at the Cheltenham Festival, which use data and key racing trends to identify who could potentially win this novice chase.

Brown Advisory Novices Chase Odds

Our selection of betting odds for the Brown Advisory Novice Chase offers some of the best value in the market, which means you’ll have a variety of betting options regardless of your preference for this race. We have the latest prices both in the ante-post and live betting markets, which means whether you choose to place a winning bet, select an each-way chance or looking to place a forecast bet on this Cheltenham Festival race.

In 2024, Grangeclare West and Fact to File sit as the early favourites. However, as both horses are owned by Willie Mullins, you would believe that Mullins wouldn't send both of these horses to the same race. However, as the Brown Advisory Novices Chase is one of the most prestigious chase events, it wouldn't be too much of a surprise.

Brown Advisory Novices Chase Winners

The Brown Advisory Novices Chase is a popular race for favourite backers as over the last ten renewals of the race, five favourites have passed the post first. Several winners have gone on to run in bigger races at the festival, with Might Bite, Don Poli, Bobs Worth and Denman offering just a few glimpses into future Cheltenham Gold Cup runners. One stat which does stand out in terms of winners of this race is the age, and due to seven-year-old horses having the best record, including last years winner The Real Whacker these could be your go-to within the betting markets.

If you’re looking to keep your eyes peeled for runners who have followed this trend, we’ve listed the previous winners below:

  • 2023 - The Real Whacker
  • 2022 - L’Homme Presse
  • 2021 - Monkfish
  • 2020- Champ
  • 2019 - Topofthegame
  • 2018 - Presenting Percy
  • 2017 - Might Bite
  • 2016 - Blacklion
  • 2015 - Don Poli
  • 2014 - O’Faolian’s Boy
  • 2013 - Lord Windermere

Brown Advisory Novices Chase Leading Jockey

When it comes to top jockeys who have landed this race, there are many within modern UK horse racing, including Paul Townend, Ruby Walsh and Barry Geraghty. However, the most successful jockey in this race is Pat Taaffe, who has five wins between 1953 and 1970, one of those being with the famous Arkle.

Looking at the jockey trends for this race, it's the Irish riders who seem to have performed better than their UK counterparts, but we’ve listed the last ten winners.

  • 2023 - Sam Twiston-Davies
  • 2022 - Charlie Deutsch
  • 2021 - Paul Townend
  • 2020 - Barry Geraghty
  • 2019 - Harry Cobden
  • 2018 - Davy Russell
  • 2017 - Nico De Boinville
  • 2016 - Ryan Hatch
  • 2015 - Bryan Cooper
  • 2014 - Barry Geraghty

Brown Advisory Novices Chase Leading Trainer

When it comes to the leading trainers of the Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase, the spoils to go to Ireland. Willie Mullins has five wins in this race, and the most recent for each of them came in 2021. No trainer has managed to land this race on two consecutive occasions since 2004 and 2005, and that feat falls to Paul Nicholls. However, in the latest renewals, there have been many winners from across both the UK and Ireland, which we’ve listed below:

  • 2023 - Patrick Neville
  • 2022 - Venetia Williams
  • 2021 - Willie Mullins
  • 2020 - Nicky Henderson
  • 2019 - Paul Nicholls
  • 2018 - Patrick Kelly
  • 2017- Nicky Henderson
  • 2016 - Nigel Twison-Davies
  • 2015 - Willie Mullins
  • 2014 - Rebecca Curtis

Brown Advisory Novices Chase FAQs

When is the Brown Advisory Novices Chase?

The race will take place on the second day of the festival and is the second race of the day at 14:10 pm.

How Much Do You Win for the Brown Advisory Novice Chase?

The purse on offer for this race is approximately £175,000, split between the winner and other runners.

What is a Novice Chase?

A novice chase is a race for horses who are having their first season over steeplechase fences.

Why is this race called the RSA Chase?

This race is called the RSA chase due to the sponsorship from the RSA insurance group.

Where can I find betting tips for the Brown Advisory Novices Chase?

You can find betting tips for the Brown Advisory Novices Chase at BetUK, simply click the link below to find betting tips for this race.

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