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Mares' Chase Odds

The Liberthine Mares' Chase is a very new festival race, having only been run twice before. As a Grade 2 race, it attracts a lot of attention, especially given its position as the penultimate race of the festival, coming just before the Martin Pipe Hurdle. It’s the final graded race at Cheltenham, and its lack of history means that the result is unpredictable, which is sure to attract the interest of a wide variety of punters. You can find Mares’ Chase odds and betting markets here at BetUK.

About The Mares' Chase

The Mares’ Chase has very little in terms of history, but it has been a popular race at both of its previous runs in 2021 and 2022. This is undoubtedly down to its position on the race schedule, being the penultimate event on the final day, and being the last graded race at the Cheltenham Festival. Willie Mullins has a 100% record so far, and it will be interesting to see if another trainer steps up to put their name in the history books.

The Mares’ Chase takes place on the New Course, and is run over a distance of 2 miles and 4.5 furlongs. There are 17 fences to be jumped by the horses as they make their way around the track. The race is open to mares that are aged five or older, and it is a Grade 2 event.

Liberthine Mares' Chase Betting Tips

At BetUK, we have a diverse Cheltenham Festival offering, with tips and previews for each of the 28 races. This means that you can find our Mares' Chase betting tips that are compiled based on key trends, horse racing form, insight, and analysis. If you’re looking for guidance on which horses may win or place in this race, take a look at our tips.

Cheltenham Mares' Chase Odds 2023

You can find the latest Mares’ Chase odds in our sportsbook, where there are plenty of options when it comes to wagering. Will you back a Mullins horse to come out on top again? Will ante-post favourite Allegorie De Vassy come out on top against the likes of Impervious and Jeremys Flame? Back your head, heart, and hunch in the Mares’ Chase betting markets with each-way and winner wagering available.

Mares' Chase Winners 

Due to the lack of history, there aren’t many trends to look at with regard to the previous Mares’ Chase winners. However, Elimay has had the best record so far, having been edged out by half a length in 2021, and then going on to win the 2022 renewal.

Recent Mares' Chase Winners

  • 2022 - Elimay
  • 2021 - Colreevy

Mares' Chase Leading Jockeys

Again, only two jockeys have won this race so far, although both of them come with a solid reputation in the world of horse racing. Mark Walsh won in 2022, while Paul Townend was in Colreevy’s saddle in 2021.

Recent Mares' Chase Winning Jockeys

  • 2022 - Mark Walsh
  • 2021 - Paul Townend

Mares' Chase Top Trainers 

Willie Mullins trained both of the previous winners, and he’ll be looking to make it a hat trick in 2023. He has several horses that could potentially feature, while many other top Cheltenham Festival trainers will look to challenge.

Recent Mares' Chase Winning Trainers

  • 2022 - Willie Mullins
  • 2021 - Willie Mullins

Mares' Chase Odds and Betting FAQs 

When is the Mares' Chase? 

The Mares' Chase takes place on the fourth day of the Cheltenham Festival, with the next renewal scheduled for 16:50 on Friday the 17th of March 2023. It is the penultimate race of the whole event.

Who is the Favourite to Win the 2023 Mares' Chase?

The early Mares' Chase odds see Allegorie De Vassy as the marginal favourite to win, with Impervious expected to be a close challenger. The likes of Magic Daze, Galia Des Liteaux, and Zambella are also expected to be in the mix.

Where Can I Find Mares' Chase Betting Odds For 2023?

You can find Mares' Chase odds right here at BetUK, as part of our Cheltenham Festival bet coverage that includes every race of day 4, including the Gold Cup and the Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle.

What Are the Mares' Chase Trends?

With only two renewals having been run in the past, the trends aren’t extensive. However, Willie Mullins has a 100% record as a trainer in this race.