Ascot Chase Betting Tips

Ascot Chase Raceday Betting Tips

Ascot Chase Betting Tips

In athe build-up to the Cheltenham Festival, one of the key races where we'll see top festival horses is the Ascot Chase. Contested annually at the royal course in Berkshire, it's normally one of the final preparation races for runners looking to head to the Queen Mother Champion Chase.

The uk horse racing betting markets for this race are packed full of top-class runners, and here at Bet UK, we've looked at today's horse racing betting odds to make our selections and top online horse betting tips.

Ascot Chase Betting Tips

Nap Of the Day

Fiddlerontheroof - 2:25 Ascot (Swinley Chase)

The first selection in our UK horse racing betting tips is Colin Tizzard-trained Fiddlerontheroof. A 9/4 chance in the UK horse racing betting online markets for this three-mile race, he was second last time out at Newbury in the Ladbrokes Trophy Chase. He also finished a valiant second behind Monkfish at the 2021 Cheltenham Festival in the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase. His last victory came over a shorter distance, but given he has experience over this distance, we think he'll perform well here.

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Dark Horse of the Day Zacony Rebel - 3:00 Ascot

Our dark horse of the day in our online horse betting odds comes in the form of Zacony Rebel. Trained by Toby Lawes, he's become a strong novice hurdler since his reappearance at Huntingdon and finished first at Ludlow last time out. He's upped in distance for this race to two miles, three furlongs, but he is lowered in weight to 10-9, which could play to his advantage here.

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Longshot of the Day Bean In Trouble - 4:10 Ascot

Our longshot of the day in the horse racing betting online markets at Ascot is Bean In Trouble. A 9/1 chance for this race, he's featured strongly for Jonjo O'Neill even though he's been high up the weights, but we feel he'll appreciate softer ground this time rather than heavy, which could help his cause on a tricky Ascot track.

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About The Ascot Chase

Raced annually as Ascot, the Ascot Chase is a Grade One race open to horses aged five years and older. Run over two miles and five furlongs and will take in seventeen fences of the Ascot course and the famous Swinley bottom turn. First run in 1995, it has since become a crucial race when selecting runners who may head to Cheltenham and feature in the festival.

Ascot Chase Past Winners

Year Horse Winning Trainer
2021 Dashel Drasher Jeremy Scott
2020 Riders On the Storm Nigel Twiston-Davies
2019 Cyrmane Paul Nicholls
2018 Waiting Patiently Ruth Jefferson
2017 Cue Card Colin Tizzard
2016 Silviniaco Conti Paul Nicholls
2015 Balder Success Alan King
2014 Captain Chris Philip Hobbs
2013 Cue Card Colin Tizzard
2012 Riverside Theatre Nicky Henderson

Ascot Winning Trainer Stats

Trainer | R-W-P | Paul Nicholls | 24-3-6 | Nicky Henderson | 13-2-5 | Alan King | 6-2-3 | Colin Tizzard | 6-2-3 | Nicky Richards | 3-2-3

Ascot Chase Betting Stats

When looking at the Ascot Chase, some betting trends of the last renewals stand out, one of which is 71% of runners and winners fell under odds of 10/1 or shorter and 73% of runners placed within their last two starts. It's also worth noting that 89% of runners trained in England when they last won, which is only proven by the lack of Irish trainers on the winning list.

Bet on the Cheltenham Festival at Bet UK

Here at Bet UK, we'll have all of the latest Cheltenham Festival Betting odds throughout the 2022 Cheltenham Festival. So whether you're looking to place a bet on the Gold Cup or the Champion Chase, we have all of the live horse racing betting odds you'll need. Not only that, each day, our tipster will be on hand with the top Cheltenham Betting Tips.

*All odds from Bet UK’s betting markets correct at the time of writing.

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