RSA Chase Odds

Day 2 - Wednesday 14th March 2018 - 2.10pm - RSA Chase - Grade 1 - 3m110y

The RSA Chase is a three mile novice chase open to horses aged five years or older and is run on the second day of the Cheltenham Festival. The 2017 winner was the Might Bite, who hung to the left in a dramatic finish that saw him edge to victory as part of a Nicky Henderson one-two.

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2017 RSA Chase Result

  Horse/SP Age Jockey Trainer
1st Might Bite 7/2 8 N De Boinville N Henderson
2nd Whisper 9/2 9 D Russell N Henderson
3rd Belshill 5/1 7 R Walsh W Mullins

RSA Chase Background

Formerly known as the Broadway Novices' Chase, the RSA Chase is a race for novices aged five and over and involves a distance of 3 miles and half a furlong, with 19 fences to be negotiated along the way.

It is an ideal race for looking at potential future Cheltenham Festival champions, particularly as several winners of the RSA Chase have gone on to win the Festival's highlight - the Gold Cup. Denman achieved the feat most recently when winning the RSA in 2007 and then the Gold Cup in 2008.

Paul Nicholls has enjoyed great success in the RSA, as he has done in the Gold Cup as well, but is behind Fulke Walwyn for overall wins. Walwyn enjoyed 4 wins during the 1940s and 50s, and Nicholls still needs a few more wins to match that feat.

Winners Poll /
Who will win the 2017 Cheltenham Gold Cup?
Sizing John
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Native River
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Djakadam
18%
Cue Card
20%
Outlander
5%
Minella Rocco
3%
Bristol De Mai
5%
Don Poli
3%
Other
0%
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