The countdown is now on until the Boylesports Champion Chase race which as always is being held over at the Punchestown racecourse, the race itself is being run at 17:30 this Tuesday the 30th of April 2019, so you haven’t got much time left to start working out your bets!
Due to the number of runners in that race, most bookies are offering each-way betting terms of one quarter the win odds to just two places, however both Betfair and Paddy Power do appear to be offering one fifth the odds to three places, so each-way punters should visit either of those two betting sites.
As for which horse has been backed the most on the ante post betting markets, well that will certainly become obvious when you start comparing the odds available at most betting sites, for the one horse that is heading all betting markets currently is Min at 8/13.
There has however also been some support over the last few months on Un De Sceaux, and whilst not as heavily backed at Min, the odds on that second favourite are certainly worth taking if you do fancy its chances, and for reference those odds are around the 11/4 mark.
Each-Way Possibilities for the Champion Chase
It is going to be a decision you will have to make as to whether you fancy backing the next horse in the betting each-way, and for reference that horse is Great Field, and most bookies are offering odds of around 7/1.
The decision you are going to also have to make is whether you feel it will finish second or third, and then if the former the one quarter the odds to two places some bookies are offering will look at tad more generous than the one fifth the odds to three places other bookies are offering, so do spend some time working out your best option!
20/1 Bar Three
The odds do jump in value on the final three horses that are going to be lining up and taking their chance sin the Champion Chase tomorrow, and the next one that some of you out there could fancy backing each-way is Castlegrace Paddy at 20/1. But just be aware that the chances of that horse winning are a tad low as too are its chances of filling one of the top few positions too!
Next in the betting you have Hell’s Kitchen however I do think it’s very true and fair to say that as that horse is being touted at odds of 25/1 at most bookies, then it will be a major shock if it did manage to win the Champion Chase this year, but having said that anything is possible in a race of this nature.
The final horse that has the honour if you can call it that, of being the rank outsider is Ordinary World and whilst most bookies have it on offer at odds of 40/1, you will find sites such as the betting exchange at Betfair is where you are much more likely to be offered much higher odds on it winning.