Champion Chase Betting Tips & Previews

2021 Cheltenham Champion Chase Tips

Champion Chase Past Winners

The 2020 race featured a truncated field due to a number of absentees, including two-time winner Altior and Chacun Pour Soi. Politologue capitalised and claimed the title, but he will face a challenge to retain his crown.






































































































Year

Winner

Age

Jockey

Trainer

Field

Time


2020



Politologue



9



Harry Skelton



Paul Nicholls



5



4 10.03



2019



Altior



9



Nico de Boinville



Nicky Henderson



9



3:58.54



2018



Altior



8



Nico de Boinville



Nicky Henderson



9



4:07.60



2017



Special Tiara



10



Noel Fehily



Henry De Bromhead (IRE)



10



3:55.40



2016



Sprinter Sacre



10



Nico de Boinville



Nicky Henderson



10



3:48.90



2015



Dodging Bullets



7



Sam Twiston-Davies



Paul Nicholls



9



3:53.00



2014



Sire de Grugy



8



Jamie Moore



Gary Moore



11



3:48.39



2013



Sprinter Sacre



7



Barry Geraghty



Nicky Henderson



7



4:00.27



2012



Finian’s Rainbow



9



Barry Geraghty



Nicky Henderson



8



3:52.21



2011



Sizing Europe



9



Andrew Lynch



Henry De Bromhead (IRE)



11



3:54.92



2010



Big Zeb



9



Barry Geraghty



Colm Murphy (IRE)



9



3:51.30



Cheltenham Race – Champion Chase

The Queen Mother Champion Chase headlines Ladies Day at Cheltenham Festival. Both Altior and Chacun Pour Soi are scheduled to appear in the event for the 2021 Cheltenham Festival. It promises to be an enthralling spectacle, and few would bet against Nicky Henderson and his great champion Altior from pulling out a third win, although the form is against the bay gelding. A classic showdown could be on the cards.

The Champion Chase in the 2021 Cheltenham Festival will take place on March 17th. On this page, betting.Betfair provide you will find all the latest news, tips, interviews and previews for the race.