The Charlie Hall Chase is a Grade 2 race, run at Wetherby Racecourse over 3 miles 1 furlong, with 19 fences jumped, and is one of the first graded races of the national hunt season.
Taking place annually in late October or early November, the race is considered an early-season stepping-stone to the Cheltenham Gold Cup - this year’s race is scheduled for Saturday, November 4.
Sponsored by bet365 since 2003, the Charlie Hall Chase has a total prize fund of £100,000 and regularly attracts a strong field of runners from the UK and Ireland.
Read on to check out the latest Charlie Hall Chase betting offers, odds and tips at the leading online bookmakers.
Charlie Hall Chase Betting Offers
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In addition, Ladbrokes are offering £20 in free bets when you open an account and bet £5 - ideal for low-staking punters.
And once the jumps season gets underway and we head towards Charlie Hall day, bookmakers will offer some fantastic betting offers for punters to enjoy, including price boosts and enhanced place terms.
Charlie Hall Chase Tips
For many jumps racing fans, the Charlie Hall Chase signifies the start of the National Hunt season, and it’s a highlight of the Autumn.
Our expert tipster Alan Kelly has his Charlie Hall Chase selection below.
3:00pm Wetherby - Bravemansgame
I must admit that the Lucinda Russell-trained Ahoy Senor is a favourite of mine. When the Dylan Thomas gelding gets into a nice rhythm up front, it takes a top-class chaser to get past him, that horse being Shishkin in the Aintree Bowl at the Grand National meeting after Ahoy Senor looked home and hosed jumping two out.
The big negative regarding Derek Fox’s mount, however, is his record first time out, which is pretty poor, including when beaten some 40 lengths in this race last year. Gold Cup runner-up BRAVEMANSGAME, on the other hand, has an excellent record following a break and can repeat his comfortable victory in this race 12 months ago and land a second Charlie Hall Chase. I expect the race-fit Irish challenger Gentlemansgame to cause the favourite most problems.
Charlie Hall Chase Betting Tips & Stats Guide
What Happened Last Year?
The 2022 Charlie Hall Chase was won by Bravemansgame, trained by Paul Nicholls and ridden by Harry Cobden.
Sent off the 2/1 second favourite, Bravemansgame made all of the running to win comfortably by three and a half lengths from Eldorado Allen, with Ahoy Senor, the 11/10 favourite, trailing home last of the five runners.
Bravemansgame followed up his Charlie Hall victory with success in the King George VI Chase at Kempton on Boxing Day before finishing 2nd in the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
When & Where Is The 2023 Charlie Hall Chase?
The 2023 Charlie Hall Chase will be held on Saturday, November 4, at Wetherby Racecourse in Yorkshire.
It is one of two Graded races held during the two-day Charlie Hall Meeting, the other being the West Yorkshire Hurdle.
Recent Charlie Hall Chase Winners
The Charlie Hall Chase is one of the most popular early-season jump races, and we’ve listed below the last five winners.
When is the 2023 Charlie Hall Chase?
The 2023 Charlie Hall Chase will be on Saturday, November 4.
Where is the Charlie Hall Chase run?
The Charlie Hall Chase is run annually at Wetherby Racecourse.
Who won last year's Charlie Hall Chase?
Bravemansgame won the 2022 Charlie Hall Chase for trainer Paul Nicholls and jockey Harry Cobden.
Where can I watch the Charlie Hall Chase?
The Charlie Hall Chase will be shown live on ITV Racing, and will be eligible for online streaming via the ITV Hub platform. You can also watch the Charlie Hall Chase on Racing TV, however this will require an active Racing TV subscription.