For a true racing spectacle look no further than the Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase, a three-mile six-furlong helter-skelter contest featuring banks, hedges, water jumps, hurdles and fences.
Run over a trip slightly further than three miles and six furlongs and with thirty-two various obstacles to be negotiated, the Cross Country Chase is a truly unique race and one that many people have taken to their hearts. Read on to see on Cross Country betting tips, odds and offers.
Glenfarclas Cross Country Betting Offers and Free Bets
|When:||Wednesday 15th March, 4:10pm|
|Race Type||Cross Country Chase|
|Course||Cross Country Course|
|Where to watch?||ITV, Racing UK, Bookmaker Streams|
Cross Country Chase Tips
The Cross Country Chase is a real marmite race at the Cheltenham Festival. It’s quirky, very different, and not the highest quality contest, but from a betting perspective, there is usually an interesting angle into it. This is of course what our resident horse racing tipsters will be looking for.
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Cross Country Chase Betting Odds
On the back of a strong third placed finish with a lot of weight on his back, Delta Work is the strong favourite to win the Cross Country Chase, as he bids to follow up his win in the race last year.
to Behind him, from the same stable, is Galvin, who adds an intriguing element
What Happened in 2022?
We had a thrilling finish, and almost the perfect career ending for Tiger Roll in the 2022 Cross Country Chase, but sadly it wasn’t to be.
The 12-year-old was running in his last race, looking for his sixth Cheltenham Festival win, but went down by three quarters of a length, to stablemate Delta Work. It was a brave effort from Tiger Roll, who bowed out from the sport as a legend, and a great performance from Delta Work, who really impressed over this course.
Cross Country Chase – Key Race Stats
Experience is a big help in this race – Easysland was the outlier when winning as a six-year-old, and even then he had previously won over the Cheltenham banks – and the second youngest winner was eight.
- 10 of the last 11 winners have been aged eight or over
- 9 of the last 11 winners came from the top three in the betting
Previous Winners of the Cross Country Chase
2022 - Delta Work
2021 – Tiger Roll
2020 – Easysland
2019 – Tiger Roll
2018 – Tiger Roll
When is the Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase?
The Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase is taking place on Wednesday 15th March at 4:10pm
What distance is the Glenfarclas Cross Country?
The Glenfarclas Cross Country is a handicap race and it is three-miles six-furlongs