The Grade 2 Liberthine Mares’ Chase (Mrs Paddy Power Mares’ Chase) is the newest race at the Festival and was launched in 2021. The race was added to the Gold Cup Day card, replacing the Novices’ Champion Chase, and is run over the same distance - two miles and four furlongs.
Created to increase the number of elite races for female horses and to help encourage the breeding industry as a whole, and Irish-trained horses have won all three renewals of the race to date.
Read on for Liberthine Mares’ Chase betting odds, tips and free bets.
|Friday, March 15th - 4:50pm
|Two-miles & four-and-a-half furlongs
|Grade 2 Chase
|Where To Watch?
|ITV Racing, Racing TV, Bookmaker Streams
Liberthine Mares’ Chase Betting Offers & Free Bets
Mares’ Chase Tips
The Mares’ Chase has been placed on the Festival’s final day and will need a few years to find its feet, as the race needs time to encourage mares to stay in training.
It’s a race that has been dominated by Ireland so far, though, with Irish-trained horses winning all three runnings of the Mares’ Chase to date.
Mares’ Chase Betting Odds
Check back closer to the start of the Cheltenham Festival, when we’ll be taking an in-depth look at the latest odds and betting chat for the Mares’ Chase.
What Happened Last Year?
Impervious made it four wins in a row over fences when landing the 2023 Mares’ Chase in the silks of legendary owner JP McManus.
Ridden by Colm Murphy, Impervious edged out Allegorie De Vassy in a thrilling finish up the Cheltenham hill.
Mares’ Chase Key Stats
- All three winners of the Mares’ Chase have been trained in Ireland
- The three winners of the race so far were all rated 150 or higher
- All three winners were sent off as the 2nd favourite in the betting
Previous Winners of the Mares’ Chase
The table below lists the three previous winners of the Mares’ Chase.
Which race did the Liberthine Mares' Chase replace at the Cheltenham Festival?
The Liberthine Mares’ Chase is the newest race at the Festival and was launched in 2021. The race has been added to the Gold Cup Day card and replaces the Novices’ Champion Chase.
What distance is the Liberthine Mares' Chase?
The Liberthine Mares Chase which takes place on the last day of Cheltenham Festival is run over a distance of 2 miles and 4½ furlongs.
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