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Old Roan Chase Betting 2023, Best Betting Offers, Odds & Tips

The Grade 2 Old Roan Chase is run annually on the Mildmay Course at Aintree over 2 miles and 4 furlongs, with sixteen fences jumped.

Established in 2004, it’s a race that some top-quality horses have won over the years, but it is best known for being won a record three times by the Nicky Richards-trained Monet’s Garden.

Frodon was also a popular winner in 2018 under Bryony Frost, with the duo then going on to win the Ryanair Chase at the Cheltenham Festival the following March.

The Old Roan Chase is a highlight for spectators, and it is often one of the most well-attended races at Aintree Racecourse, outwith the Grand National meeting.

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We highlight all the top betting offers throughout the year, so check back regularly to avoid missing out on any.

Old Roan Chase Tips

Home of the Grand National, Aintree is always a popular venue for horse racing fans to have a wager at, and the Old Roan Chase is a highlight of the start of the National Hunt season proper.

Check out Charlie McCann’s free daily tips for a 7/1 Old Roan Chase.

Old Roan Chase Betting Tips & Stats Guide

When & Where Is The 2023 Old Roan Chase?

The Old Roan Chase is an annual race held at Aintree Racecourse, typically in late October, and this year’s race will take place on Sunday, October 29.

It is the feature race on Aintree’s opening meeting of the jumps season.

What Happened Last Year?

The 2022 Old Roan Chase was won by Riders Onthe Storm, trained by Richard Hobson and ridden by Brian Hughes, with the first three horses finishing within one and a half lengths of each other.

Riders Onthe Storm was held up towards the rear of the field for most of the race, but he made a strong move in the final two furlongs to take the lead.

Challenged by Hitman and Ga Law in the closing stages, he held on to win by a head.

Recent Old Roan Chase Winners

The Old Roan Chase is a competitive contest that has been won by some high-quality horses over the years, including Kauto Star, Frodon, and Monet’s Garden, who won the race a record three times.

Below are the last five winners of the Old Roan Chase.

2022Riders Onthe Storm
2020Nuts Well
2019Forest Bihan


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When is the 2023 Old Roan Chase?

The 2023 Old Roan Chase will be on Sunday, October 29.

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Where is the Old Roan Chase run?

The Old Roan Chase is run annually at Aintree Racecourse, on Merseyside.

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How many times did Monet's Garden win the Old Roan Chase?

Monet's Garden won the Old Roan Chase on three occasions - in 2007, 2009, and 2010.

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Where can I watch the Old Roan Chase?

The Old Roan Chase will be shown live on the subscription channel, Racing TV. Alternatively, you can stream the race via several online bookmakers.