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2024 Ryanair Chase Odds - Banbridge heads Envoi Allen in Cheltenham market

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06 Feb 2024
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Jon Vine 06 Feb 2024
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  • Latest odds and betting for the 2024 Ryanair Chase
  • This Grade One takes place on day three of the 2024 Cheltenham Festival on Thursday 14th March
  • Banbridge sits above defending champion Envoi Allen in the market
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Rachael Blackmore riding Envoi Allen clear the last to win The Ryanair Chase during day three of the Cheltenham Festival 2023. (Getty)

The unofficial fifth championship race at the Cheltenham Festival is the Ryanair Chase. Envoi Allen took advantage of an error-strewn showing from Shishkin to win this race 12 months ago and Henry De Bromhead's star is one of the fancied runners for this year's renewal.

Here's the latest Ryanair Chase betting and a look at the most likely runners.

2024 Ryanair Chase Odds


Name
Odds
Banbridge5/2
Envoi Allen4/1
Stage Star6/1
Conflated9/1
Capodano10/1
Fastorslow12/1
Appreciate It12/1
Bar16/1

2024 Ryanair Chase Entries


Since claiming his third Cheltenham Festival win 12 months ago, Envoi Allen has run well in defeat on several occasions, most recently behind Gerri Colombe in the Ladbrokes Champion Chase at Down Royal. Rachael Blackmore's mount currently sits second in the market behind Banbridge, who claimed Grade One glory as a novice last season and scored in the Silviniaco Conti Chase on his only start so far this season.

Turners' Novices' Chase winner, Stage Star will be bidding to bounce back after a poor showing at Cheltenham on New Year's Day. Gordon Elliott has handed an entry to Conflated, but he looks more likely to run in the Cross Country Chase before heading on to the Grand National.

Cotswold Chase winner, Capodanno will also run in this shorter race before heading on to Aintree. He's one of four possible runners for Willie Mullins, along with Appreciate It, Classic Getaway and Janidil.

Fastorslow, Ahoy Senor, Jungle Boogie and Protektorat have been entered in the Ryanair Chase as well as the Gold Cup. Other likely runners in the second Grade One on day three of the Cheltenham Festival include December Gold Cup winner Fugitif, Paul Nicholls' Hitman, Plate Handicap winner Seddon, Gordon Elliott's duo of Ash Tree Meadow and Fil Dor.

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