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2023 Brown Advisory Novices' Chase Odds and Entries - 34 novices entered in the three miler

19 Jan 2023
Jon Vine 19 Jan 2023
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  • Latest odds and betting for the 2023 Brown Advisory Novices' Chase
  • This Grade One takes place on day two of the Cheltenham Festival on Wednesday 15th March
  • 34 horses were entered at the first stage of Brown Advisory Novices' Chase entries
  • Gaillard Du Mesnil, The Real Whacker, Gerri Colombe and Thyme Hill featured in the entries
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Paul Townend riding Monkfish (pink/green) on their way to winning The Brown Advisory Novices' Chase and is greeted by trainer Willie Mullins (R) at Cheltenham Racecourse. (Getty)

The second of three Grade Ones on day two at the Cheltenham Festival is the Brown Advisory Novices' Chase, a race which has often thrown up the winner of the Gold Cup in subsequent seasons.

The initial entries for the 2023 Brown Advisory Novices' Chase were revealed earlier this month. Here's a look through the current Brown Advisory betting and a rundown of the most likely runners.

2023 Brown Advisory Novices' Chase Odds

Gaillard Du Mesnil5/1
The Real Whacker6/1
Gerri Colombe8/1
James Du Berlais10/1

*Odds taken on 19/1/23*

2023 Brown Advisory Novices' Chase Entries 

34 names featured on the initial list of entries for this three mile event. Topping in the ante-post betting is Gaillard Du Mesnil, who can be backed at an even shorter price for the National Hunt Chase on day one.

Along with the market leader, Willie Mullins has handed entries to James Du Berlais, Ramilies, Glengouly, Kilcruit and Sir Gerhard. Gordon Elliott's could run Grade One winner, Gerri Colombe, as well as Minella Crooner and Mighty Potter. Amirite, Gentlemansgame, Idas Boy and Thedevilscoachman could also fly the flag for Ireland in this contest.

Dipper winner, The Real Whacker has been entered here, as well as the Turners' Novices' Chase and the Gold Cup. Kauto Star winner Thyme Hill sits prominently in the betting, alongside Dan Skelton's duo of Ballygriffincottage and Galia Des Liteaux.

Other notable Cheltenham Festival entrants include another Dan Skelton runner, Hidden Heroics, Laura Morgan's Loughderg Rocco, Olly Murphy's Thunder Rock, Paul Nicholls' Gelino Bello and Ben Pauling's Bowtogreatness.


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