Cross Country Chase Odds
Day 1 - Wednesday 13th March 2019 - 4.10pm - Cross Country Chase - Cross Country - 3m7f
The Cross Country Chase is the fifth race on the second day of the Cheltenham Festival, as runners tackle a host of idiosyncratic obstacles in a real marathon test. The 2018 race was won by 7/1 shot for trainer Gordon Elliott.
Latest 2019 Cross Country Chase Betting
|Urgent De Gregaine|
|Urgent De Gregaine||10||10||12||12||10||12||10||10|
|One For Arthur|
|One For Arthur||-||-||-||16||12||14||-||14|
|Fact of the Matter|
|Fact of the Matter||16||14||12||12||10||-||10||10|
|For Good Measure|
|For Good Measure||-||-||-||-||20||-||-||-|
|Bless The Wings|
|Bless The Wings||20||25||20||20||20||20||-||20|
Odds correct as of 17 December 2018 08:42. Odds subject to change!
Odds correct as of 17 December 2018 08:42. Odds subject to change.
2018 Cross Country Chase Result
|1st||Tiger Roll 7/1||8||K Donoghue||G Elliott|
|2nd||Urgent De Gregaine 12/1||10||F De Giles||E Clayeux|
|3rd||The Last Samuri 11/4F||10||D Bass||K Bailey|
Cross Country Chase Background
The Cross Country Chase involves a distance of 3 miles and 7 furlongs and takes place on the opening day of the Festival. It was one of the first races to be added to the Festival to make it a four day event and it now has a prize purse of £45,000.
It was first run in 2005 and trainer Enda Bolger claimed four of the first five winners to become the most successful trainer in the race's short history. A standout winner of the Cross Country Chase was Garde Champetre, who won the 2008 and 2009 renewals. The veteran horse is back for another crack in 2011 after a disappointing performance in 2010. Nine Carberry is the leading jockey with three wins, including two aboard Garde Champetre that made it three consecutive successes between 2007 and 2009.