Brown Advisory Novices Chase Tips, Preview & Odds – Cheltenham 2023
Check out all of our Brown Advisory Novices Chase tips from our panel of horse racing experts for the second race of day two at the festival.
Brown Advisory Novices Chase Tips
Here at BoyleSports we recently held a 2023 Cheltenham Festival Preview Night in which we assembled a panel of horse racing experts to preview and give their tips on all the big races at this year’s Cheltenham Festival.
You can check out our panel’s Brown Advisory Novices Chase tips along with a preview of the big race below!
You can also check out the full BoyleSports 2023 Cheltenham Festival Preview Night video where our panel of horse racing experts previewed all four days of the Cheltenham Festival!
Brown Advisory Novices Chase Favourites
Gerri Colombe – Brown Advisory Novices Chase Favourite @ 6/4
The Gordan Elliot trained seven-year-old enters this race as the red-hot favourite and with good reason! The horse has pitch-perfect form with seven wins from seven races, a run which started with success on the 8th of March 2020 in Lingstown.
The seven-year-old’s career margin-of-victory is now a cumulative 46.95 lengths, with its most recent success coming over a 2-mile 4 furlong trip in Sandown where he beat a five-horse-field by 1.75 lengths.
Gerri Colombe is 6/4 favourite to make it eight wins in-a-row and become Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase champion.
Mighty Potter – Brown Advisory Novices Chase Second Favourite @ 7/2
Mighty Potter is another member of the Gordan Elliot training ticket albeit slightly younger than race favourite Gerri Colmobe at six-year-old. He is another major player in this race.
This horse boasts a career record of seven wins and one third place finish from nine races. While it isn’t faultless you will do well to find a horse with a more consistent line of form.
The one blot on his card actually came during last year’s Cheltenham Festival in the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle where the horse was pulled up after making a bad mistake at the fifth hurdle in a race that was eventually won by a certain Constitution Hill.
Mighty Potter is 7/2 to put that defeat behind him and ride to victory at this year’s Cheltenham Festival!
The Real Whacker – 4/1
Trained by Patrick Neville, since the 7th of November the seven-year-old has some winning form at the Cheltenham track having already won on the 13th of November over the 3-mile ½ furlong trip. On that occasion he beat a five-horse-field by 0.75 lengths.
The horse built on that form on January 1st by again winning at Cheltenham. This time it was over a 2-mile 4 ½ furlong trip with a winning margin of 3.25 lengths.
The Real Whacker is 4/1 to make it its third win at the track in-a-row!
Sir Gerhard – 5/1
The leading fancy for this race in the W-P Mullins team and the eight-year-old is not without a chance either! In the horse’s most recent outing came arguably its most impressive performance on the 26th of January in Gowran Park over the 2-mile trip where he beat a three-horse-field by a staggering 38 lengths.
That imperious performance also notably came after a 275 days break from the track. Sir Gerhard is 5/1 to build on that form and win the Brown Advisory Novice Chase.
Thyme Hill – 5/1
The nine-year-old trained by Philip Hobbs is a consistent sort, in seventeen races he has eight wins, five seconds and one third place finish. Last time out for this gelding came in Kempton, where he won over the 3-mile trip against a five-horse-field by an impressive 15 lengths.
During last year’s festival Thyme Hill came second in the Stayers’ Hurdle, being beaten by Flooring Porter by 2.75 lengths. Thyme Hill is 5/1 to go one better this year and win a race in Cheltenham!
Click Below For All Our Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase Odds
|Cheltenham Race Previews & Tips|
|Day 1||Day 2||Day 3||Day 4|
|Supreme Novices Hurdle||The Ballymore||Ryanair Chase||Gold Cup|
|Arkle Chase||Brown Advisory|
|Champion Hurdle||Coral Cup|
|Mares Hurdle||Champion Chase|
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