Victor Chandler Chase Odds
The Grade One Victor Chandler Chase, famously known as the Clarence House Chase, is one of the most important prizes for two mile chase horses over the course of the Jumps season.
It is run at Ascot and always pulls in a huge crowd despite the race being scheduled for the middle of winter in January.
It is one of the leading chases of the season, and boats a winning prize fund of 100,000. It is widely regarded as key trial for many races at the Cheltenham Festival, most notably the Queen Mother Champion Chase.
Its simple to pick up a free horse racing bet on this prestigious race from Ascot, simply take a look at our list of horse racing bets and pick out an offer from a respected bookmaker.
Even Victor Chandler himself offers free bets for punters, there definitely is something there for every punter at every racecourse in the UK and Ireland!
Three horses have done the double, Viking Flagship (1994), Call Equiname (1999) and Master Minded (2009), all of whom have to rate as the most impressive winners of the Victor Chandler race.
But perhaps the greatest horse ever to have triumphed in the prestigious chase was Desert Orchid, who went on to win the Cheltenham Gold Cup amongst other prizes and was regarded as a national icon due to his exuberant front-running style of racing.
This is one of the main trend races of the season, making it a brilliant race for punters to target and as a result has produced a winner in the top three of the betting for the last seven years. Additionally only two winners have returned a double-figure price since 1989.
As with most high-profile races with a Grade One tag, Paul Nicholls has a wonderful record in the race.
The six-time Champion Trainer has won the race four times, including three of the last renewals with Master Minded, twice, and the ill-fated Twist Magic.
Despite its tag as a good pointer for the Cheltenham Festival due to its Grade One stature, it has only produced one subsequent Festival winner in the last 11 years, which was Master Minded in 2009.