Mrs Paddy Power Mares Chase tips 2022
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When is the Mrs Paddy Power Mares Chase 2022?
Cheltenham Friday 18th March 4.50pm
Mrs Paddy Power Mares Chase (Grade 2)
Distance: 2 miles 4 furlongs
A brand new race to the Festival, the Paddy Powers Mares Chase replaces the Novices Champion Chase which is moving to Sandown Park at the Imperial Cup meeting a few days before Cheltenham Festival.
The registered name of the race is the Liberthine Mares’ Chase and was added to the fixture to increase the number of mares races at the Festival. Being a new race, there's not much else we can say, except that we're looking forward to another Graded race at Cheltenham this year!
Who are the Mrs Paddy Power Mares Chase Leading Contenders?
ELIMAY – Easy winner of a Listed event at Naas in February over 2 miles.
BENIE DES DIEUX – 3 from 3 in chases, not seen since finishing runner up in the Mares Hurdle at last years festival.
COLREEVY – Pretty lightly raced unbeaten over fences including a Grade 1 at Limerick on boxing day.
What’s Keith’s Mrs Paddy Power Mares Chase Tips for 2021?
With no stats to go on in this brand new race we have to rely on other factors.
The 3 leading contenders above are all trained by Willie Mullins so suffice to say this race revolves round his plans come raceday. Of the 3 I slightly favour COLREEVY.
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Cheltenham Festival Friday
|13:30||The JCB Triumph Hurdle||2m abt 1f||Hurdle|
|14:10||The County Handicap Hurdle Race||2m abt 1f||Hurdle|
|14:50||The Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle Race||abt 3m||Hurdle|
|15:30||The Cheltenham Gold Cup Steeple Chase (Grade 1)||3m abt 2½ f||Chase|
|16:10||The St. James’s Foxhunter Chase||3m abt 2½ f||Chase|
|16:50||The Mrs Paddy Power Mares' Steeple Chase||2m abt ½f||Chase|
|17:30||Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle||2m abt 4½ f||Hurdle|
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