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Champion Chase tips for March's Grade 1 race. There is no better sight in racing than two mile chasers at full speed over a fence. This race is one of the most highly anticipated of the season and rightfully so. Read on for our free betting tips, predictions and analysis.

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IN SUMMARY: There has to be doubts about Douvan, who would be ultra-competitive at his very best but he’s not been seen since sustaining a pelvic injury in this race twelve months ago. He’s impossible to dismiss but it’s hard to get away from ALTIOR, who is a perfect seven out of seven over fences and is quite simply a superstar. He returned this season when readily dismissing Politologue at Newbury and if building on that effort with race fitness, he’s a frightening proposition for all his rivals.

Ordinary World
J: Davy Russell T: Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
Finished a long way behind Altior in the 2017 Arkle and he’s not gone on from that run, well held behind Min at Leopardstown last month. There is no reason placings should be reversed here and he faces an extremely tough task.
J: Sam Twiston-Davies T: Paul Nicholls
Very smart chaser in his own right, winner of the Tingle Creek in December, but Altior breezed past him at Newbury last month. That rival should strip fitter for the run and judging by that effort, he has plenty to find with the likes of Min. He rarely runs a bad race though and he’s a strong each way contender.
Special Tiara
J: Noel Fehily T: Henry de Bromhead, Ireland
Won this race twelve months ago and has placed on two other occasions, well held behind Min at Leopardstown last month. Softer ground is not a help to him and all his best form has come on better ground. He looks extremely vulnerable, especially as he’ll be taken on for the lead.
J: P. Townend T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Top class seven year old who got back to his very best with a devastating performance at Leopardstown last month. He’s fine on softer ground and although he has something to find with Altior on the Supreme form of 2016, he’s a better horse now. Ruby prefers Douvan, but he’s looks to be the main danger to Altior.
God's Own
J: Paddy Brennan T: Tom George
Hasn’t won now since April 2016, where he won the Champion Chase at Punchestown. He’s been below form in two runs this season and with his best form coming on better ground, he looks to be a forlorn hope in this year’s renewal.
Ar Mad
J: Joshua Moore T: Gary Moore
Very smart on his day, winning a Grade 1 over Bristol De Mai as a novice. He’s a headstrong front-runner who goes at a relentless gallop, with a few sticky jumps costing him behind Politologue last time. There is a question about going left handed, but if his jumping holds up he could out-run his odds for a place.
J: David Bass T: Kim Bailey
Running a huge race when falling from the lead in last year’s Arkle. He ran a good race behind Politologue in the Tingle Creek last time and he should strip fitter now as that run was his reappearance. This is a very tough task with so many other pace angles though and others are preferred.
J: R. Walsh T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Won the 2016 Arkle in impressive fashion and he was subjected to his only defeat over fences (from ten starts) when suffering a pelvic injury in this race last season. He’s not been seen since and that has to raise doubts, but if anywhere near his best he’s a leading contender. Not ruled out but has more to prove than his rivals.
J: Nico de Boinville T: Nicky Henderson
Unbeaten in twelve starts over obstacles, 7/7 over fences. He won the Arkle twelve months ago and reappeared this season with a dominant display to beat Politologue at Newbury. He’s the real deal and with softer ground no concern for him, he should prove very tough to stop.

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