Kim Muir Challenge Cup Odds: Inothewayurthinkin the one to beat

 | March 13 | 

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The Kim Muir Challenge Chase is the second of the major handicap chases for the amateur riders, and the race has featured various future Grand National contenders such as Ballabriggs.

Below are the Kim Muir Challenge Chase Odds of the main contenders, and this is an Extra Place Race, so Betfred are paying 5 places instead of 4 at 1/5 the odds for all each-way bets.

Kim Muir Challenge Cup Odds

  • Inothewayurthinkin @ 7/2
  • Cool Survivor @ 7/1
  • Angels Dawn @ 8/1
  • Amirite @ 10/1
  • Whacker Clan @ 12/1
  • Bowtogreatness @ 12/1
  • Daily Present @ 14/1
  • Where It All Began @ 14/1
  • Rapper @ 16/1
  • Dom Of Mary @ 18/1
  • 20/1 bar the field

Inothewayurthinkin @ 7/2

Gavin Cromwell's Inothwayurthinkin leads the betting market at 7/2, and will be ridden by Derek O'Connor.

The six-year-old has twice run with credit behind emphatic Arkle winner Gaelic Warrior this season, and O'Connor is seeking a big-race amateur double after Corbetts Cross' win on Tuesday in the National Hunt Chase.

Cool Survivor @ 7/1

Gordon Elliott's Cool Survivor is next in the market at 7/1, and there was plenty to like about his runs behind the likes of Quilixios and Gaelic Warrior earlier this season. He also had a solid showing at the Dublin Racing Festival last month, so could pose an outside threat.

Angels Dawn @ 8/1

Sam Curling's mare ran like a dream in this race last year to taste victory, despite a mistake late on, and finished third of 18 in a handicap chase at Gowran towards the end of January.

She's rated 11lb higher now, and can be backed at 8/1.

Amirite @ 10/1

The Henry de Bromhead-trained Amirite is next in the betting at 10/1.

The eight-year-old finished a respectable fifth in a handicap chase at Leopardstown in December, so could have a big performance in him here.

Whacker Clan @ 12/1

Another Henry de Bromhead-trained runner is next in the form of Whacker Clan, who is currently available to back at 12/1.

The eight-year-old won at Tramore in August, as well as Cheltenham in October, in two promising displays, meriting serious consideration here.

Bowtogreatness @ 12/1

Bowtogreatness arrives here off the back of a smashing third-place finish in a major handicap chase at Kempton last month.

The eight-year-old was also the a dual winner in 2022, but is yet to score over fences.

Daily Present @ 14/1

Daily Present is next in the betting at 14/1, and looks to lack the experience for this race, but could surprise a few.

The seven-year-old was given three tough assignments earlier in the season, and was well beaten, but has justified market support thanks to his win at Down Royal in January.

Where It All Began @ 14/1

Another entry for Gordon Elliott is next up in the form of Where It All Began, who can be backed at 14/1.

The eight-year-old displayed much-improved form to open his account as a chaser in a 15-runner handicap at Punchestown last month in style, so could be one to watch in this race.

Rapper @ 16/1

Henry Daly's Rapper is currently around 16/1, and he'll be hoping for an improved performance from his gelding here, who pulled up in this race last term.

The 10-year-old was a winner here over a similar trip on New Year's Day 2023, and was beaten by a length in a nine-runner contest at Ascot last month.

Dom Of Mary @ 18/1

The David Bridgewater-trained Dom Of Mary, who will be ridden by Finian Maguire, put up a career-best effort to win the Sussex National at Plumpton in January.

He matched that form a month later at Sandown, and this test of stamina should suit him.

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