Kim Muir Chase Betting Predictions and Trends for 2022

Our Kim Muir Chase betting tips can assist you in selecting a winner when making wagers at the top horse racing betting sites.

The Kim Muir Chase is the seventh and final race on day three (Thursday) of the Cheltenham Festival in 2022, and the betting odds indicate that there is no dearth of candidates.

Kim Muir Chase Runners in Focus

Here are some of the possible contenders for the 2022 Kim Muir Chase.

Elliott’s All-Out Assault

Gordon Elliott has a solid previous record in this event, which he might enhance in 2022 if Frontal Assault proves to be a legitimate stayer in a novice chase at Fairyhouse.

His finest form over hurdles came at distances of approximately three miles, and the increase in distance for the Kim Muir Chase should unleash more growth from a horse that has had just three starts over jumps and may yet have plenty to give.

No Schoolboy Mistakes

The Noel Meade-trained School Boy Hours is another prominent Irish candidate, despite the fact that he required 10 outings to get his first win over fences.

His trainer has long believed that this horse has been unlucky, yet the nine-year-old won a nice handicap chase at Leopardstown during the holidays.

He definitely handles drying ground well, and despite being raised 9lb for his Leopardstown victory, there is a sense that he may potentially excel in lengthy handicap chases.

Watch out for Rightplacerighttime

Emmet Mullins may be preparing Rightplacerightime for the Kim Muir Chase, and from a handicapping standpoint, this horse has potential.

He failed to win a wager in a competitive handicap hurdle at the Dublin Racing Festival, but his performance verified his health and safeguarded his chase rating prior to the publication of Cheltenham weights.

Omar Maretti is an improving staying chaser for trainer Alex Hales, and his leaping was especially excellent when he won a good handicap in February at Catterick.

The handicapper might have been harsher with him that day, but he only increased his weight by 5lb; if his trainer can get him ready for the Kim Muir Chase, he seems to be a contender.

Nicky Henderson has not won this race since 2005, but Mister Coffey’s previous Grade 1 performance makes him an interesting contender. In the Scilly Isles Novices’ Chase, he was beaten by L’Homme Presse, although he seems to be well-suited for a distance increase. His only festival registration was for the Kim Muir, indicating that his contacts targeted him for this event.

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