2021 Cheltenham Festival: Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase Preview & Prediction
When does the 2021 Cheltenham Festival take place? Tuesday 16th March – Friday 19th March, 2021
What time does the Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase start? Wednesday 17th March, 2021 – 13:55 (UK)
Where can I get tickets for the 2021 Cheltenham Festival? The 2021 Cheltenham Festival will take place without spectators
What TV channel is the 2021 Cheltenham Festival on in the UK? ITV will be televising the first six races of each day, while Racing TV subscribers will be able to watch all of the action
Where can I stream the 2021 Cheltenham Festival in the UK? The first six races of each day can be streamed live on the ITV Hub, while Racing TV subscribers can live stream all of the action
This Novices’ Chase kicks off day 2 of the Cheltenham Festival and one of the most-fancied horses of the week will get the chance to impress. Monkfish has made a glittering start to his career and the 4-year-old has managed to win his last six races. The most recent of those were all while chasing while he also got his nose in front in last year’s Albert Bartlett. The Big Breakaway and Eklat De Rire are not without chances as they also bring some solid form into the race with the latter winning his last three for Henry de Bromhead.
A lot of pre-Festival talk has been about Willie Mullins’ Monkfish and he could light up day 2. As one of only two C&D winners from the small field of six, Paul Townend should be able to navigate the course with confidence. Monkfish has taken to chasing very well, winning all three of his starts so far and it would likely take a blunder to prevent him recording success here.
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