Topham Chase Betting Odds Comparison - Aintree

09/04/2021 16:05:00

The Topham Chase has been in operation since 1949 and many people have enjoyed betting on the horse racing odds that are available for an encounter which takes place on the Aintree racecard on an annual basis, with the runners and riding competing over two miles and five furlongs.

This is historically a horse race where we have seen multiple winners, with Always Waining landing a hat-trick of successes between 2010-12, while Ultragold was the winner of this race in 2017 and 2018, with many betting sites now providing betting odds for the winner of the 2021 renewal.

2021 Topham Handicap Chase Betting Looks Wide Open

Many punters are looking for Topham Handicap Chase betting tips and Livelovelaugh heads the Aintree racecard betting market, with Willie Mullins training an experienced eleven-year-old who most recently finished second in the TRI Equestrian Handicap Chase at Leopardstown, with the horse having outran his betting odds at the same track a month earlier.

The best Aintree betting tip could be to back Farclas each-way considering that the horse has been regularly hitting the frame this season, with Denise Foster now training the Gigginstown horse who recently finished second to Cheltenham betting favourite The Shunter in the Paddy Power Plate Handicap Chase.

Farclas finished just behind Livelovelaugh in a Handicap Chase in February, with the horse having been sent off as favourite based on the fact that he ran so well when finishing third behind Castlebawn Times and Minella West in the Paddy Power Chase at Leopardstown over Christmas.

What Are the Best Aintree Racing Bets for This Race?

Two For Gold has regularly hit the frame during the current 2020/21 racing season and the Kim Bailey horse is trading at a best price 12/1 to win this race which seem like big betting odds considering that the runner was able to run pretty well when going up against Cloth Cap who is now the favourite to win the 2021 Grand National.

The horse previously won the Paddy Power Warwick Castle Handicap Chase, while Fan De Blues is another runner from the Willie Mullins stable and the runner fared reasonably well when finishing second behind Montagne D'argent in a recent chase race over two miles and two furlongs on heavy ground.

Modus would be our idea of a good Aintree horse racing bet when you consider the JP McManus horse has exclusively run at this racecourse this season, with Paul Nicholls keeping his charge at the Merseyside track and the horse was last seen finishing third in the William Hill Grand Sefton Handicap Chase behind Beau Bay and Sir Jack Yeats at betting odds of 15/2.

Modus previously won a handicap chase at the beginning of November, with Morning Vicar another horse that needs to be respected in the betting market, with Nicky Henderson hoping that the horse improves after recent outings. Senior Citizen and Balko Des Flos are other market movers worth keeping an eye out for.