Skybet Chase Betting Odds Comparison - Doncaster

30/01/2021 15:15:00

The Sky Bet Handicap Chase is always a big showpiece when it comes to the National Hunt horse racing season and we’re looking forward to seeing some of the best chasers in the UK and Ireland competing over three miles at Doncaster Racecourse on Saturday 30 January.

As always, the 2021 Sky Bet Chase looks to be a wide open race and punters are looking through the Doncaster racecard to determine which horses offer the best value from a win-only and each-way betting perspective, with plenty of prize money on the table for the big race.

Can Cap Du Nord Win as Sky Bet Chase Betting Favourite?

Cap Du Nord has been installed as the Sky Bet Chase betting favourite and it pays to compare bookmaker odds to get the biggest possible price about the eight-year-old who is trained by Christian Williams and has produced some reasonably good performances this season.

After finishing fourth in a field of ten horses at Wincanton Racecourse at the beginning of November, there was then a victory in the Sir Peter O'Sullevan Memorial Handicap Chase at Newbury at the end of November, while Cap Du Nord then finished second in a Kempton chase race over Christmas.

Who Are the Other Sky Bet Chase Favourites?

The winner of that above race was Royale Pagaille and this runner features prominently in the Sky Bet Handicap Chase betting market, with the seven-year-old trained by Venetia Williams and this could be a big price to grab from an each-way runner who has proved to be ultra-consistent.

Charlie Deutsch rode the horse to victory in a Novices’ Chase at the beginning of December before the horse followed that up with a win and he will now be bidding to land major honours in the Sky Bet Chase.

Canelo and Notachance are next in the betting and the former is trained by Alan King, with the horse winning the William Hill Rowland Meyrick Handicap Chase at Wetherby on Boxing Day and this could be another bright performance from a horse that finished second to Cap Du Nord at Newbury.

Notachance is another Alan King runner and he’s only been seen at a racecourse once this season, with the six-year-old winning a handicap race at Bangor-on-Dee in early November and there are lots of lively chances for a horse race where the each-way terms could be four places or even five.