2022 Dublin Chase Betting Odds at Leopardstown racecourse

Sunday, 06 February 2022

The 2022 Ladbrokes Dublin Chase betting odds are now available, with this being a massive horse race in the Irish horse racing calendar. This race is run over two miles, one-and-a-half furlongs, with this pitting some of the leading Irish chasers against each other and the horse race will take place on Sunday 6 February.

The leading horse racing betting sites now have racing odds available for the Dublin Chase, with Chacun Pour Soi and Energumene heading the betting. It will be interesting to see which horse ends up being the Dublin Chase betting tip, with the former potentially going off as the market leader.

Many people looking for horse racing betting tips will look at the previous results in the Dublin Chase at Leopardstown, with Chacun Pour Soi having some very strong form when it comes to this encounter. The ten-year-old claimed a victory in the 2020 renewal and then followed it up with a further victory, so we might assume that we will get a big run from the reigning champion here.

Willie Mullins is the trainer of the Rich Ricci-owned runner, with the horse reserving some of his best performances for Irish courses. Chacun Pour Soi was head of the Cheltenham Festival betting in 2021 when being sent off as the odds-on favourite to win the Queen Mother Champion Chase before finishing third.

The horse was trading at similar racing betting odds in the 2021 Betfair Tingle Creek Chase although we once again saw the runner disappoint favourite backers, with many punters having put this charge in their horse racing accumulator bets. However, perhaps this quirky animal will produce the goods at a familiar track.

Energumene Among Racing Betting Favourites to Win Dublin Chase

Willie Mullins horses dominate the horse racing betting odds when it comes to the Ladbrokes Dublin Chase, with Energumene likely to be a popular racing bet when it comes to this Irish encounter. At the time of writing, the nine-year-old boasts a winning run that spans seven races and it might be that the horse goes off as betting favourite.

The difficulty with the horse is that there have been injuries sustained by the horse which has dealt a few setbacks, with the most impressive performance probably coming in the Patrick Ward & Company Solicitors Irish Arkle Novice Chase a year ago at Leopardstown, with more recent wins coming at Punchestown and Cork.

What Are the Best Dublin Chase Betting Tips?

If you are looking for the best each-way horse racing bets on the Dublin Chase, then it could be swerving the two Willie Mullins-trained horses who are currently heading the betting market. Mullins does have a quality second string and that includes Allaho and an each-way racing bet on this selection would currently yield a return if he finishes in the places.

The eight-year-old did win the Grade 1 John Durkan Memorial Punchestown Chase on 5 December and there were some talented horses in that race including favourite Envoi Allen. The Cheltenham Festival odds of 7/2 were also available when Allaho won last season’s Ryanair Chase and there has to be respect for a horse that looks ideally suited to the trip.

However, two of the best Dublin Chase bets could be Greaneteen and Captain Guinness. The former is trained by Paul Nicholls and the eight-year-old’s betting odds might shorten if one of the front two is withdrawn from the race, with the last outing being in the Ladbrokes Desert Orchid Chase at Kempton Park. On that occasion, he found Shishkin ten lengths too good.

Captain Guinness will be one of the younger horses in the line-up and the seven-year-old finished well behind Shishkin in the 2021 Arkle Chase, with Rachael Blackmore guiding the runner to victory in the Poplar Square Chase at Naas in early November, although the Irish raider was only able to finish third out of five in the Betfair Tingle Creek Chase.


Can Anyone Stop Chacun Pour Soi Winning Dublin Chase?

Chacun Pour Soi is trading at around the 4/9 mark to win the 2021 Dublin Chase, with the horse having missed the 2020 Cheltenham Festival when many expected the horse to compete hard for the 2021 Queen Mother Champion Chase.

The horse returned for the 2020/21 season when obliging as the facile 1/5 favourite in a Grade 2 race at Cork at the beginning of December, while there was another victory by over six lengths when winning the Paddy’s Rewards Club Chase at Leopardstown.

Paul Townend will be on board this hot favourite and the fact that Chacun Pour Soi won this race at the 2020 Dublin Racing Festival marks him out as a tough contender, with Mullins just wanting to make sure that the horse is fresh and free from any ailments.

Min and Notebook Next in the Dublin Chase Betting

Min has won this race on two occasions and he’s another Rich Ricci-owned horse who has had a glittering career and the ten-year-old is bidding for his third success in this race. The only negative is the possibility that the pace might be a touch brisk for a horse who won the two mile four furlong Ryanair Chase at last year’s Cheltenham Festival.

Min triumphed when running in the two mile four furlong John Durkan Memorial Chase at Punchestown and will want a lot of cut in the ground for this race, while Notebook will be bidding to get closer to Chacun Pour Soi this time around.

When the two horses competed in the Paddy’s Rewards Club Chase, there was a six-and-a-half length difference between the pair, although Henry de Bromhead will hope that his progressive seven-year-old is able to get closer in this race and perhaps we’ll have a closer encounter than the current betting odds suggest.