Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup

The Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup is a steeplechase for amateur riders. The race is the final event on day three of the Cheltenham Festival and can be entered by horses aged five years or older. The handicap race is run on Cheltenham’s New Course and runners must jump 19 fences.

The Kim Muir Challenge Cup is always a difficult race to bet on. When selecting a horse for this race it is advised that you ensure the horse can stay the 3m 1 1/2f trip. Stamina and poor jumping can often let horses down in this race with many messing up on some of the nineteen fences.


5.10 Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup Amateur Rides’ Handicap Chase (RTV)

Type: Ungraded Steeplechase Race

Distance: 3m 1 1/2f (5,130m)

Age: 5 year olds +

Weight: Handicap

Prize Fund: £70,000


2010-2019 Quick Read Stats

Thursday 12 March

Cheltenham (New Course) 5.30: Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup Amateur Riders’ Handicap Chase (Class 2) (5yo+ 0-145) 3m2f

Trainers:

  • David Pipe has  won race this twice, otherwise it has been shared between eight trainers

Age:

  • 7yo winners: 4
  • 8yo: 3
  • 9yo: 2
  • 12yo: 1

Weight and Official Rating:

  •  Nine winner have carried between 11st4lb and 11st12lb
  •  Nine winners rated 137 to 143

SP:

  • Two favourites have won in the last ten years, all other winners have returned prices between 9/2 and 40/1
  • Seven of the last 10 winners were in the top three of the market

Festival appearances:

  • Eight winners had previous Festival appearances

Form pointers:

  • All winners had race at least twice in the same season, but only two had won
  • Nine winners had won at least one race over fences
  • Eight winners had previously run at Cheltenham
  • Only two winners had previously won over the distance

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