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Cheltenham Festival Day 2 Tips

Wednesday 16th March 13:20

WhichBookie racing analysts Will Smith and Andrew Blair White share their ante-post and daily tips for racing taking place on day 2 of the 2022 Cheltenham Festival on Wednesday 16th March.

2022 Cheltenham Festival Day 2

Day 2 of the Cheltenham Festival is Ladies Day and has proven to be extremely popular with spectators sporting their most glamorous attire.

The Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle get’s things underway on day 2 with six other races following including The Coral Cup and The Queen Mother Champion Chase.

2022 Cheltenham Festival Day 2 Ante-Post Tips

If you’re looking to get your bets on early for the 2022 Cheltenham Festival then you’re in the right place. WhichBookie racing analysts Will Smith and Andrew Blair White will be providing ante-post tips for various races throughout the festival including a selection of day 2 races.

You’ll find all of Will’s & Andrew’s ante-post tips for Ladies Day at the top of this page as well on the individual race pages here at WhichBookie.

The benefit of ante-post tips is that you can often get much greater odds on horses compared to waiting closer to the day of the race. However, there is an increased risk with placing ante-post bets as it’s not guaranteed that your horse will run due to a number of reasons such as injury.

WhichBookie racing tipster Will Smith has been featured on high-profile racing channels such as William Hill Racing and Racing TV and provides free racing tips throughout the year to WhichBookie readers.

You can view all ofWill’s tipping stats here and Andrew’s here.

2022 Cheltenham Festival Day 2 Tips

If you prefer to place your bets closer to the times of the Festival, be sure to follow this page. As well as ante-post tips, Will and Andrew will be posting selections here closer to the day of the race for all races on the 2nd day of the 2022 Cheltenham Festival including The Coral Cup, Queen Mother Champion Chase, The Brown Advisory Novices Chase, The Champion Bumper and more.

A full list of races taking place on day 2 of the 2022 Cheltenham Festival can be seen below. Click through to any of the races to view our free betting tips. More tips will be added in the lead up to the festival taking place on Wednesday 16th March 2022.

Cheltenham Festival Day 2 Tips

Wednesday 16th March 2022
13:20 - The Ballymore Novices' Hurdle15:40 - The Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase
13:55 - The Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase16:15 - The Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Handicap Chase
14:30 - The Coral Cup16.50 - The Weatherbys Champion Bumper
15:05 - The Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase

Want to take a look at our tips for the rest of the festival? Click on a day below.

Day 2 of The Festival is a popular one with it being Ladies Day. Horse racing meets fashion as guests dress to impress as well as enjoying a day of racing, live music and hospitality.

Day 2 features seven races consisting of 3 Hurdle, 3 Chase and 1 Bumper race. The highlight of the day is the Betway Queen Mother Champion Steeplechase which has prize money of £400,000.

See the table below for details on all of the races taking place on day 2 of Cheltenham Festival 2022. Individual race details can be found further down the page.

2022 Cheltenham Festival Day 2 Race Schedule

Start TimeRace
13:20The Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle
13:55The Brown Advisory Novices’ Steeple Chase
14:30The Coral Cup
15:05The Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase
15:40The Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase
16:15The Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Handicap Chase
16:50The Weatherbys Champion Bumper

The Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle

  • Date: Wednesday 16th March 2022
  • Start Time: 13:20
  • Distance: 2m 5f
  • Type: Hurdle
  • Prize Money: £125,000

Looking for the best Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle odds? Click here.

The Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle is the first race to feature on day 2 of the 2022 Cheltenham Festival and is run over a distance of 2 miles and 5 furlongs featuring 10 hurdles.

The Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle Previous Winners

YearHorseAgePriceTrainerJockey
2021Bob Olinger56-4FHenry de BromheadRachael Blackmore
2020Envoi Allen64-7fGordon ElliottDavy Russell
2019City Island68/1Martin BrassilMark Walsh
2018Samcro68-11FGordon ElliottJack Kennedy
2017Willoughby Court614-1Ben PaulingDavid Bass
2016Yorkhill63-1Willie MullinsRuby Walsh
2015Windsor Park69-2Dermot WeldDavy Russell
2014Faugheen66-4FWillie MullinsRuby Walsh
2013The New One57-2Nigel Twiston-DaviesSam Twiston-Davies
2012Simonsig62-1FNicky HendersonBarry Geraghty
2011First Lieutenant67-1Mouse MorrisDavy Russell

Did You Know?

  • All of the last 10 winners of The Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle have been aged five or six years old.
  • 9 of the last 10 winners have won a graded hurdle race
  • Ruby Walsh has more wins in the Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle than any other jockey (2008, 2009, 2014, 2016)

You can watch The Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle live on ITV or stream the race live on Bet365.


The Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase

  • Date: Wednesday 16th March 2022
  • Start Time: 13:55
  • Distance: 3m 1/2f
  • Type: Chase
  • Prize Money: £175,000

Looking for the best Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase odds? Click here.

The Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase takes place at 14:55 on the 2nd day of The Cheltenham Festival. The race is run over a distance of 3 miles and ½ furlong and features 20 fences to be jumped.

Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase Previous Winners

YearHorseAgePriceTrainerJockey
2021Monkfish 71-4Willie MullinsPaul Townend
2020Champ84-1Nicky HendersonBarry Geraghty
2019Topofthegame74/1Paul NichollsHarry Cobden
2018Presenting Percy75-2FPat KellyDavy Russell
2017Might Bite87-2FNicky HendersonNico de Boinville
2016Blaklion78-1Nigel Twiston-DaviesRyan Hatch
2015Don Poli613-8FWillie MullinsBryan Cooper
2014O’Faolains Boy712-1Rebecca CurtisBarry Geraghty
2013Lord Windermere78-1Jim CullotyDavy Russell
2012Bobs Worth79-2Nicky HendersonBarry Geraghty
2011Bostons Angel716-1Jessica HarringtonRobbie Power

Did You Know?

  • 8 of the last 10 winners were aged 7
  • 3 of the last 5 winners were the Starting Price favourite

You can watch The Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase live on ITV or stream the race live on Bet365.


The Coral Cup

  • Date: Wednesday 16th March 2022
  • Start Time: 14:30
  • Distance: 2m 5f
  • Type: Hurdle
  • Prize Money: £100,000

Looking for the best Coral Cup odds? Click here.

The Coral Cup takes place at 14:50 on day 2 of the 2022 Cheltenham Festival. It’s a hurdles race that features 10 jumps and is run over a distance of approximately 2 miles and 5 furlongs.

The race was introduced in 1993 and has been sponsored by betting firm Coral from the start.

Coral Cup Previous Winners

YearHorseAgePriceTrainerJockey
2021Heaven Help Us733-1Paul HennessyRichard Condon
2020Dame De Compagnie75-1Nicky HendersonBarry Geraghty
2019William Henry928/1Nicky HendersonNico de Boinville
2018Bleu Berry720-1Willie MullinsMark Walsh
2017Supasundae716-1Jessica HarringtonRobbie Power
2016Diamond King812-1Gordon ElliottDavy Russell
2015Aux Ptits Soins59-1Paul NichollsSam Twiston-Davies
2014Whisper614-1Nicky HendersonNico de Boinville
2013Medinas633-1Alan KingWayne Hutchinson
2012Son Of Flicka816-1Donald McCainJason Maguire
2011Carlito Brigante516-1Gordon ElliottDavy Russell

Did You Know?

  • None of the last 10 Coral Cup races were won by the SP Favourite
  • 9 of the last 10 winners were priced at 12-1 or greater
  • 8 of the last 10 winners were aged five to seven

You can watch The Coral Cup live on ITV or stream the race live on Bet365.


The Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase

  • Date: Wednesday 16th March 2022
  • Start Time: 15:05
  • Distance: 2m
  • Type: Chase
  • Prize Money: £400,000

Looking for the best Queen Mother Champion Chase odds? Click here.

The Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase is the fourth race to take place on day 2 of the 2022 Cheltenham Festival and features 13 fences over a distance of approximately 2 miles.

The race was originally called The National Hunt Two-Mile Champion Chase but was renamed in the year of the Queen Mother’s birthday in 1980 in recognition of her support to the sport.

Queen Mother Champion Chase Previous Winners

YearHorseAgePriceTrainerJockey
2021Put The Kettle On717-2Henry de BromheadAidan Coleman
2020Politologue96-1Paul NichollsHarry Skelton
2019Altior94-11 FNicky HendersonNico de Boinville
2018Altior81-1 FNicky HendersonNico de Boinville
2017Special Tiara1011-1Henry de BromheadNoel Fehily
2016Sprinter Sacre105-1Nicky HendersonNico de Boinville
2015Dodging Bullets79-2Paul NichollsSam Twiston-Davies
2014Sire de Grugy811-4FGary MooreJamie Moore
2013Sprinter Sacre71-4FNicky HendersonBarry Geraghty
2012Finian’s Rainbow94-1Nicky HendersonBarry Geraghty
2011Sizing Europe910-1Henry de BromheadAndrew Lynch

Did You Know?

  • 8 of the last 10 winners were aged between 7 and 9
  • 4 of the last 10 winners were the SP Favourite
  • 1 of the last 10 winners had a Starting Price of greater than 10-1

Read our Champion Chase tips for Cheltenham 2022.

You can watch The Queen Mother Champion Chase live on ITV or stream the race live on Bet365.


The Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase

  • Date: Wednesday 16th March 2022
  • Start Time: 15:40
  • Distance: 3m 6f
  • Type: Chase
  • Prize Money: £65,000

Looking for the best Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase odds? Click here.

The Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase is run over a distance of approximately 3 miles and 6 furlongs making it the longest race by distance on day 2 of The Cheltenham Festival.

The race was introduced in 2005 when the Festival was increased from a 3 day event to four days. The 2020 winner was Easysland with the two previous two Cross Country Chase races being won by Tiger Roll. Tiger Roll went off at 5-4 favourite in 2019 after winning the year before and claiming victory in the 2018 Grand National. He went on to win at the 2019 Cheltenham Festival by an impressive 22 lengths.

Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase Previous Winners

YearHorseAgePriceTrainerJockey
2021Tiger Roll119-2 Denise FosterKeith Donoghue
2020Easysland63-1D CottinJ Plouganou
2019Tiger Roll95-4FGordon ElliottKeith Donoghue
2018Tiger Roll87-1Gordon ElliottKeith Donoghue
2017Cause Of Causes94-1Gordon ElliottJamie Codd
2016Josies Orders815-8FEnda BolgerNina Carberry
2015Rivage D’Or1016-1Tony MartinDavy Russell
2014Balthazar King104-1Philip HobbsRichard Johnson
2013Big Shu814-1Peter MaherBarry Cash
2012Balthazar King811-2Philip HobbsRichard Johnson
2011Sizing Australia913-2Henry De BromheadAndrew Lynch

Did You Know?

  • All of the last 10 winners had won over 3 miles prior to winning in the Cross Country Chase
  • 7 of the last 10 winners were priced at 7-1 or lower
  • 2 of the last 10 winners were the Starting price favourite

You can watch The Glenfarclas Cross Country Chase live on ITV or stream the race live on Bet365.


Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Handicap Chase

  • Date: Wednesday 16th March 2022
  • Start Time: 16:15
  • Distance: 2m62y
  • Type: Chase
  • Prize Money: £111,000

Looking for the best Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Handicap Chase odds? Click here.

Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Handicap Chase is the second last race to take place at The 2022 Cheltenham Festival. The race features fourteen fences over a distance of approximately 2 miles and ½ furlong.

The Grand Annual Handicap Chase is the oldest race at the Festival having been introduced initially in 1834. The race was discontinued for several decades in the 1860’s before being reintroduced in the early 1900’s.

Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Handicap Chase Previous Winners

YearHorseAgePriceTrainerJockey
2021Sky Pirate814-1Jonjo O'NeillNick Scholfield
2020Chosen Mate77-2fGordon ElliottDavy Russell
2019Croco Bay1266-1Ben CaseKielan Woods
2018Le Prezien715-2Paul NichollsBarry Geraghty
2017Rock The World910-1Jessica HarringtonRobbie Power
2016Solar Impulse628-1Paul NichollsSam Twiston-Davies
2015Next Sensation816-1Michael ScudamoreTom Scudamore
2014Savello816-1Tony MartinDavy Russell
2013Alderwood93-1FThomas MullinsTony McCoy
2012Bellvano820-1Nicky HendersonPaul Carberry
2011Oiseau De Nuit940-1Colin TizzardMr Sam Clements

Did You Know?

  • 8 of the last 10 winners were aged 7-9
  • 7 of the last 10 winners were priced at 16-1 or greater

You can stream the Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Handicap Chase on Bet365.


The Weatherbys Champion Bumper

  • Date: Wednesday 16th March 2022
  • Start Time: 16:50
  • Distance: 2m 1/2f
  • Type: Bumper
  • Prize Money: £75,000

Looking for the best Weatherbys Champion Bumper odds? Click here.

The Weatherbys Champion Bumper is the final race to take place on Ladies Day of The 2022 Cheltenham Festival. The race is run over a distance of 2 miles and ½ furlong and as it is a ‘bumper’ race, features no jumps.

Champion Bumper Previous Winners

YearHorseAgePriceTrainerJockey
2021Sir Gerhard62-1Willie MullinsRachael Blackmore
2020Ferny Hollow511-1Willie MullinsP Townsend
2019Envoi Allen52-1FGordon ElliottJamie Codd
2018Relegate525-1Willie MullinsKatie Walsh
2017Fayonagh67-1Gordon ElliottJamie Codd
2016Ballyandy55-1Nigel Twiston-DaviesSam Twiston-Davies
2015Moon Racer69-2FDavid PipeTom Scudamore
2014Silver Concorde616-1Dermot WeldRobbie McNamara
2013Briar Hill525-1Willie MullinsRuby Walsh
2012Champagne Fever516-1Willie MullinsPatrick Mullins
2011Cheltenian514-1Philip HobbsRichard Johnson

Did You Know?

  • All of the 10 previous winners of the Champion Bumper won their previous race
  • 6 of the last 10 winners were priced at 14-1 or higher
  • Willie Mullins is the most successful trainer in the race with a total of nine wins
  • Ruby Walsh is the most successful jockey in the race with three wins (1998, 2005, 2013)

You can stream the Champion Bumper on Bet365.


That concludes our round-up for day 2 of The 2022 Cheltenham Festival. Click to view our Cheltenham Festival Day 3 Guide.

Previous Tips

2021 Cheltenham Festival Day 2 Tips [expired]

1.20 – Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle
No ante-post bet here sadly, and I am finding it very hard to choose between the top three at the prices. If there was one to maybe outrun their price, then it is Keskonrisk, who will appreciate the step up in trip. However, he could run a huge career-best and still finish fourth.
 
1.55 – Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase
Again, no bet, and the market looks to be correct generally. If there was some juice to be squeezed out of the race it could be to back The Big Breakaway at 15/8 in the market ‘without Monkfish.’

Otherwise, sit back and admire the mighty Monkfish.

 
2.30 – Coral Cup
Two ante-post bets going into the first handicap of day two – Botox Has at 20/1 and Thomas Darby at 25/1, and I’d be very hopeful that they could play a hand in the finish, granted a little bit of luck in running.

Grand Roi, Sneaky Getaway and Craigneche all make the shortlist as well, but I definitely think it will be wise to back Guard Your Dreams at 12/1 each-way with Paddy Power or Betfair Sportsbook, in addition to the two ante-post bets we have. Paddy Power and Betfair Sportsbook are offering a whopping 7 places for each-way bets in the Coral Cup, and given the way Guard Your Dreams hit the line in the Betfair Hurdle three weeks ago, he will clearly relish the step up in trip.

The Betfair Hurdle has already begun to work out as a form line, and I wouldn’t mind suggesting that after events of day one, there will be a few more cottoning on to it – hence taking the 12/1 about Guard Your Dreams each-way with Paddy Power or Betfair Sportsbook now is a wise move.

 
3.05 – Champion Chase
I’m very happy with the 25/1 advised about Put The Kettle On from just after last year’s Festival, and with the unfortunate withdrawal of Altior, I’m more than confident that we’ll see a return on the place part, and the win part will be very much dependant on whether Chacun Pour Soi can produce his blistering best around Cheltenham.

There is more than a good chance that the doubts about Chacun Pour Soi being as good at Cheltenham are wide of the mark, so it would be advisable to back Put The Kettle On at 5/1 with Sky Bet in the ‘market without Chacun Pour Soi’, as a little insurance.

She is 3 from 3 around the Old Course at Cheltenham, seems to handle all types of ground, and could easily have gone for the easier option of the Mares’ Chase later in the week, but Henry De Bromhead is adamant she will run a big race here.

 
3.40 – Cross Country Chase
The re-match between Easysland and Tiger Roll, and neither have had an ideal preparation by any means, so given a few bookmakers are offering 4 places each-way here, I think it could be ripe for something at a bigger price to take advantage of the vulnerability of the front two.

The race fought out by Some Neck and Defi Des Carres in December was run in a significantly quicker time than either of Easysland’s two course victories last season, and while it may have been slightly different ground conditons, at a best priced 11/1 for Some Neck and a massive 40/1 for Defi Des Carres, they must be backed each-way for four places.

Some Neck is 11/1 with 888Sport and Defi Des Carres is 40/1 with Bet365.

 
4.15 – Grand Annual
We are on Embittered here at an advised 15/2, and given he is still available at 6/1 with some firms, the only extra piece of advice that is necessary for the Grand Annual, is to take that 6/1 if you aren’t already on him. While, if you are on at 15/2, I wouldn’t put anyone off going in again at 6/1! Joseph O’Brien has a stranglehold on the race, with Entoucas and Us And Them joining Embittered, but it is the Gigginstown-owned horse that will take all the beating. The booking of Rachael Blackmore is the cherry on top.
 
4.50 – Champion Bumper
Unoriginally, I think the winner will come from either Kilcruit or Sir Gerhard here, so no bet in the closer.

2020 Cheltenham Festival Day 2 Tips [expired]

Followers of the regular ante-post columns over the last few weeks will be on Sporting John each-way for the Ballymore, and Minella Indo for the RSA – both at 6/1 – in the opening two contests on day two of the Cheltenham Festival.

As for any particular recommendation in these races now, I don’t see the need to delve any further. The Ballymore looks to be at the mercy of the front four in the market, and perhaps more pertinently the Irish hotpot – Envoi Allen. Having Sporting John each-way on our side is a good bet, and the two ‘The Bigs’ (Getaway and Breakaway) could well improve to be involved.

If you had a fiver burning a hole in your pocket then perhaps 25/1 each-way 3 places for Son Of Camas in the market with Paddy Power that excludes Envoi Allen and Sporting John, could be the way to go. Son Of Camas has had a wind operation since being beaten by Fiddlerontheroof in the Tolworth Novices’ Hurdle and could be a live one at a price.

The RSA market looks about right too, and I’m more than happy to suggest keeping it simple – in that, if you aren’t already on Minella Indo, then you could (and should) still avail yourself. Of the opposition, Allaho has been beaten twice by Minella Indo over hurdles, Champ isn’t straightforward despite being talented, and Copperhead had a brutal race at Ascot three weeks ago.

The Champion Chase sadly will be without Altior, but even without him, I’m struggling to find a way in, comments which are also consistent with the Cross-Country and the Champion Bumper – who look at the mercy of Tiger Roll and Appreciate It respectively.

So, in terms of adding a couple of bets, it is the two handicaps on Wednesday’s card that I will delve deeper into…

2.50 – Coral Cup

Canardier – 11/1 EW (William Hill, BetVictor, Unibet 5 places) or 10/1 EW (generally 6 places)

Eglantine Du Seuil – 20/1 EW (Ladbrokes 6 places)

Year on year, we see Cheltenham Festival form stand up and be counted in subsequent seasons. There is something about the atmosphere, the track, the willingness of connections to have another go, that dictates that horses often reproduce cracking efforts again at this meeting.

Two horses who ran screamers at last year’s festival I think are very worth investing in a few quid each-way, in what is usually a fierce cavalry charge. Canardier was a brilliant fourth in the 2019 Coral Cup, when rating much the best of any horse that wasn’t held up and/or raced wide out of the back and into the home straight. The icing on the cake is that he has joined Willie Mullins in the interim – hardly a negative!

Mullins throws seven darts at the Coral Cup board, and it is another of his charges that is vastly overpriced at 20/1 each-way with Ladbrokes, who offer six places also. Eglantine Du Seuil produced a noteworthy and strong staying performance when winning the 2019 Mares Novices’ Hurdle, and on the back of an eye-popping (not just eye-catching!) run at Leopardstown in February, she must run well. After winning at last year’s festival she went on to finish third in a pair of Grade 1 novice hurdles. She is mightily classy.

4.50 – Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle

Tronador – 9/1 EW (Bet365 generally 5 places)

Repetitio – 16/1 EW (Skybet, BetVictor, Coral)

Gordon Elliott has won this race twice in the last ten years, and has had countless placed horses in the same timescale – he runs five here and so will have his hopes of adding to that tally, and it might well not be with the obvious first string Aramax.

Tronador is in the same ownership as Elliott’s 2018 winner Veneer Of Charm, and also wears blinkers for the first time over hurdles – similar to his 2013 winner Flaxen Flare. He was not the greatest horse on the flat when trained by David Lanigan, but quickly proved well suited to hurdles when winning on his second start for Elliott at Thurles. His third qualifying hurdle run was behind a very well backed stablemate, and notably David O’Regan took the ride on that occasion, and retains the ride here. Tronador hurdles fluently, stays well and looks ideally suited to this test.

The other horse I suggest backing is trained by the man who will always be remembered as beginning the mighty Tiger Roll’s career with a win in a Market Rasen hurdle – so it would be fitting should Nigel Hawke train a Cheltenham Festival winner on the same day that Tiger Roll bids for festival immortality.

Repetitio is already a winner around Cheltenham’s New course when winning an all-age handicap hurdle in December that is working out very well. That probably isn’t his best piece of Cheltenham form as it happens – that came when chasing home leading Triumph Hurdle candidate Allmankind on the Old Course (which this race will be run on) in November.

There are many unexposed types in opposition, but back against his own age group, with the experience and battle scars of these races, Repetitio is just the type of horse that will go off a backable price, and run extremely well.

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