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2023 Kim Muir Odds and Entries - Stumptown the well-backed favourite

Last updated: 15 Mar 2023
Jon Vine 15 Mar 2023
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  • Latest odds and betting for the 2023 Kim Muir
  • This handicap chase takes place on day three of the Cheltenham Festival on Thursday 16th March
  • Stumptown, Mr Incredible, Dunboyne and Monbeg Genius featured in the entries
Kim Muir Odds Entries
General view of the Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup Amateur Riders' Handicap Chase. (Getty)

Day three at the Cheltenham Festival comes to a close with the Kim Muir Handicap Chase, a three-and-a-quarter contest for chasers rated 145 or below.

Here's a look through the current Kim Muir Handicap Chase betting and a rundown of the most likely runners.

2023 Kim Muir Handicap Chase Odds

Mr Incredible6/1
Angels Dawn9/1
Monbeg Genius12/1

*Odds taken on 1/3/23*

2023 Kim Muir Handicap Chase Entries 

Gavin Cromwell's Stumptown has been heavily backed for the Kim Muir following back-to-back victories at Thurles and Sandown. Stumptown would need a few horses to drop out to get a run off his mark of 135, but that hasn't stopped punters from backing Stumptown into 9/2 favouritism.

Willie Mullins Grand National contender, Mr Incredible could run after he was handed a mark of 145 by the British handicapper. Gordon Elliott is likely to have several runners, with Dunboyne, Punitive and Fakiera featuring prominently in the market.

Amirite could represent Henry De Bromhead. Sam Curling's Angels Dawn is unlikely to get a run, though, after he was raised just 131 by the British handicapper.

The leading home contender is Jonjo O'Neill's novice Monbeg Genius. Nicky Henderson could run former National Hunt Chase runner-up Next Destination. Beauport, Guetepan Collonges, Anightinlambourn and Harpers Brook could also represent British connections on day three of the Cheltenham Festival.

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