Garrison Savannah, Looks Like Trouble and Denman are horses that have previously won the RSA Chase and used this as a stepping stone towards securing victory in the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
A number of other horses will be hoping to follow suit this year, with Time For Rupert currently dominating the RSA Chase betting market at 5/2.
Time For Rupert finished second at the Cheltenham Festival last year when running on behind Big Buck’s in the Ladbrokes World Hurdle and he has since moved up to tackle the larger obstacles.
And this has proved an inspired decision by trainer Paul Webber as he has readily triumphed in both races over fences, which have also both come at Cheltenham.
The seven-year-old has the added element in his favour that the last four winners of the RSA Chase have been his age.
Another seven-year-old is Mikael D’Haguenet and he is also among the leading fancies in the Cheltenham odds at 12/1 to win the RSA Chase.
A star hurdler, Mikael D’Haguenet has not enjoyed the same success as Time For Rupert over fences, falling at Fairyhouse and then disappointing at Leopardstown on his most recent start.
Magnanimity is 16/1 in the RSA Chase betting and will be in with a fine chance of landing victory if he can reproduce the form he recently displayed at Leopardstown and good ground is avoided at Cheltenham.
Wymott has looked a useful prospect in his two victories since turning to chasing and could be a lively selection at 14/1 in the RSA Chase odds, which is the same price as Wayward Prince and Aiteen Thirtythree.
Jessies Dream chased home Magnanimity on his latest start and is 16/1 to win the RSA Chase, alongside The Minack.
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