Cheltenham Festival 202412 – 15 March 2024

Festival Plate Betting Tips and Race Preview – Cheltenham 2024

Brown Advisory Plate runner jumping over the fence during race

The Brown Advisory Plate is a hugely competitive handicap race at the Cheltenham Festival, with many horses entering the race with what looks to be a great chance of winning. The race is ran over the distance of two miles and five furlongs, meaning it is a great test of both speed and stamina. With many runners, the race is ran at a fast pace, meaning horses need to be quick to keep in touch, but they also need to stay up the Cheltenham hill, which can be tough after over two miles at a fast pace.

Looking through the previous winners of this race, many of them have gone on to be better than handicappers, winning graded race after their Cheltenham victories. Quite a few horses will arrive looking well handicapped, and that may be true, however with so many well handicapped horses competing, it takes a special horse running off the best possible weight to win this race.

Brown Advisory Plate Tips – Day 3, 16:10

Favourites Horse Odds Best Bookmaker JLT Novices’ Chase Tips
#1 Willoughby Court 16/1 Betfair Read Willoughby Court Preview Here
#2 Death Duty 12/1 Ladborkes Read Death Duty Preview Here

2024 Brown Advisory Plate Preview

Road To Respect won the Brown Advisory & Merriebelle Stable Plate last year for the dominan

Road To Respect was victorious in the race last season, winning off what looks like a very lenient handicap mark now of just 145. Since then he has gone on to beat Yorkhill at Fairyhouse and won his 2017 seasonal reappearance, picking up a Grade Three race. This is an ideal example of the race, it was won by a good horse who is capable of doing much better than his handicap suggests, and since the race he has gone to prove that.

If you look at the year before, the same happened again, with Empire Of Dirt winning the Byrne Group Plate and going on to do much better. There are many hugely competitive handicaps ran throughout the season, but the ones at the Cheltenham Festival usually bring together the best of the best, making them extremely tough to win. The race had previously been dominated by British horses, although the last two winners have come from Ireland, so keep an eye on their horses.

Brown Advisory Plate Tips – Cheltenham 2024

Favourites Horse Odds Best Bookmaker Bet Now
#1 Willoughby Court 16/1 Betfair Bet Now
#2 Death Duty 12/1 Ladborkes Bet Now

Brown Advisory Plate Chase Betting Odds

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Cheltenham Brown Advisory Plate Winners

Two recent Irish winners have finally given them recent success in the Cheltenham Festival Plate, although British trainers still dominate. David Pipe is known for having a lot of handicappers in his yard, so it is no surprise to see him with three wins to his name recently, as well as some placed horses, so keep an eye out for his entries.

Last 10 winners

Year Horse Jockey Trainer
2017 Road To Respect B.Cooper N.Meade
2016 Empire Of Dirt B.Cooper C..Murphy
2015 Darna D.Bass K.Bailey
2014 Ballynagour T.Scudamore D.Pipe
2013 Carrickboy L.Tredwell V.Williams
2012 Salut Flo T.Scudamore D.Pipe
2011 Holmwood Legend K.Burke P.Rodford
2010 Great Endeavour D.Cook D.Pipe
2009 Something Wells W.Biddick V.Williams
2008 Mister McGoldrick D.Elsworth S.Smith

Leading Trainers

Wins Trainer Years
3 D.Pipe 2010, 2012, 2014
2 V.Williams 2009, 2013
1 N.Meade 2017
1 C.Murphy 2016
1 K.Bailey 2015
1 P.Rodford 2011
1 S.Smith 2008

Leading Jockeys

Wins Jockey Years
2 B.Cooper 2016, 2017
2 T.Scudamore 2012, 2014
1 D.Bass 2015
1 L.Tredwell 2013
1 K.Burke 2011
1 D.Cook 2010
1 W.Biddick 2009
1 D.Elsworth 2008

Cheltenham 2024 Brown Advisory Plate Race Conditions

Ballynagour, with Tom Scudamore up, jumping over a fence during Cheltenham Festival Plate

The Brown Advisory Plate is one of those extremely tough to win Cheltenham Festival races. It is just as hard for punters to find the winner of it, with many horses arriving looking well handicapped, and having the ability to win the race. Many stables target the race, but David Pipe has won it three times in the last ten years, so make sure you watch out for his entries.

The race is a two miles and five furlong race, which is open to horses that are aged five or older. It is a handicap chase, with Grade Three status meaning the top horses are all allowed to enter, which usually gives us a great field for the race.

Location Cheltenham Racecourse, Cheltenham England
Race Type Handicap chase
Distance Two miles and five furlongs (2M5F)
Age Five year and older
Surface Turf