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The Grand Annual Chase is a class B grade 3 handicap chase raced at the Cheltenham Festival. The race is run on the Cheltenham New Course and covers a distance of 2 miles 110 yards.
Open to 5 year old and older chasers, the Grand Annual Chase is the closest the Cheltenham Festival comes to a ‘sprint’ handicap chase. The race is also the oldest race run at the Cheltenham Festival.
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The Grand Annual Chase is the oldest steeplechase event still raced in the United Kingdom. The race was first run in April 1834 on the open countryside surrounding the town of Andoversford.
At one time considered the most prestigious steeplechase in the UK, the Grand Annual Chase has been a permanent part of the Cheltenham Festival racing calendar since 1913.
One of the Grand Annual Chase’s most famous winners is Hipparchus, who won the 1954 race title after entering the race priced at odds of 100/1.