Horses must be at least four years old to compete in the Grade 2 Old Roan Chase steeplechase in Great Britain.
The Old Roan Chase is held on Sunday 29th October 2023.
There are sixteen obstacles to clear during the race, which is raced on the Mildmay Course at Aintree over a distance of around 2 miles and 4 furlongs (2 miles, 3 furlongs, and 200 yards, or 4,023 metres).
It is a limited handicap event that is slated to occur in late October every year.
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Old Roan Chase Previous Result
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What are important facts about the Old Roan Chase?
Here are some important facts about the Old Roan Chase:
- The Old Roan Chase is run at Aintree Racecourse, Great Britain
- The Old Roan Chase is for horses aged 4 and older
- The Old Roan Chase is a Grade 2 National Hunt Steeplechase in Great Britain
- The Old Roan Chase distance is 2 miles and 4 furlongs
Summary of the Old Roan Chase
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