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Tuesday 12th March 16:50

Below, you'll find our betting tips for the Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle taking place at 16:50 on Tuesday 12th March at the 2024 Cheltenham Festival. WhichBookie 2024 Cheltenham betting tips are provided by racing analyst Will Smith.

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Date of Tips: 06/03/2024

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Willie Mullins has a hoodoo at the Cheltenham Festival… yes, you read those words correctly.

For all the plethora of wins, the big days, the extraordinary feats – there is one race that has continually evaded the Closutton maestro since it’s inception, and that is the Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle or more commonly known as the Fred Winter.

It is not just that this race has evaded his clutches in it’s 19 years to date, it is the manner in which the hoodoo has been goading him, which must be particularly galling for the man who is used to sweeping all before him.

Voix Du Reve falling at the last in 2016 when surely coming to win the race; Ciel Du Niege finding that Band Of Outlaws and Coko Beach had got first run on him in 2019; favourite Saint Sam being a touch keen and still nearly beating 80/1 chance and future Grade 1 winner Jeff Kidder in 2021; Gaelic Warrior somehow being beaten off a handicap mark of 129 in 2022; and last year the JP McManus-owned pair of the disappointing Tekao and the neck third Risk Belle still couldn’t quite land the race for WP Mullins!

However, this year I feel he has a great chance of breaking his Boodles duck, and it’s not with the horse many of you think it may be…Batman Girac. Yes, the Munir/Souede owned 4-year-old has been a talking horse (much like Lark In The Mornin for Jospeh O’Brien) for this race, since an eye-catching run in the Grade 2 juvenile hurdle at Leopardstown at Christmas time.

But, if you watch that race back again you’ll see there were probably 4 horses that stayed on the bridle longer than the majority of the field – winner Kala Conti, subsequent Grade 1 Spring Juvenile Hurdle winner Kargese, Batman Girac who burrowed down the inside, and…. Miss Manzor.

Rated somewhere in the low to mid-70’s as a provincial French flat horse, Miss Manzor took to hurdles extremely well to win a run-of-the-mill 3-year-old hurdle at Dieppe back in May of last year. Her run at Leopardstown at Christmas was her first start for Mullins, in a Grade 2, and only her second hurdle run of her life.

She was as inconvenienced by various things – slow pace, track position (held up and wide), greenness – as current Boodles 7/1 chance Batman Girac, and yet she can be backed at 16/1 each-way with Bet365 for 5 places having gone on and won in very smart fashion at Fairyhouse in mid-January, comfortably beating re-opposing Boodles candidates Karia Des Blaises and Ndaawi in a very good time.

She shouldn’t be anywhere near 16/1 in my book, given her form, her vastly improving profile, the fact she has hurdled smartly, and also that she has the scope to improve further. At 16/1 each-way with Bet365 for 5 places, I feel it is definitely worth getting involved in Miss Manzor now, even before the extra places are made available following declarations.

Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle
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The Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle, previously known as the Fred Winter Juvenile Handicap Hurdle, is a Grade 3 race that covers a distance of 2 miles and 87 yards. The race is open to juvenile hurdlers aged four years or older and is run on the Old Course at Cheltenham. The Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle features eight hurdles to be jumped and is one of the most competitive juvenile hurdle races of the season.

Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle Odds

Selection Odds
Lark In The Mornin 6/1
Batman Girac 8/1
Milan Tino 15/2
Wodhooh 10/1
Ndaawi 10/1
Liari 12/1
Ose Partir 14/1
Eagle Fang 14/1
Cossack Chach 20/1
Miss Manzor 20/1
Royal Way 20/1
Nara 25/1
Barrier 25/1
Karia Des Blaises 33/1
Pacini 33/1
Roaring Legend 33/1
Palamon 33/1
Latin Verse 33/1
Spiced Rum 33/1
Timeless Piece 33/1
An Bradan Feasa 40/1
Bright Legend 40/1
Kaleosun 40/1
Les Loyautes 40/1
Spinning Web 40/1
Harsh 50/1
Torneo 50/1
Pigeon House 50/1
Hamsiyann 66/1
Teorie 66/1
Eagles Reign 66/1
Kimy 66/1
Ithaca's Arrow 66/1
Balboa 80/1
Kourosh 80/1
Kartoon And Co 80/1
Through The Ages 100/1
Hey Whatever 150/1
Mordor 150/1
Roboreti 150/1

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2023 Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle Preview & Betting Tips - Cheltenham Festival - Will Smith

2023 Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle Preview & Betting Tips – Cheltenham Festival – Will Smith


Having looked at the two premier staying Grade 1’s at the Cheltenham Festival for the ante-post seriesGold Cup and Stayers Hurdle, I’ll give you 10 guesses as to the identity of the next race under the microscope.

Champion Hurdle, Champion Chase? Arkle or Brown Advisory? No… maybe the Mares Hurdle or Triumph Hurdle. Wrong again.

It is in fact one from way out of left field – the Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle, which will be run at 4.40 on Tuesday 14th March at the 2023 Cheltenham Festival.

Truth be told, ante-post betting for the Cheltenham Festival is less about looking at certain races in a predictable order, and more looking for value betting opportunities, with as much in your favour as possible.

That’s what I feel we have in taking 14/1 each-way for 5 places with William Hill, who are ‘Non Runner, Money Back,’ about the Gary Moore-trained juvenile Perseus Way.

16/1 is available in various places, and various combinations of 5 places, NRNB and best price may be out there if you search hard enough. But for the purposes of availability and the P/L for this column, 14/1 each-way with William Hill is the advised bet.

Perseus Way isn’t entered in the Triumph Hurdle, so we know that the plan since his resounding win in the Chatteris Fen at Huntingdon is presumably the Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle.

As with any handicap at the Cheltenham Festival, weights and handicap ratings will be finalised some time after the entries, but there have been a number of ‘fishing’ entries for various likely Irish-trained horses, as is common every year.

Chief among the more likely Irish horses would be Tekao, but he needs to run a third time to qualify, and a run that was ‘too good’ in the Spring Juvenile Hurdle at Leopardstown this weekend could scupper a potentially nice mark.

One horse who already has an Irish mark is Risk Belle, the Willie Mullins-trained and JP McManus-owned filly. But she may take advantage of a lovely opportunity this weekend, where she has a shot at a €59,000 prize, off her generous mark of 123, in the Paddy Mullins Mares Handicap Hurdle on the Sunday of the Dublin Racing Festival. So, she may be best watched for now.

Perseus Way, I don’t think should be watched however, as his handicap mark of 125 wasn’t touched by the BHA handicapper, despite two horses that his form closely ties in with, fighting out the finish of the Triumph Hurdle trial at Cheltenham’s Trials Day meeting.

Comfort Zone and Scriptwriter have thrust themselves into prominence in the Triumph Hurdle betting, and the two occasions that Perseus Way has mixed it with these two classy types, he perhaps hasn’t been fully extended, while suggesting that he could have the measure of either rival when all out to do so. The way he has been campaigned has strongly suggested the Boodles has been something of a long-term plan.

Perseus Way has shown he handles Cheltenham, he is versatile regards ground, has gained valuable experience, looks ripe for more improvement, and has that tasty mark of 125 to run off.

Given the way juvenile horses have been handicapped more leniently in the last two seasons, that 125 mark would see him get in to the lower reaches of the field nicely too, on the evidence of the last two renewals.

There may be a talking horse or two emerge in the coming weeks for this Festival handicap, but I guarantee very few will have as appealing a profile as Perseus Way does, and so taking that 14/1 each-way with William Hill for 5 places and ‘Non Runner, Money Back,’ could prove very wise.

2022 Tips [expired]

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Will Smith 2022 Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle Tips



Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle Ante-Post Tips - 2022 Cheltenham Festival - Will Smith

Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle Ante-Post Tips – 2022 Cheltenham Festival – Will Smith


No one likes a wise guy (or gal), in any walk of life. And last week was a perfect storm for them – given the release of entries for some of the Grade 1 chases at the Cheltenham Festival, many layers opening up books on Cheltenham Festival handicaps, and a couple of firms also going Non-Runner, No Bet on selected races.

The airwaves were rife with early fancies, snapping up of prices, and wherever there’s those willing to take opportunities presented to themselves, there are as many (if not more) cynics and naysayers. It’s what makes the world go round it seems!

Given a large chunk of my betting methodology is centred around the Cheltenham Festival, I am always on the lookout for opportunities.

When you have fairly liquid, well populated and extensive betting options available almost for months in advance of (sometimes!) predictable events, why would you not try and make a few quid?

So, this time of the year is my busiest time, and last week I was cursing the widescale plunge (if you can call it that) on the Gordon Elliott-trained Britzka for the Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle, run on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival.

Since he ran a mightily eye-catching 3rd in the Grade 2 juvenile hurdle at Leopardstown’s Christmas meeting, behind Triumph Hurdle favourite and stablemate Fil Dor, Britzka was firmly on my radar for the closing handicap on the Tuesday of the Festival.

I was cursing myself (and the wise-guys and gals!) for missing out on an opportunity, as last week he was mentioned on podcasts, video clips and columns left, right and centre – such that the best you could get was 10/1, and some firms had run for cover at 7/1!

Ah well, opportunity missed I concluded.

Fast forward a few days to Sunday of last week, and Britzka was running in the juvenile hurdle used by trainer Gordon Elliott to help prep his last two winners of the Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle – Aramax and Veneer Of Charm. They were both well beaten in the race by the way.

Given Britzka had already won a juvenile hurdle previously, and then ran eye-catchingly well in a Grade 2, a prominent showing just two weeks after that Leopardstown run would place the handicapper and bookmakers on red alert for sure.

So, fully expecting a nice run without being overly knocked about, on a track that favoured prominent racers all meeting, Britzka was given a lovely wide, held-up passage through the race, and then ultimately not given a hard time when his chance had gone.

For the cynics among you who are thinking that I am suggesting that Britzka wasn’t given every chance to win the race, I would suggest I am more likely using my nous to pre-empt the function of the run.

Given it came so soon after a big effort in a Grade 2, and with the notable addition of a tongue-tie, it was eminently predictable that he wouldn’t be at his best.

It was a case of job done for connections in giving him his third run to qualify for the Cheltenham Festival handicap, and the market responded by going from giving Britzka a 12.5% chance of winning the Boodles in a place, before that Fairyhouse run, to in another place, a less than 3% chance of winning. Quite extraordinary! As I wouldn’t mind betting that connections would view his chance to have increased if anything.

That one place is Bet365, and at 33/1 each-way for the Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle, I can’t resist advising trying to take that price about Britzka. I’m fully aware that many won’t be able to even smell that price with that firm, but Britzka is 20/1 with SkyBet, and 16/1 or 18/1 everywhere else.

Anything 16/1 could easily be a shade of value come the day, so take this as my full-on wise-guy selection for the Boodles, and bring on the abuse!

Of course, when handicaps are in mind, much will depend on what the UK handicapper does when entries are out, but I’m not overly fussed on that score. Anything 135 or over would be harsh, but surely on his form, the handicapper can’t justify that high a rating?

Britzka has a remarkably similar profile to Veneer Of Charm and Flaxen Flare, two of Elliott’s three previous winners of the race, and also to Plan A, who was a well backed favourite who finished 4th in the race for Elliott in 2011.

Those three were rated 75, 83 and 72 when they were shrewdly purchased by Elliott, and while Britzka has a little to find on those with his flat rating of 66, it won’t be long before a few flat wins next campaign raise that into the 80’s. Plus, that low a rating would have been a large part in the temptation to buy the horse.

Britzka has other similarities with previous Boodles horses for the yard, in that he has worn headgear on the flat, and could be the recipient of some form of adornment come Tuesday 15th March.

If Britzka was anywhere near last week’s price of between 7/1 and 10/1, I wouldn’t have gone anywhere near writing this piece, but after a run that, in my view, only served to enhance his chances of winning the Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle, my view has changed dramatically.

So, at 33/1 each-way with Bet365, he is a recommendation from me, with the proviso that I would back him at any price down to 16/1.

There are others on my radar for the race, but until price availability on them increases a little, I am going to keep schtum for now…


Andrew Blair White 2022 Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle Tips

Unfortunately we have had a bet fall by the wayside in this race already as Vera Verto wasn’t quite able to scale up the heights of the weights early enough in the season to get herself the ticket to go. We will have to take that on the chin and I am very keen on HMS Seahorse in this race instead, who looks to come in off a very feasible mark of 128 having run in three maidens in Ireland. He bumped into Pied Piper and Vauban the first day, before coming second to The Tide Turns. He won the last day and his jumping seems to be getting better and better, and the likely ground conditions will also suit. A price of 12/1 with Paddy Power, who are offering 6 places, looks absolutely enormous given his profile going into the race.

Vera Verto Non-Runner 2022 (Andrew Blair White Ante Post Selection)



Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle Ante-Post Tips - 2022 Cheltenham Festival - Andrew Blair White

Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle Ante-Post Tips – 2022 Cheltenham Festival – Andrew Blair White


With the action thin on the ground for the next day or two, it seems the ideal time to launch into another look at the ante-post markets for Cheltenham Festival, and to try and get to the bottom of one or two of the handicaps. It may well be fateful words trying to foresee what will happen over the next two months, but some clues are out in the open air and some of the markets are beginning to finally take shape.

My colleague, Will Smith, made a very compelling case for a horse in the Boodles Handicap earlier this week, so check that article / video out when you can, which almost swayed me away from my horse. However, I have a selection for the same race – the Boodles Handicap Hurdle on Day One of the Cheltenham Festival.

The juvenile division is often a hard division to get a handle on, but there are often some decent races which provide good steers. One of those races can often be the 3YO maiden hurdle at Leopardstown on the 27th December. It has been won in the past by types such as Ivanovich Gorbatov and Sir Erec, so the list of honours looks strong. Icare Allen was a nice winner of the race this year, winning snugly on the line and he looks the type of horse to keep improving into a grader performer.

However, that is not the type of horse you need for this race, and it only takes peering a few lengths back from Icare Allen to find Vera Verto – who looks all over a Boodles type for Gavin Cromwell. This filly has ran twice over hurdles thus far, when finishing second by a head at Cork on debut before finishing third in the race at Leopardstown. Both runs were full of promise, and she showed a good aptitude for the game, with some good jumping and an ability to finish her races off well – which will suit given the likely pace of the race in the Boodles.

Cromwell acquired Vera Verto off Jack Davison, who is an up and coming handler on the flat, and this horse showed more than enough ability in that sphere, finishing off her time with Davison with a rating of 86. That is often a nice type of mark to go Juvenile Hurdling with and her two efforts have been filled with considerable promise. To qualify for the handicap at Cheltenham, she will have to run again once more to get her handicap mark, and in truth, she might want to be finishing nearer first than last to ensure she gets in.

However, I have been given a good steer that this horse has only this race in target and there are races at both Fairyhouse and Naas in the coming weeks which will both perfectly fit the bill for what Vera Verto is looking for – as she continues her education. The last four winners of the race have been unexposed Irish raiders and since the race’s inception – there have been four fillies who have won the race, so it can be done and the statistics are not against her.

There are more bookmakers giving out prices for this race than there were around a week ago, and as a result we have some varying prices. Some bookmakers are going 33/1, including SkyBet – who are offering 5 places each way in their Ante-Post terms, which seems highly generous. She is as short as 25s with Paddy Power and William Hill, but that still looks like a tidy price in my eyes and I would be backing her at this stage for any price in excess of 20s. 

However, 33/1 with SkyBet does seem the play on this occasion – and I will be siding with Vera Verto for the Boodles Handicap Hurdle on Tuesday at Cheltenham.

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Will Smith Betting Tips - CHELTENHAM 2021 - Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle

Will Smith Betting Tips – CHELTENHAM 2021 – Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle


Earlier this week, Nicky Henderson threw the curveball of Champ running in the Game Spirit Chase over 2m at Newbury on Sunday, as his prep run for the 3m2f Cheltenham Gold Cup in just over four weeks’ time.

It is these next few weeks where connections will do everything possible to ensure they get their horses to their Cheltenham Festival target in the rudest of health, but also there will be some rushing around to ensure horses are qualified for certain races.

The Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle, now being run on the opening Tuesday, is one such race – as the four-year-olds in question need to have had three runs over hurdles to qualify. A quick glance at the market with many bookmakers features a whole host of horses who haven’t satisfied such requirements.

When entries for the race close next Tuesday, we will see a refined market, but it might be worth investing each-way bets now in two horses who look very likely to head here, and are both double figure prices, despite having Grade 1-placed juvenile form to push their claims.

Saint Sam at 10/1 and Busselton at 14/1 are both top price with William Hill, who are also offering five places for each-way bets on the Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle. Not only that, but they both represent the two strongest pieces of juvenile form on either side of the Irish Sea so far this season.

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Saint Sam has had six hurdle starts, three in his native France and then three for Willie Mullins, winning two of them. Despite yet to win for the Mullins juggernaut, he has strongly suggested that he is improving, confirmed by the fact that he was beaten under 6 lengths on his last two starts, behind the two Gordon Elliott-trained horses that sit atop the Triumph Hurdle market, Zanahiyr and Quilixios. On both occasions, he was value for more than the bare form.

Saint Sam has an official Irish handicap hurdle mark of 136, which will be re-adjusted to somewhere in the low 140’s you would imagine by the UK handicapper. It would give him near top weight in the race, but he has earnt that, and will surely take in the Boodles as a more likely winning option, compared to the Triumph, given he has been beaten fair and square by the aforementioned Elliott-trained pair, and Mullins also has French Aseel to run in the Triumph.

Busselton is less experienced, having had only the three hurdle starts, and indeed only two have come on this side of the English Channel for Joseph O’Brien. These were the same two Graded races that Saint Sam was involved in behind Zanahiyr and Quilixios. Busselton was second in the Grade 2 at Leopardstown at Christmas, and then third in the Grade 1 at the Dublin Racing Festival, and has been allotted a mark of 133.

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This would suggest he has a bit to find with Saint Sam, and while that may be the case on form, he is open to a chunk of improvement for the same trainer that won the Boodles in 2019 with Band Of Outlaws.

Joseph O’Brien might have a decent hand in the race, as he will probably also saddle Druid’s Altar, who won the race at Naas last weekend that has thrown up the last two winners of the Boodles. While, Gordon Elliott and Paul Nicholls are dab hands at getting a juvenile to produce an improved performance in this race.

But I see no reason to divert away from the proven Graded form of Saint Sam and Busselton, at 10/1 and 14/1 respectively now, both with William Hill.

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bet365
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Virgin Bet
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William Hill
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Betfred
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CopyBet
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Coral
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