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Friday 15th March 13:30

Below you'll find our betting tips for the Triumph Hurdle which takes place at 13:30 on Friday 15th March at the 2024 Cheltenham Festival. Our Cheltenham betting tips are provided by WhichBookie racing expert, Will Smith. Read our tips for the Triumph Hurdle below.

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Sometimes there are horses in ante-post markets whose general pattern of support and market movement can easily define the way that modern society is, if you forgive me getting a little sociological about things!

From the point that he crossed the line on Trials Day, over the same course and distance as Friday’s Triumph Hurdle, Sir Gino has been anointed as this year’s Triumph winner, next year’s Arkle winner and Gold Cup winner at some point in the few seasons after that.

However, very much in line with the clickbait, hyperbolic, extremist era that we reside, as the days count down to the Festival, Sir Gino has suddenly lost a leg, missed a month’s work, represents a fiercely out-of-form and potentially virus-ridden yard, and is the lay of the whole week.

The truth, as ever, is probably somewhere in the middle, and will sway pendulum-like towards the negative or positive on smaller factors than the extremes that many will want to purvey. I must admit that looking at things from a calculating and cold betting perspective, I am keen to find each-way alternatives to Sir Gino once declarations are made.

I don’t believe his form amounts to much, and while he was visually very impressive on Trials Day, the substance of the pace, form and scope of the Spring Juvenile Hurdle at the Dublin Racing Festival is way deeper, in my opinion.

Chief among those who could improve hugely from that Spring Juvenile Hurdle is Majborough, who will relish the New Course at Cheltenham, and ran a massive race on his stable debut (given it came in a deep Grade 1.)

Sadly, for these pages, the one casualty of the ante-post recommendations came in this race, as Kala Conti wasn’t confirmed, as she is being kept fresh for the 2m4f Grade 1 Mares’ Novice Hurdle at Fairyhouse at Easter.

But I’m hoping that some kind of return on Majborough will help to patch up that deficit, but we must wait until after declarations for those all-important price boosts and extra places.

Will Smith’s Triumph Hurdle Tips

In previous years, any Cheltenham Festival ante-post recommendations and bets for me would have long got underway, but for a number of reasons, the right opportunities haven’t shown themselves as yet.

However, following the weekend’s Graded action over the course of the two days at Fairyhouse, something has popped up that seems to have flown under the radar of many, and in most cases, the bookmakers have pushed the horse in question out in price, despite significantly enhancing her claims.

The bet recommended is Kala Conti at 33/1 each-way for the JCB Triumph Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival on Friday 15th March next year, following an outstanding run when just touched off in the closing stages of Sunday’s Grade 3 Juvenile Hurdle at Fairyhouse.

The bias towards horses that actually win races was evident as Nurburgring was trimmed in a few places, as opposed to Kala Conti, who was available at between 16/1 and 20/1 before Sunday, she can now be backed at 33/1 with Bet365 or Boylesports, and also in a few other places.

Yes, she was beaten, but there are any number of reasons to think that she significantly advanced her claims to being towards the top of the pecking order of not just the juveniles at Gordon Elliott’s yard, but the whole crop of 3-year-olds that we have seen this side of Christmas.

There were three other races over hurdles on the Fairyhouse card, with two of them being over the same trip of 2m, and the other the Grade 1 Hattons Grace Hurdle over 2m4f. When you consider the upcoming points, keep in your mind that Kala Conti did all of the donkey work in the Grade 3 Juvenile Hurdle, and still nearly rallied to beat Nurburgring.

If you compare the three 2m races, Kala Conti blitzed the Grade 1 Royal Bond field and the 0-145 handicap hurdle field in the mid-section of the race mainly, such that the time Kala Conti and Nurburgring ran was around 2 seconds quicker than either of those two races.

In doing so, Nurburgring and Kala Conti were on a par from the 3rd last hurdle to the line, compared with winner of the Grade 1 Royal Bond. That is some effort, and yes maybe the Royal Bond wasn’t a deep renewal, but for juveniles to be so significantly the quickest on a card featuring two top quality older horse races is not something to be sniffed at.

What perhaps is even more striking is the comparison to be made with a potential Champion Hurdle aspirant Impaire Et Passe, and Teahupoo, a two-time Grade 1 Hattons Grace winner over 2m4f and multiple Grade 2 and Grade 3 winner over 2m – the pair pulling clear in the Hattons Grace on Sunday.

They didn’t go that quick early or in the mid-section of the Hattons Grace, but even still, that Kala Conti ensured she and Nurburgring ran from the final hurdle on the previous circuit to the finish line, 2.2 seconds quicker than Impaire Et Passe and Teahupoo is highly creditable. Those two Hattons Grace principals did their catching up from 3 out to the line, where they ran 2.7 seconds quicker than Kala Conti and Nurburgring.

So, despite setting strong fractions, and being miles ‘ahead’ midway, Kala Conti was still able to mix it enough in the closing stages to only run from 3 out to the line 2.7 seconds slower than a genuine Champion Hurdle candidate and a top notch multiple 2m4f Grade 1-winning hurdler.

That is pretty extraordinary to my eye.

You’re probably wondering why I’m not also recommending Nurburgring for the Triumph Hurdle too, and I did consider it. But given he has had much more racecourse experience, including 5 runs on the flat, and 9 under rules in total now, there is much more scope for Kala Conti to improve further.

Plus, Nurburgring I think shows a liking for soft ground, whereas watching the way Kala Conti moves over the ground, I would be fairly sure she could improve for better ground too. She was razor sharp at her hurdles, and the fact that she was still able to be so strong at the end of a well-run race suggests she will relish the demands of a Triumph Hurdle, and the 2m1f on the New Course at the Cheltenham Festival.

Gordon Elliott has shown a tendency to use this Grade 3 at Fairyhouse in recent seasons to test his potential Triumph Hurdle horses – Mega Fortune was 3rd at Fairyhouse in 2016, before finishing 2nd at Cheltenham; Coeur Sublime chased home stablemate Chief Justice here in 2018 before claiming the runner-up spot in the Triumph; Zanahiyr won at Fairyhouse in 2020 and then was 4th behind Quilixios at Cheltenham; while Fil Dor won the Grade 3 in 2021 and went on to chase home the brilliant Vauban in a very strong renewal of the Triumph.

There are two other notable juvenile hurdlers in the Elliott yard – Wodhooh and Mighty Bandit, but I can’t help feel that Elliott doesn’t think either could lay a glove on Kala Conti. Of course, given it’s the Triumph Hurdle, and a quick scan of the horses priced up see a whole host of Willie Mullins-acquired ex-French juveniles, and it’s safe to suggest that something will pop out of the woodwork.

But, in saying that, they would have to go some to match Kala Conti for me, if she ran the same kind of race at Cheltenham in a few months’ time. She could test her credentials again at Leopardstown either at Christmas or at the Dublin Racing Festival, and a good show at either would mean that the 33/1 each-way on offer now would surely be a distant memory come March.


Triumph Hurdle
DateTimeDistanceType
Fri 15/03/202413:302m 139yHurdle

The Triumph Hurdle is the opening race of day 4 of the Cheltenham Festival. It’s run on the New Course over a distance of 2 miles and 1 furlong and is open to juvenile hurdlers aged four years and over.

The race features 8 hurdles to be jumped and is one of the most prestigious juvenile hurdle races in the National Hunt calendar. Past winners of note include the likes of Katchit, Tiger Roll, and Pentland Hills.

Triumph Hurdle Odds

Selection Odds
Sir Gino 13/8
Majborough 4/1
Salvator Mundi 13/2
Kargese 8/1
Nurburgring 11/1
Salver 11/1
Storm Heart 12/1
Bunting 18/1
Ethical Diamond 20/1
Fratas 25/1
Highwind 40/1
Mighty Bandit 40/1
Peking Opera 66/1
Ithaca's Arrow 80/1
Szafran 200/1

Previous Tips

2023 Tips [expired]

Steve Mullington’s Triumph Hurdle Tips

Two Willie Mullins-trained entries head the betting for the Triumph Hurdle but my preference is with the filly, Lossiemouth.

After two wins in December, she really had the hat-trick at her mercy at the Dublin Racing Festival but things went slightly amiss during her run. After a clipping of heels coming together with Jourdefete, she struggled to make up the lost ground and her bid was over.

You would like to think both trainer and jockey will utilise her fillies allowance here and she’s a big player to say the least.

Perm Blood Destiny and Zenta with the NAP and you won’t be far off landing the first race forecast on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival.

2022 Tips [expired]



Triumph Hurdle Ante-Post Tips - 2022 Cheltenham Festival - Andrew Blair White

Triumph Hurdle Ante-Post Tips – 2022 Cheltenham Festival – Andrew Blair White


After a small bit of time to digest, it was a wonderful weekend of action at both the Dublin Racing Festival and at Musselburgh and Sandown over the weekend. There was a combination between proper Grade 1 racing, tasty handicaps and of course, some Gallant John Joe propaganda. We are now just over a month until the big meeting in Cheltenham, and we have to begin ramping up the content for the iconic four days. There may have been some great pointers, but I am going to highlight a case for a horse who was well beaten on Saturday, but the market reaction may have been a tad strong.

The race is the Triumph Hurdle, which has largely been a dormant betting heat for the majority of the season but has sprung into life over the last two weeks. That is due to a formline from Punchestown earlier this season, which time has been very friendly to. Pied Piper beat Vauban in a thrilling finish on that occasion, and both the first and second went on to win impressively in the meantime. Pied Piper was a fantastic winner at Cheltenham on Trials Day, while Vauban won in decisive fashion at Leopardstown this weekend, beating Fil Dor in taking fashion.

I was a little bit snippy about Vauban going into this weekend, as I felt his reputation was far outweighing what he had actually achieved on the track thus far. He quickly shut down both mine and others’ thoughts with an impressive performance, winning by three lengths and looking like there was still improvement to come. He has shot through into favoritism for the Triumph at Cheltenham, and that is more than fair based on that effort. However, for those that have missed the price, there is not much value in backing 2/1 shots five weeks out from the meeting.

Instead, I want to focus on the horse he conquered on the weekend, Fil Dor. For many months of this season, the gray horse has been perched on top of the betting for this Triumph hurdle, and perhaps due to a disappointing effort on the weekend, and the weight of money on the first two in the market, this horse has quickly been skimmed over. However, I think there are reasons to suggest that the overall price he has gone out to has been a drastic overreaction and now represents some value for those looking to have an angle into the race.

Saturday was Fil Dor’s first defeat since arriving on these shores from France, and his record of three from four for Gordon Elliot has included some excellent performances. He won decisively on his debut for this yard in Down Royal, when beating a subsequent Listed winner in Sea Sessions. He followed up in Fairyhouse at their Hatton’s Grace meeting, and then at Leopardstown over Christmas. He beat Lunar Power on both occasions, who is no more than a fair marker of form, but he was definitely more impressive at Leopardstown.

The key to my argument is ground related with this horse, as he has put up markedly better efforts on his two starts on softer ground rather than quick ground. As much as it is highly unlikely to be heavy ground at Cheltenham, which would suit this horse I think, it is very unlikely to be as quick as he encountered both at Fairyhouse in December and Leopardstown at the weekend. Getting some softer ground, a stronger pace to aim at and a stiff finish, may all suit this horse who is perhaps not blessed with a turn of foot – but is a strong stayer and mostly accurate jumper.

I understand that he may well have to improve a fair bit to reverse form with Vauban and to beat his stablemate, Pied Piper – but the 8/1 available with Bet365 looks a bit of an outrage given his form throughout the season and his likelihood to run a good, solid race. I can’t see him outside the first three in the race and he could well be the first to pounce if something did happen to the two at the top of the market. I think Fil Dor is better than he showed on the weekend, and 8/1 is a very fair price to hope he can turn the tables in the Triumph Hurdle on Friday at Cheltenham.

2021 Triumph Hurdle Tips [expired]



Will Smith Betting Tips - CHELTENHAM 2021 - Triumph Hurdle

Will Smith Betting Tips – CHELTENHAM 2021 – Triumph Hurdle


Of those at the front of the Triumph Hurdle market, if I had to pick out two to fare well in next year’s Champion Hurdle, (which is a notoriously tough thing to do for any horse the season after their juvenile campaign,) then I would pick Zanahiyr and Tritonic. So, the fact they are vying for favouritism for the opening race on Gold Cup day is probably correct.

However, the Triumph Hurdle is a unique test – it is as strong a test of stamina a juvenile hurdler can encounter, and as thus, I would far rather back Quilixios at 11/2 each-way generally to be ideally suited to the rigours of the race.

Any horse that can win over 2m1f over hurdles on heavy ground, beating many subsequent winners, 13 days before it’s official 3rd birthday will have stamina not just in spades, but in the whole toolbag! Don’t forget, many horses running as a two-year-old, even ones who are destined for stamina-defined races, will still be running over 7f or 1m at this stage of their career.

Now, the worry for a horse such as Quilixios, who can perform such a feat before he turned three, would be that he perhaps doesn’t possess the requisite class to go with his staying power. That notion was firmly put to bed by his win in the Grade 1 Spring Juvenile Hurdle at the Dublin racing Festival, in a time that stands up to the closest scrutiny provided by the speedier types, and beating the same horses that ex-stablemate Zanahiyr beat at Christmas.

Given the form that Quilixios showed there, and the fact that he is all but cast-iron guaranteed to improve for the 2m1f test on the stiff New Course, I would genuinely have him close to clear favourite. So, that he is still a generous 11/2 shot, makes him a lovely each-way bet.

There was a rumour that he may run in the Boodles on day two, but that option has been removed after he wasn’t confirmed for the race yesterday, thus leaving the way clear for a bid at the Grade 1 Triumph Hurdle.

Zanahiyr has looked incredibly versatile during his fledgling career, but will he be at his best on the long grind for home in the Triumph. While despite Tritonic taking to hurdles very nicely indeed, I just can’t shake the impression that when he raced on the flat, the last furlong of his races was consistently the least impressive.

Of those at bigger odds, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Adagio run into the frame and potentially be the best of the British-trained runners, as the David Pipe-Tom Scudamore axis have worked out how to get the best out of him, and that could well suit how Triumph Hurdles are usually run.

But the one I feel they all have to beat is Quilixios, the rubber-stamped stayer, and at 11/2 represents a great value each-way bet generally.

2020 Triumph Hurdle Tips [expired]

A few quick questions for you – which leading trainer has won the Triumph Hurdle in 4 of the last 11 seasons? Which trainer saddled the 1, 2, 3 home in the 2015 Triumph Hurdle? Which handler has also had the well backed 6/5 favourite finish fourth in 2018? Who trained the Triumph runner-up to the mighty Tiger Roll in 2014? Which Lambourn-based trainer (big clue there!) has only one entry in this year’s Triumph Hurdle?

The answer to all of these questions is of course, Nicky Henderson. While the horse in question is Grand Roi, who is a perfect one win from one hurdle start. That hurdle victory came at the unusual venue of Fakenham – not a track that you would normally associate Cheltenham Festival winners with, but it could have been a masterstroke from Henderson, as it can be a tricky place to jump round.

Grand Roi will have learnt plenty, and on the whole jumped fluently. Whether he has another start beforehand remains to be seen, and while he may be deemed too inexperienced to take in the Triumph Hurdle, I’d beg to differ as there are reasons to think otherwise.

Nicky Henderson won last year’s Triumph with Pentland Hills, off the back of one hurdle start. In addition to that, Grand Roi has had plenty of experience with four bumper starts in France and the UK. While his owners are the Million in Mind Partnership, whose modus operandi is to maximise prize money opportunities, before dispersing their horses at the end of each season.

Grand Roi has also had experience of the New course at Cheltenham, when finishing a running on fourth in a Listed bumper on New Year’s Day – a race in which the first four were quicker home from the top of the hill compared with decent hurdle winners on the same card, Protektorat and Summerville Boy. Since then, the second home Ocean Wind has bolted up in a similar race.

At 25/1 with Bet365, and the NRNB concession, he could just about represent the best value bet of the Festival at this stage. The market has focused on Goshen, Allmankind and Aspire Tower for obvious reasons, but regularly this race is more open than early market moves dictate.

Ahead of a potential run this weekend at Haydock or Exeter – Storm Denis allowing – Paul Nicholls’ Sir Psycho is well worth chancing at 50/1 also, or 33/1 NRNB.

The last time we saw him he made light work of a useful older rival in a decent time for a juvenile on soft ground. Sir Psycho may be more of a Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle project, but he certainly wouldn’t be out of place in a Triumph.

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