Cheltenham Gold Cup Odds – Noble Yeats Fancied In Betting
We have all the latest Cheltenham Gold Cup Odds as the National Hunt racing season is beginning to kick into full swing this winter.
The most notable mover in the horse racing antepost markets is last year’s Grand National winner who has had his odds slashed while there have been plenty of other big movers too. Check out all the odds updates below.
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Noble Yeats Odds Cut For Cheltenham Gold Cup Glory
Noble Yeats is enjoying a surge in antepost bettingsupport after he recorded his second straight victory at Aintree on Saturday.
The Grand National winner proved his liking for the track when a sudden burst of speed before the final fence saw him stride clear of Dashel Drasher and Ahoy Senor to win the BoyleSports Many Clouds Chase by 3¼ lengths.
Noble Yeats Favourite For Aintree Grand National
A rare double in the Grand National next year has been trimmed into 10/1 from 14/1 by BoyleSports, with the Emmet Mullins star also cut into 14/1 from 33/1 for the Gold Cup and 7/1 from 33/1 for the King George.
The seven-year-old horse famously won the Aintree Grand National last year under the ride of Sam Waley-Cohen ahead of Any Second Now. Last year’s Grand National win saw Noble Yeats become the biggest odds winner of the world’s most prestigious horse race in nine years.
The latest odds movement into 10/1 now sees this Emmet Mullins horse as the favourite win at Aintree in 2023 this upcoming year and follow in the footsteps of the legendary Tiger Roll who won the event in both 2018 and 2019.
Ashtown Lad Odds Slashed For Aintree Grand National Success
Ashtown Lad went on to claim the BoyleSports Becher Chase at Aintree for the in-form yard of Dan Skelton and his Grand National chances have since shortened into 20/1 from 50/1.
Antepost Odds Big Movers
At Sandown, Shishkin failed to rediscover his winning form when making his reappearance in the Tingle Creek, but winner Edwardstone is now 4/1 second favourite from 7/1 to win the Champion Chase, while Energumene has strengthened as favourite for two-in-a-row at 7/4 from 2/1.
Jonbon had earlier maintained a perfect start over fences in the Henry VIII Novices’ Chase and is now an odds-on favourite for the Arkle at 4/5 from 2/1.
Lawrence Lyons, spokesperson for BoyleSports said:
There was a real turn of speed from Noble Yeats to score again at Aintree in the BoyleSports Many Clouds Chase and it certainly made antepost punters sit up and take notice.
“A Gold Cup victory at Cheltenham is now being eyed up and we’ve had to go 14/1 from 33/1 given the sudden spike in support.”
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