Irish Gold Cup Betting Odds At Leopardstown For Dublin Racing Festival | Saturday 5th February
Minella Indo is being backed to win the Irish Gold Cup at Leopardstown on Saturday, with BoyleSports ambassador Robbie Power all set to take the ride in the Grade One contest.
The 2021 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner has run twice this season finishing third behind Frodon in the Champion Chase at Down Royal before being pulled up in the King George at Kempton at Christmas.
Watch what he had to say below, as he gears up for a mouth-watering contest.
🙌 Can't wait for the Irish Gold Cup at Leopardstown on Saturday!
🏇 Our racing ambassador @Robbie_Power_ is set to ride current Gold Cup champion Minella Indo!
🤩 What a cracking contest we have 👇
— BoyleSports (@BoyleSports) February 4, 2022
Henry De Bromhead’s nine-year-old Minella Indo is currently 4/1 to win the Irish Gold Cup at the Dublin Racing Festival, with BoyleSports offering 20/1 that he can complete for double and win the Gold Cup again at Cheltenham next month.
Racing fans are excited for the Dublin Racing Festival this weekend with top-class action to look forward to over the two days at Leopardstown. We are seeing support for Minella Indo to win the Irish Gold Cup with his odds at 4/1.
Kemboy and Frodon are priced 3/1 and 4/1, respectively, with Asterion Forlonge also 4/1.
Elsewhere, Gordon Elliott-trained Riviere D’etel is being backed to win the Grade One Irish Arkle Novice Chase with her chances into 9/4 from 3/1 on Friday afternoon. Willie Mullins’ Blue Lord is the 13/8 favourite and remains unbeaten so far this season winning at Fairyhouse and Naas in easy fashion.
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