Triumph Hurdle Tips, Preview & Odds – Cheltenham Festival 2023
We have Triumph Hurdle tips for you plus the betting odds as our panel of horse racing experts preview one of the big races on day four.
Triumph Hurdle Tips
Take a look at the Triumph Hurdle tips in the video below from our horse racing experts at the 2023 BoyleSports Cheltenham Preview Night as they preview the race’s top prospects.
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Triumph Hurdle Preview
Blood Destiny – Triumph Hurdle Favourite 13/8
The four-year-old started her career in France on the 3rd of April coming second in its first outing over the 1-mile 7-furlong trip in Auteuil before moving to the W-P Mullins team.
Following the switch in trainer, Blood Destiny has been imperious on track first winning on the 1st of December in Cork over a 2-mile 1-furlong trip against a twenty-horse strong field by five lengths from Sir Allen in second. Blood Destiny also won last time out on the 14th of February in Fairyhouse.
That day he beat a seven-horse field by an impressive eighteen lengths. Blood Destiny is a 13/8 favourite to win a third race in a row at Cheltenham.
Lossiemouth – Triumph Hurdle Second Favourite 7/4
The four-year-old is another impressive member of the Mullins ticket for the Triumph Hurdle. This horse boasts an impressive career record of three wins and one second from four races with her most recent race being the only blot on an otherwise perfect card.
That most recent outing came at Leopardstown where she was beaten 2.5 lengths by fellow race contender Gala Marceau over the 2-mile trip in Leopardstown.
However, it is notable that Lossiemouth beat had beaten Gala Marceau by 7.5 lengths over the same trip on the 26th of December. Interestingly, she is another horse that Mullins brought over from Auteil, France like stablemate Blood Destiny.
Lossiemouth is 7/4 to win the Triumph Hurdle at Cheltenham 2023.
Gala Marceau – 4/1
Another impressive four-year-old who can also be credited to the W-P Mullins ticket and who also came from France. Gala Marceau ran its last race in Auteuil before switching stables.
Last time out Gala Marceau won over a 2-mile trip at Leopardstown by 2.5 lengths in front of Triumph Hurdle rival Lossimouth. As mentioned before, Lossiemouth got the better of proceedings between the two in their previous meeting on the 26th of December at the same track over the same distanceby 7.5 lengths.
Gala Marceau is 4/1 to win the Triumph Hurdle.
Zenta – 12/1
Another horse that is part of the W-P Mullins ticket for the Triumph Hurdle near the top of the betting market. Zenta is owned by J-P McManus, a man who is no stranger to success at Cheltenham.
The horse won its first race under the traineeship of Mullins on the 25th of February, winning over the 2-mile ½ furlong trip against a five-horse field by three lengths. The horse boasts a career record of two wins and one-third from three races.
Zenta is 12/1 to win the Triumph Hurdle at the 2023 Cheltenham Festival.
Jipcot – 16/1
The top horse in the market not trained by W-P Mullins is the four-year-old Jipcot who is trained by local Cheltenham trainer Ben Pauling who has taken over the traineeship of the horse only this month.
This is yet another horse which has come from the tracks in France, Jipcot won last time out in Pau over the 2-mile 1 ½ furlong trip beating an eight-horse field by 3.5 lengths.
Jipcot is a 16/1 to win to claim Cheltenham Festival glory on its first outing at the track for Ben Pauling and the team.
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