2023 Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle Betting Odds & Racecard

The Albert Bartlett Hurdle is run over a distance of three miles on the New Course on the final day of the 2023 Cheltenham Festival. One of a clutch of relatively new races at the Festival, it was introduced in 2005, but it has already garnered a lot of fans as this Grade One race provides an entertaining starter to the main course of the Cheltenham Gold Cup that follows shortly after. But which of the runners will triumph this year? Here we’ll tell you our predictions and betting tips and we’ve also got the latest live betting odds to help you get the best value.

American Mike9/17/1
Redemption Day10/116/1
Facile Vega12/120/1
Deeply Superficial20/1-
Hunters Yarn-20/1
Jet Powered-20/1
Saint Palais-20/1
Uncle Phil-20/1
Lisnagar Fortune25/120/1
James's Gate25/120/1
Gaelic Warrior-25/1
An Tobar-25/1
Dark Raven-25/1
O'moore Park25/125/1
Polo Lounge25/125/1
Sir Argus-25/1
Issuing Authority25/133/1
Seabank Bistro40/120/1
Tag Man33/133/1
Rath Gaul Boy33/133/1
The Mediator-33/1
The Model Kingdom-33/1
Hiddenvalley Lake33/133/1
Absolute Notions33/133/1
Ballybough Native-33/1
Barry The Butcher-33/1
Dorans Weir-33/1
Dr Eggman-33/1
Embassy Gardens33/133/1
Firm Footings-33/1
Foxfire Glow-33/1
Music Drive50/125/1
Arctic Bresil40/140/1
Top Speed66/133/1
Sandor Clegane66/133/1
Shanbally Kid50/150/1
Monbeg Park50/150/1
Night And Day80/1100/1
Clear The Runway-100/1

The 2023 Albert Bartlett Hurdle is shaping up nicely, with this being one of the highlight Cheltenham Festival horse races on Day Four of the 2023 Cheltenham Festival meeting.

As far as Cheltenham betting tips are concerned, we are struggling to see past the impressive Blazing Khal who looks like a strong contender for the Potato Race. Charles Byrnes is the trainer of a horse that returned to the track after a long absence to win a Maiden Hurdle in Galway at the beginning of October.

The six-year-old was then sent off at 9/2 before winning the Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle at Cheltenham Racecourse, with this success in the Grade 2 encounter then propelling the horse to win the Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle. Therefore, there is plenty to recommend a horse who clearly acts at Prestbury Park.

Ginto is another serial winner who looks likely to be among the Cheltenham Festival betting favourites, with Gordon Elliott training a horse that has racked up a number of victories this season. Jack Kennedy was on board the charge when he won a Novice Hurdle over two miles and four furlongs.

Hollow Games was third to Ginto in a New Year race which took place at Naas, with this also being from the Elliott stable and will need to find some improvement to beat Ginto in this Cheltenham Festival race, while Henry de Bromhead has Journey With Me and this was a 3/1 Maiden Hurdle win at Leopardstown.