2023 Mares Hurdle Betting Odds & Racecard

The Mares’ Hurdle is one of four Grade 1 races on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival. As the name suggests, this race – which is run on the Old Course over a distance that is just shy of two miles and four furlongs – is open to fillies and mares only, and it has been run since 2008. Here we bring you our predictions for the 2023 renewal with our betting tips for the race and live odds comparison to ensure you get the best odds possible.

Marie's Rock6/14/1
Brandy Love8/18/1
Queens Brook10/111/1
Love Envoi10/114/1
Party Central16/112/1
Royal Kahala14/114/1
Allegorie De Vassy14/114/1
Echoes In Rain10/120/1
Santa Rossa-16/1
Theatre Glory18/120/1
Stormy Ireland-20/1
Martello Sky-20/1
Mrs Milner25/120/1
Burning Victory33/120/1
Heaven Help Us33/133/1
Hors Piste-33/1
Night And Day33/133/1
Nurse Susan33/133/1

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There will be lots of 2023 Cheltenham Festival bets being placed when it comes to the fifth race on Day One of the meeting. The Mares Hurdle is always a popular betting heat, with some of the leading mares in the UK and Ireland and competing in this Group 1 encounter which takes place shortly after the 2023 Champion Hurdle.

Stormy Ireland will run for Willie Mullins and the Irish trainer has an amazing record when it comes to the Mares Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival. There was the consistently strong performances of Quevega, while Glens Melody, Vroum Vroum Mag and Benie Des Dieux has also obliged for one of the most successful handlers in Cheltenham history.

The eight-year-old recently won on New Year’s Day when obliging in the competitive Relkeel Hurdle. There was plenty to like about this success in the Group 2 encounter, with McFabulous and Guard Your Dreams among the other competitors in the race and Mullins will surely direct the horse towards this race next.

However, many Cheltenham Festival betting sites have Telmesomethinggirl as the market leader for the 2023 Mares Hurdle betting market, with Henry de Bromhead having high hopes for a filly who won the Parnell Properties Mares' Novices' Hurdle twelve months ago, with the horse running strongly at Leopardstown over the festive period.

There are going to be some Cheltenham enhanced odds available for this race and that could bring other horses into sharper focus. Royal Kahala actually won the Irish EBF Mares Hurdle over Christmas and she could be a good each-way Cheltenham Festival bet.

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