2022 Pertemps Final Racecard Betting Odds

The Pertemps Final is the second race to be run on St Patrick’s Thursday at the 2022 Cheltenham Festival, which this year actually falls on St Patrick’s Day itself. With the Guinness certain to be flowing, there’ll be mirth aplenty at this famous meeting, but will there be winners aplenty too? Here we bring you the latest information, predictions and betting tips for this listed three mile handicap hurdle, and we also have the latest live odds comparison to ensure you get the best price around, whoever you back.

The race is open to runners aged five years and older, but there has only ever been one five-year-old winner since the race was inaugurated in 1974 (Pragada in 1988) with 12 six-year-olds and 11 seven-year-olds taking the glory along with a smattering of older horses.

Commander Of Fleet14/1--
Dallas Des Pictons20/120/18/1
Come On Teddy16/1--
Sassy Yet Classy25/114/114/1
Mars Harper25/120/116/1
Born Patriot25/120/116/1
Teescomponents Lad-25/1-
Calva D'auge25/125/125/1
Al Dancer20/133/125/1
The Cob25/133/120/1
Stoney Mountain33/125/120/1
De Name Escapes Me33/125/125/1
Deise Aba33/133/125/1
Panic Attack-33/133/1
The Worlds End-33/133/1
Aquila Sky-40/133/1
One For You-40/133/1
Kansas City Chief-50/133/1
Stoner's Choice-33/150/1
South Terrace-33/150/1
Haul Away33/140/166/1
Jersey Wonder-33/166/1
Small Present-50/1-
The Sweeney-50/1-
Boreham Bill-50/166/1
Dell Arca-66/150/1
Flashing Glance-66/1-
Potters Hedger-66/1-
Mr Harp-33/1100/1

The Pertemps Final is the second race on the Cheltenham Festival when it comes to Day Three of the meeting, with this race being run over a distance of three miles and that means a stamina-sapping contest which is almost two circuits of the Prestbury Park track on Thursday 18 March 2022.

There are going to be lots of entries for the Pertemps in the build-up to the big race, although it will be interesting to see which horses make the grade and how the handicapper works out the weights, with twelve obstacles to be completed in total.

The Bosses Oscar currently heads the Pertemps betting market and it would be no surprise if Gordon Elliott landed a victory with this six-year-old, with the horse having previously run at the 2020 Cheltenham Festival and it was a respectable fifth place finished in the Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys' Handicap Hurdle on that occasion.

There was a victory at Thurles this season before second-placed finishes at Navan and Leopardstown, with this horse potentially the market leader although there are going to be some excellent each-way terms should punters want to land bigger prices.

Dandy Mag is also among the favourites and Willie Mullins will have high hopes that his eight-year-old can put on a decent showing, especially when you consider the horse did topple The Bosses Oscar last time out at betting odds of 16/1. Perhaps he will show that this wasn’t a one-off.

Morosini is a six-year-old who runs for Jessie Harrington although the JP McManus-owned horse has plenty to find after finishing well behind Dany Mag at Leopardstown and perhaps it could be worth focusing on the front two in the betting.