2023 Triumph Hurdle Betting Odds & Racecard

The JCB Triumph Hurdle is the opening race of the final day of the Cheltenham Festival and this Grade 1 contest is a fantastic way to get things started on the day of the Gold Cup. Run over a distance of two miles and one furlong, with eight hurdles to skip over, it is open to four-year-old runners only and has been run since 1939. There have been some famous winners in the past – including three-time Champion Hurdle winner Persian War – but who will take the glory in the 2023 renewal? Here we bring you the latest predictions, betting tips and live odds comparison to help you decide which runner to back, either to win or each way.

Losange Bleu25/1
Piz Badile25/1
Temple of Artemis25/1
Your Eyes Only33/1
Zarak The Brave33/1
Bo Zenith33/1
Gala Marceau33/1

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The opening race on Day Four of the 2023 Cheltenham Festival is the Triumph Hurdle, with Quilixios the most recent winner of a race which saw Rachael Blackmore play a starring role. It was the first time that trainer Henry de Bromhead won this race although the Irish handler might have a few livewires lining up to run over a stiff two miles.

It is Fil Dor who has emerged as the 2023 Triumph Hurdle betting favourite, with Gordon Elliott returning to the Cheltenham Festival after having missed the 2021 renewal. There is plenty to like about a four-year-old who has scored victories at Down Royal, Fairyhouse and Leopardstown.

The Boxing Day win in the Knight Frank Juvenile Hurdle saw the horse win by seven lengths and that means that Fil Dor is the Triumph betting favourite, with the charge a decent each-way price for those who are betting on Cheltenham non runner no bet.

Dan Skelton also has an interesting runner among the Cheltenham Festival betting favourites, with In This World having come over from France in 2021 and there was an impressive six-length victory in the Jewson Leamington, Rugby Road Juvenile Hurdle which could pave the way for further success.

Icare Allen runs in the famous JP McManus colours, with the Willie Mullins four-year-old having won a three-year-old hurdle over the festive season. Over two miles, the horse won by three lengths and we can see this being a good Cheltenham bet each-way.