2022 Triumph Hurdle Racecard Betting Odds

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 2022 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.

Bet365888sportUnibetMansionBetCoral
Fil Dor4/17/24/17/29/2
In This World12/1-10/110/112/1
Lunar Power10/114/116/114/114/1
Porticello16/114/112/116/116/1
Forever Blessed16/120/120/120/125/1
Benaud20/120/120/122/120/1
Knight Salute20/1-25/118/120/1
Vauban25/122/120/122/125/1
Rocky Man--25/1--
Il Etait Temps--25/1--
Got Glory25/1-25/133/1-
Too Friendly16/1-40/1--
Ben Siegel25/1-40/125/125/1
Skycutter25/1-33/1--
Parmenion25/1-33/1--
Vadaly--20/140/1-
Foxy Girl--40/125/125/1
Gaelic Warrior28/133/133/1--
Rubaud25/1-40/1--
Pied Piper25/1-40/133/1-
Prairie Dancer--33/1--
Champagne Piaff33/133/133/133/133/1
Altesse Du Berlais--33/1--
Intense Raffles--33/1--
Jaramillo--33/1--
Champion Green40/1-20/133/140/1
Iberique Du Seuil40/128/125/140/140/1
One Journey33/1-40/140/1-
Message Personnel--40/1--
You're The Boss--40/1--
Iroko--40/1--
Gentleman Joe66/125/150/133/133/1
Parliament Hill33/1-50/1--
Matterhorn50/140/140/140/140/1
Magistrato33/140/150/140/150/1
Malakahna--50/1-40/1
Yorksea40/1-50/1--
Vera Verto--50/1--
White Pepper50/1-50/1--
Sonning50/1-50/1--
Saint Segal--50/1--
Sea Sessions--50/1--
Realist50/150/150/150/1-
Restitution--50/1--
Ebasari50/1-50/1--
Bell Ex One--50/1--
Brunello--50/1--
Justus--50/1--
Kolisi50/1----
Iceo--50/1--
Oceanline66/150/166/150/150/1
Twilight Twist--66/150/1-
Max Mayhem66/150/166/150/1-
Aliomaana66/1-50/1--
Addosh66/1-66/1--
Caramelised66/1-66/1--
Drop The Pilot--66/1--
Impulsive One--66/1--
Hayedo--66/1--
Knotty Ash--66/1--
Too Bright--66/1--
Mister Allegro66/1-100/133/1-
Greystoke100/1-100/125/1-
Swinging London100/1-100/133/1-
Laishann100/1-100/1-40/1
Feigh66/1-100/1--
Zinc White--100/1-66/1
Tarseem--100/1--
Sacre Pierre--100/1--
Brazil--100/1--
Langafel--100/1--
Koi Dodville--100/1--
George Bancroft100/1-150/1--

The JCB Triumph Hurdle is one of the highlight races of the Cheltenham Festival, with the best four-year-olds in the land competing over two miles and one furlong, with the leading contenders from this race going on to become potential champion hurdlers or champion chasers.

Considering the horses are aged four, we’re often looking at potential rather than a proven track record, with trainer Gordon Elliott looking as though he will be mob-handed for this first race on Day Four of the Festival and that includes Zanahiyr.

Zanahiyr joined the Elliott stable in mid-October and the horse has scored three successive victories, winning a three-year-old Maiden Hurdle before claiming the spoils at Fairyhouse when running in a Grade 3 Juvenile Hurdle over two miles.

The horse was then sent off as the 1/2 favourite in a Grade 2 race at Leopardstown and it’s hard to see him being far away in this clash, with Elliott having high hopes that he can give a good account of himself.

However, the same handler has a number of lively chances for the 2022 Triumph Hurdle and Quilixios has enjoyed a number of decisive victories this season, triumphing by thirteen lengths in a 3YO Hurdle at Punchestown before going on to land a twenty-length win at Down Royal although this will be a far sterner test.

There are contenders from other stables and Adagio looks to be a strong contender from the David Pipe stable, with the German bred horse having run four times already this season and he lowered the colours of the highly-fancied Nassalam when winning the Grade 1 Coral Finale Juvenile Hurdle at Chepstow.

French Aseel has also come short in the betting and has recently joined the Willie Mullins yard which is a telling factor in itself, with the horse claiming a staggering twenty-two length win at Leopardstown to suggest this runner has to be strongly considered.