Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle

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Preview of the Albert Bartlett Handicap Hurdle with predicted winners for the 2021 Cheltenham Festival.

Albert Bartlett Novice Hurdle at Cheltenham
DateFriday, March 19, 2021
Start Time14:50 (GMT+0)
Where to WatchCheltenham live stream at MansionBet
Horses’ Age4+ Years.
Cheltenham Festival Day 4: Albert Bartlett Novice Hurdle

The Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle at Cheltenham Festival is a National Hunt hurdle race. As part of the world-famous Cheltenham Festival, it is registered as the Spa Novices’ Hurdles, with the Grade 1 run on the fourth day.

It’s a relatively recent addition to the Cheltenham Festival, dating back to 2005. The race was added along with several other events when a fourth day was first introduced. It takes place on the final day of the festival, directly preceding the Gold Cup.

Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle: Betting Odds

HorseLatest Odds*
Appreciate It14/1
 Ballyadam 20/1
 Cape Gentleman 20/1
*All odds correct at time of writing

Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle: Tips, Predictions and Previews

This year, the field for the Novices’ Hurdle at Cheltenham is looking fairly even. There are no overwhelming favourites, which should make for an interesting and competitive race. That said, there are definitely a few horses worth keeping an eye on.

Appreciate It is leading the pack at 14/1. That’s a mere 6.7% implied probability, which tells you something about how tight the competition will be. The six-year-old gelding was trained by Willie Mullins, who also trained two of the last five champions.

Also worth keeping in mind is Holymacapony. The four-year-old Irish gelding was trained by Henry De Bromhead and is coming into the race in great form. Holymacapony closely follows Appreciate It as a favourite, with slightly more generous odds of 16/1. Finally, Ballyadam and Cape Gentleman (both 20/1) are also turning heads. The former was trained by Gordon Elliott, boasting an undefeated record in hurdles. The latter was trained by Emmet Mullins, debuting in the National Hunt in December 2020 at the Punchestown Maiden Hurdle.

Novice Hurdle: Recent Winners

2020MonkfishPaul TownendWillie Mullins
2019Minella IndoRachael BlackmoreHenry de Bromhead
2018Kilbricken StormHarry CobdenColin Tizzard
2017PenhillPaul TownendWillie Mullins
2016UnowhatimeanharryNoel FehilyHarry Fry
Source: Wikipedia

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