champion hurdle odds
Champion Hurdle betting, free bets and odds comparison from UK bookmakers
Popular Pages
Cheltenham Festival
Grand National
Free Bets Guide
Free National DVD
FREE Bet Offers






Stan James
Betting Information
Live Horse Racing
Free Bets Guide
Partner Sites
Cheltenham Tips
Cheltenham Festival
Grand National 2017
World Cup Betting
Grand National Runners
Grand National Tips
Grand National Odds
World Cup Odds
Betting Information
Gambling Books
Guide to Online Betting
Privacy Policy

UKfrenzy Media Ltd © 2000 - 2017
All Rights Reserved.
We are Watching Closely

Followers must be 18+ 
Please gamble responsibly  

champion hurdle betting

Smurfit Champion Hurdle - Free Bets and Odds Comparison

Tuesday - Smurfit Champion Hurdle -2017 Champion Hurdle Betting

Tuesday's flagship race is looking like an intriguing contest with all of the main fancies confirming their participation. Heading the market is Colm Murphy's Brave Inca who finished third in last year's running but has impressed since with wins in the December Festival Hurdle and AIG Europe Champion Hurdle.

Stiff competition will come undoubtedly from two-time Champion Hurdle winner Hardy Eustace and an improving Mac's Joy. Bet Now On The Champion Hurdle

Claim Free Bets from UK Bookmakers and Betting Exchanges

Champion Hurdle 2017 Form and Betting Analysis.

A strong looking field for the 2017 renewal and with the weather looking likely to have a major say in the outcome as there is half an inch of rain forecast late on Monday into Tuesday, which if it materialises will almost certainly turn the going soft for the first days racing. This may throw a spanner into the works of a few of the fancied runners no more so than the hot favourite BINOCULAR who although he handled soft ground as a 3yo when trained in France by Elie Lellouche running second at Longchamp over 1 1/4m in a listed race on heavy, but soft testing ground up the Cheltenham hill is a different kettle of fish and this classy speedy and foot perfect hurdler may just be found wanting at the death, remember his only defeat over hurdles came at the festival last year in the Supreme Novices and he wouldn't be the first to succumb to the Cheltenham hill, and at skinny odds I feel he could be worth taking on. Of his rivals I like the look of CELESTIAL HALO who looks a tough as teak decent ex flat performer capable of grinding his opponents down as Paul Nichol's inmate showed at Sandown in his trial and when winning the triumph at last years meeting, but he may also prefer the going to be riding faster than soft. KATCHIT last years winner hasn't looked the same horse in his three starts this term and is going to have to improve a ton to get involved this time around, the Pipe stable is ignored at your peril and OSANA looks set to run a big race and his form reads well with his principle rivals and he was second in the race last year but this years renewal looks decidedly stronger and one feels he may not be good enough.Leading on to Emma Lavelle's CRACKAWAY JACK who like Osana has decent form and was the winner of the Fred Winter last year but once again I feel he will come up short against one or two of these and he too may prefer better ground. Last years third PUNJABI from the Binocular stable of Nicky Henderson is another with claims and his preparation hasn't gone to plan according to Nicky due to the recent poor weather and trial cancellations and he also on all known flat and jump form would be happier on genuine good ground. On to the Irish contingent, as ever they are sending a strong team over with a mixture of old favourites and new equines on the block and old heroes like Brave Inca, Harchibald and Hardy Eustace would send the Guiness tent occupants into raptures should one of that trio manage to win and there wouldn't be a dry eye in the house but realisticly even though BRAVE INCA won the Irish Champion at his favourite Leopardstown in January with a typical gritty performance surely his advancing years count against him, and one could see the lightly raced MUIRHEAD who finished second in that race and who was well backed and travelled strongly throughout only to be outbattled by the old warrior Brave Inca close home but one got the impression that there may be more to come from this horse who was strrongly fancied and started co-fav for last years supreme novices but he made a bad mistake at the first and was never travelling after and finished down the field ( Binocular 2nd in the race ) Noel Meade's charge won't mind the underfoot conditions and if he makes the improvement the trainer expects him to he could be a big priced fly in the Champion Hurdle ointment. Of the other Irish runners the 2007 winner SUBLIMITY should run a good race but will find this field classier than the field he beat two years ago, and it may be the horse he beat into second at leopardstown in December WON IN THE DARK could run a big race but the softening ground will not be in his favour and in all honesty Aintree or Punchestown ( where he was a 10l winner last spring ) on more likely faster ground would be a more likely opportunity for him to get his head in front. SIZING EUROPE is a horse who has been talked up a lot over the last couple of years but has not fulfilled the large expectations of him but on some of his form it would put him bang in the picture. With respect to the remainder of the twenty four declared runners they either don't look quite good enough or they would prefer faster ground. To conclude and advise where the housekeeping and holiday savings should be invested, I feel if Binocular handles the conditions and stays up the hill then he wins but my selection each way has to be MUIRHEAD at around 40/1 could spring a surprise with the likely soft ground being not in the favour of a few of these runners.

Forecast 123 :  1/ MUIRHEAD
                       2/ CELESTIAL HALO
                       3/ BINOCULAR


How Do I Place a Bet Online? Why Should I Compare Champion Hurdle Odds?
Enter an online bookmaker of your choice from below. Register your details, deposit funds and start betting. has created a betting guide to take you through step-by-step how to place a bet. Compare odds to find the best value bet for your money. e.g If you had placed a £10 bet on Hardy Eustace to win. By using our odds comparison, you could have won £400 instead of £330 by taking the price of 40/1 rather than 33/1.

Free Bets from UK Bookmakers

Facebook / Twitter
grand national facebook
grand national twitter
Grand National rss feed
Trusted Bookmakers

Free £50 Bet
paddypower bookmakers
Paddy Power
FREE £20 Bet
FREE £20 Bet

bet365 bookmakers