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JCB Triumph Hurdle 2023 Offers & Betting Guide


Date: Friday, 17 March 2023 (13:20)

Type: Grade 1 National Hunt Juvenile Hurdle Race

Distance: 2 Miles & 179 Yards

Age Of The Horse: Four Years Old Only

The 2022 JCB Triumph Hurdle will take place on the fourth and final day of the upcoming Cheltenham Festival, Friday 18 March being the JCB Triumph Hurdle date. It is the biggest afternoon of the meeting when the Gold Cup takes centre stage and the stands will be packed to witness one of the standout fixtures on the UK horse racing calendar. Millions more will follow the action around the world live on TV. So, don’t miss your chance and make sure to get the most of your bet with Cheltenham betting offers, both for new and existing customers.

About JCB Triumph Hurdle

The JCB Triumph Hurdle is the premier Grade 1 race for National Hunt juveniles and restricted to horses aged four. Established in 1939, the race was initially held at Hurst Park until the Surrey track’s closure in 1962. Following a three-year hiatus, the Triumph returned at Cheltenham in 1965 first at the April Meeting.

This race then moved to the Festival in 1968 where it has been run ever since. Besides a number of precocious winners, equine greats including Persian War, Kribensis, Commanche Court, Katchit and Tiger Roll all tasted victory in the Triumph before going onto even greater things. It is thus a launchpad for careers, but has proved tricky for punters to find the winner on a number of occasions throughout its history. You can see all the latest JCB Triumph Hurdle offers, entries and betting tips right here.

Antepost Runners & Favourites

All major online bookmakers will make their antepost markets for the Triumph Hurdle available soon enough and this will allow punters to get in early and back their preferred runner. With antepost betting, the sooner you get your cash down the better the odds on your chosen horse will be. Act now to get a much better quote than the one given to those leaving their bets until the week of the race or even the day of the contest.

Shrewd backers love antepost betting as it gives them the chance to really profit from their knowledge and deliver a body blow to the bookies. At this early stage there’s also a degree of uncertainty amongst the trading teams of different firms and that’s music to the ears of value hunters. If, for example, most firms are 10/1 on a horse winning a big race at the Cheltenham Festival but you shop around, do your homework and find a site offering 14/1, that rates as a great bet. You can then get your cash down confident in the fact you have the value working in your favour and that allows you to enjoy the contest, whatever the result. Horse racing betting isn’t just about picking the winner, it’s has as much to do with getting it at the right price.

Antepost betting, like all forms of gambling, comes with risks, however, so don’t allow yourself to get carried away by the eye-catching odds. When betting before the final field has been declared you run the risk of your horse not entering the race you backed it to win. For example, it could be pushed into another contest at the festival or could even bypass Prestbury Park entirely. If that were the case you would lose your stake without ever getting a run for your money.

Check out our Cheltenham Festival Betting Guide for the list of TOP 15 betting sites to place a bet on upcoming Festival.

JCB Triumph Hurdle 2023 Betting Offers

As the Cheltenham Festival 2022 approaches you will notice bookmakers ramp up their offers, promotions and specials. There will be no lack of JCB Triumph Hurdle offers either. The promos available to new and existing customers are updated every year to ensure they remain fresh, appealing and ahead of the game.

We can get an idea of what to expect this spring by looking back at deals that were popular with backers in previous festivals, however. These included free bets, cash back, faller insurance, price boosts and extra places each-way.

Race Stats & Trends

Many backers looking to get their cash down on the winner of the JCB Triumph Hurdle enjoy flicking through the trends, looking for any hints or clues from recent years that may throw up the winner of the 2021 renewal. Below you will find details on the leading jockey in this race as well as the trainer that has provided more champions than any other.

JCB Triumph Hurdle Betting Guide

Enjoy Perks of Antepost Market

Antepost betting is all about weighing up risk vs reward. Does the price cover the danger of your chosen horse not running in the race you backed it to win? Anything can happen between now and the off. Your pick could lose form and be pulled from the festival or even suffer injury. It may go on a run of wins, forcing traders to slash the odds. The sooner you bet on the JCB Triumph Hurdle 2022, the better the price you’ll get. Keep your eye on results, times, interviews, trials and even JCB Triumph Hurdle tips to give yourself the best possible chance of beating the bookies.

Get Access to Live Streaming

Live betting is available at ever major bookmakers where it may be referred to as live streaming. This service covers all major UK and Irish horse racing, including the 2021 Cheltenham Festival. It allows you to watch the race through an HD quality live stream at no extra charge. That means you will never again miss a race. If you backed a horse in the contest you can follow its progress on your desktop computer at home or when out and about using your mobile app. It is the modern way to bet on horse racing.

JCB Triumph Hurdle Past Winners

Last 10 JCB Triumph Hurdle winners:

2019 Race Recap

The 2019 JCB Triumph Hurdle was won by Penland Hills who was ridden by Nico de Boinville and trained by Nicky Henderson. It was the second horse in five years to be trained by Nicky Henderson and win the race, the fourth in the last 11 renewals.

Pentland Hills caused a shock result that day when being sent off a 20/1 no hoper but rallying to beat Coeur Sublime by three lengths which was an astonishing feat. The second was also a 20/1 shot that day and there weren’t too many on the forecast, that’s for sure. Gardens of Babylon was back in third to complete the major places at 9/1.

JCB Triumph Hurdle Key Trials

Pay close attention to the 2019/20 National Hunt season and you will notice a number of key trial races for the Cheltenham Festival scheduled, including trials for the Triumph Hurdle. The results of these are important as it serves as an indicator to which horses will run in which races at Prestbury Park. Below you’ll find a list of trial races, results, times and other useful information. This section of the site will be updated as and when results filter through. Worth doing when preparing your JCB Triumph Hurdle betting.

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