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Mares Hurdle Ante Post Betting

Mares Hurdle Ante Post Betting 1

It sure is going to take you some time to make sense of the runners and riders in this year’s Cheltenham Festival, and with so many different races on offer and so many horses that could land the spoils in each of the, I will try and help you make sense of the Mare Hurdle below.

That race is going to be starting at 16:10 on the 12th of March this year that is subject to the weather conditions of course. Keep in mind though that to get some decent winning payouts you will of course need to bet at a bookies site offering the best odds available.

That is why the odds I will be quoting you today are those that are currently on offer on the Mare Hurdle ante post betting markets at Quinnbet, and when you sign up to that betting site you are going to find plenty of ante post betting markets but will also be able to make use of their welcome offer too.

As for just which horse the majority of punts are of the mind is going to land the spoils in this race, well the one horse that is seeing some continued support is Apple’s Jade who is currently trading at 5/4, but as for just how long does remain to be seen of course.

Second and Third Favourites in the Mares Hurdle

Due to the type of race this is and also the number of runners that are scheduled to take part in it, you will be able to back any horse each-way and take advantage at Quinnbet of one fifth of the win odds on horses that finish first, second and third when betting each-way. Benie Des Dieux at 3/1

The horses that may be worth backing each-way therefore are the current second and third favourites as they do have the best form figures it does have to be said and those two horses for reference if you are interested in backing them each-way are Laurina at 4/1 and also Verdana Blue at 6/1.

Other Runners in the Mares Hurdle

If all goes to plan there will be ten other horses that will be lining up and taking their chances in the Mares Hurdle this year, and with that in mind allow me to now move onto giving you an overview of each of those horses and just how generous or not the odds are being offered on each of them over at Quinnbet.

The next horse in the betting is Stormy Ireland at 10/1 who does look another rock solid each-way chance, and I suppose you could make a case for the next two horses in the betting as far as backing hem each-way goes and those two horses are Limini at 14/1 and La Bague Au Roi at 16/1.

The other horses are Apple’s Shakira, Elimay and Maria’s Benefit all at 20/1, Good Thyne Tara and Cap Soleil at 25/1 and then you have the two outsiders those being Momella and Midnight Tour at 33/1.