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2023 Supreme Novices' Hurdle Odds and Entries - Facile Vega tops list of 67 entries

25 Jan 2023
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Jon Vine 25 Jan 2023
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  • Latest odds and betting for the 2023 Supreme Novices' Hurdle
  • This Grade One takes place on day one of the Cheltenham Festival on Tuesday 14th March
  • 67 horses were entered at the first stage of Supreme entries
  • Facile Vega, Marine National, Tahmuras and Impaire Et Passe featured in the entries
Supreme Novices' Hurdle Odds and Entries
Facile Vega (right) beating American Mike in The Weatherbys Champion Bumper on day two of The Festival at Cheltenham Racecourse. (Getty)

The 2023 Cheltenham Festival opens with a bang, as many of the best young hurdlers in the sport battle it out in the Supreme Novices' Hurdle.

The initial entries for the 2023 Supreme were revealed at the end of January. Here's a look through the current Supreme Novices' Hurdle betting and a rundown of the most likely runners.

2023 Supreme Novices' Hurdle Odds


Name
Odds
Facile Vega8/11
Marine Nationale5/1
Impaire Et Passe10/1
Gaelic Warrior12/1
Tahmuras12/1
Rare Editions12/1
Bar16/1

*Odds taken on 25/1/23*

2023 Supreme Novices' Hurdle Entries 


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The hot favourite to win this year's Supreme is Facile Vega. Willie Mullins' Champion Bumper winner has maintained his unbeaten record since switching to hurdling, landing his second Grade One at Leopardstown over Christmas, and most bookmakers list Facile Vega as the odds-on favourite.

Willie Mullins accounts for 16 of the 67 entries. Impaire Et Passe and Gaelic Warrior have been entered up, but the betting suggests that both could be switched to the Ballymore. Dark Raven, Hunters Yarn, Il Etait Temps, Tactical Move and Parmenion could all join stablemate Facile Vega in the Supreme.

Sitting closest to the favourite in the current market is Barry Connell's Royal Bond winner, Marine Nationale. Paul Nicholls' Tahmuras is the highest-placed home entrant in the betting following his Grade One victory in the Tolworth. Charlie Longsdon's Rare Edition and Joseph O'Brien's High Definition also sit prominently in the market.

Henry De Bromhead could be represented by the unbeaten Inthepocket. Nicky Henderson has handed entries to Jet Powered and Luccia. Olly Murphy is also double-handed, with Chasing Fire and Strong Leader featuring in the betting.

Other possible Cheltenham Festival runners include Irish Point, Champ Kiely, Authorised Speed, L'Astroboy, Hullnback, Doctor Bravo and Fennor Cross.
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