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2024 Stayers' Hurdle Odds - Irish Point and Teahupoo vying for favouritism

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04 Feb 2024
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Jon Vine 04 Feb 2024
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  • Latest odds and betting for the 2024 Stayers' Hurdle
  • This Grade One takes place on day three of the 2024 Cheltenham Festival on Thursday 14th March
  • Irish Point and Teahupoo are locked in a battle for favouritism
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Jack Kennedy riding Irish Point clear the last to win The Jack de Bromhead Christmas Hurdle at Leopardstown. (Getty)

The oldest of the four championship races at the Cheltenham Festival is the Stayers' Hurdle. 12-year-old Sire Du Berlais claimed a shock victory for Gordon Elliott at last year's meeting, and it's two of his younger stablemates who're currently locked in a battle for favouritism.

Here's the latest Stayers' Hurdle betting and a look at the most likely runners.

2024 Stayers' Hurdle Odds


Name
Odds
Teahupoo10/3
Irish Point10/3
Impaire Et Passe6/1
Crambo7/1
Noble Yeats8/1
Sir Gerhard9/1
Bar12/1

2024 Stayers' Hurdle Entries


With French star, Theleme now missing the Stayers' Hurdle through injury, Irish Point and Teahupoo sit atop the market. Last year's third, Teahupoo beat Impaire Et Passe on his only start of the season in the Hatton's Grace. Fellow Robcour representative, Irish Point joined his stablemate at the head of the betting following a superb victory in the Christmas Hurdle at Leopardstown.

Baring Bingham winner and current Champion Hurdle second-favourite, Impaire Et Passe has been handed a Stayers' Hurdle entry by Willie Mullins. Willie could run another former winner of that Grade One, Sir Gerhard, with Monkfish also likely to represent Ireland's Champion Trainer following his victory in the Galmoy Hurdle.

Fergal O'Brien's Crambo can be backed at a single-figure price, having made his breakthrough at Grade One level in the Long Walk Hurdle at Ascot. Emmet Mullins' looks set to run former Grand National winner Noble Yeats, after he bounced back to winning ways in the Cleeve Hurdle at Cheltenham.

Former champion, Paisley Park looks set to represent the older brigade, along with defending champion Sire Du Berlais and last year's runner-up, Dashel Drasher. Home By The Lee will be hoping to build on his fifth-place finish 12 months ago. Ballyadam, Blazing Khal and Ashdale Bob could also fly the flag for Ireland.

Ahoy Senor, Flooring Porter, Good Time Jonny and Janidil have been entered, but seem more likely to remain over fences. Other possible runners on day three of the Cheltenham Festival include Botox Has, Champ, Beacon Edge, Buddy One, Nemean Lion and West Balboa.

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