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2024 Baring Bingham Novices' Hurdle Odds - Ballyburn favourite ahead of Slade Steel

Last updated: 05 Mar 2024
Jon Vine 05 Mar 2024
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  • Latest odds and betting for the 2024 Baring Bingham Novices' Hurdle
  • This Grade One takes place on day two of the 2024 Cheltenham Festival on Wednesday 13th March
  • Ballyburn leads the way in the betting, ahead of Slade Steel and Readin Tommy Wrong
Paul Townend riding Ballyburn (red cap) bypass the last flight of hurdles to win The Tattersalls Ireland 50th Derby Sale Novice Hurdle at Leopardstown. (Getty)

Day two at Cheltenham kicks off with the Baring Bingham Novices' Hurdle. The race formerly known as the Ballymore has been won by future Champion Hurdlers and even future Gold Cup winners down the years, and it's Willie Mullins' top novice who currently heads the market.

Here's the latest Baring Bingham Novices' Hurdle betting and a look at the most likely runners.

2024 Baring Bingham Novices' Hurdle Odds

Slade Steel6/1
Readin Tommy Wrong7/1
Mystical Power8/1
Ile Atlantique8/1
Caldwell Potter10/1

2024 Baring Bingham Novices' Hurdle Entries

Ballyburn has sat atop the Baring Bingham betting since the start of the season and his price shortened following an easy Grade One win at the Dublin Racing Festival. That victory came over the minimum distance, though, and Ballyburn is currently a shorter price for the Supreme Novices' Hurdle.

If Ballyburn did run on day one, then Readin Tommy Wrong and Ile Atlantique, the winner and second from last month's Lawlor's Of Naas Novice Hurdle, will spearhead Mullins' challenge. Willie has also entered Billericay Dickie, Mystical Power, Predators Gold, Absurde, Mercurey and Mistergif.

Caldwell Potter landed the Grade One at Leopardstown over Christmas for Gordon Elliott, and could have his first start for Paul Nicholls on day two of the Cheltenham Festival. Elliott could still be represented by Farren Glory and Staffordshire Knott, while Henry De Bromhead's Slade Steel sits prominently in the market.

Harry Fry could be represented by Gidleigh Park on day two of the Cheltenham Festival. Paul Nicholls could run Captain Teague as well as Caldwell Potter. Nicky Henderson, meanwhile, has handed entries to Jango Baie, Jingko Blue and Lucky Place.

Other possible Baring Bingham runners include Neil King's Lookaway, No Flies On Him for Eddie O'Grady, Ben Pauling's Handstands and Johnnywho for Jonjo O'Neill.

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