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2023 Irish Gold Cup Odds - Galopin Des Champs dominates Leopardstown betting

24 Jan 2023
Jon Vine 24 Jan 2023
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  • Latest odds and betting for the 2023 Irish Gold Cup
  • This historic Grade One takes place at Leopardstown on day one of the Dublin Racing Festival on Saturday 4th February
  • Galopin Des Champs is the 4/11 favourite with bet365
  • Stattler, Conflated and Kemboy also feature in the betting
Irish Gold Cup Odds and Entries
Paul Townend riding Galopin Des Champs clear the last to win The Ladbrokes Novice Chase at Leopardstown. (Getty)

The opening day of racing at the Dublin Racing Festival is headlined by the Irish Gold Cup. This prestigious Grade One has been won by many of Ireland's finest chasers and it's the currently Cheltenham Gold Cup favourite who dominates the betting for this year's renewal.

Let's take a look through the latest Irish Gold Cup betting and run through the headline entries.

2023 Irish Gold Cup Odds

Galopin Des Champs4/11
Fury Road12/1
Envoi Allen12/1

*Odds taken on 24/1/23*

2023 Irish Gold Cup Entries

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Galopin Des Champs' road to the Cheltenham Gold Cup started at Punchestown, where Willie Mullins' star thrashed Fakir D'Oudairies in the John Durkan Memorial Chase. The favourite settled nicely under Paul Townend that day and looked more than ready for the step up to three miles. 4/11 seems like a fair enough price.

Willie Mullins has also entered up Stattler, who was narrowly beaten by Minella Indo on his return to action at Thurles on New Year's Day. Former winner, Kemboy could also run for Ireland's Champion Trainer, along with Cheltenham Gold Cup entrants Franco De Port and Royal Rendezvous.

Conflated could return to defend his crown, having collected his second Grade One victory in the Savills Chase here over Christmas. Fury Road is another possible runner for Gordon Elliott, with Envoi Allen likely to represent Henry De Bromhead and Cheveley Park.

Grand National bound Any Second Now and The Big Dog round off the entries for the main event on day one of the Dublin Racing Festival.

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