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TRIUMPH HURDLE BETTING PREVIEWThe final day of the 2021 Cheltenham Festival gets underway with the grade one Triumph Hurdle. It's a Grade 1 National Hunt hurdle race, run over two miles and one furlong, for horses aged four. Unlike the Supreme Novices Hurdle, this race restricts entry to 4-year-old novice hurdlers, eliminating age difference from the factors that decide the race winner. This makes the race the starting platform for many young horses, and it is certainly a race to watch for the future.
The JCB Triumph Hurdle often attracts a maximum field so tactics are crucial, and prominent runners could be at an advantage by keeping out of the carnage further down the field.
Who will win the Triumph Hurdle 2021?We'll take a closer look at this year's JCB Triumph Hurdle and try to determine which horse is likely to prevail in this year's race.
TRITONIC has won both of his hurdle starts so far this year. He won in impressive fashion at Ascot first time out, and then improved to win hard on the bridle in the Adonis at Kempton in February. He also has big field experience from the flat which is a huge positive
ZANAHIYR has two graded victories over hurdles. He took the step up to Grade 2 company in his stride when winning impressively at Leopardstown on Boxing Day and will surely arrive at Prestbury Park with a massive chance.
QUILIXIOS has been absent since landing his third victory at Leopardstown’s Christmas meeting. He was sent to the main Irish trial, the Grade 1 Spring Juvenile Hurdle, and bolstered his credentials with a decisive victory over the Willie Mullins-trained Saint Sam
ADAGIO has plenty of experience around this track as he was runner-up in a Grade Two race here in November before winning the trial for this race the following month with something to spare over Historic Heart. He then landed a Grade One at Chepstow early in the new year getting the better of Nassalam and Houx Gris.
HAUT EN COULEURS, trained by Willie Mullins, is unraced since joining the champion trainer having won in France. He could be the surprise package of this year's renewal.
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TRIUMPH HURDLE TRENDS
- 21 of the last 27 winners won last time out
- 11 of the last 16 winners came from the first four in the betting
- 8 of the last 12 winners were unbeaten over hurdles
- 8 of the last 12 winners won on their last run before the Triumph Hurdle
- 11 of the last12 winners had at least 1 win over 15-17 furlongs
- French-breds have filled 10 of the last 16 places (last 6 runnings)
- Irish have won 5 of the last 8 runnings