Sun Racing Stayers' Hurdle Odds

Day 3 - Thursday 12th March 2020 - 3.30pm - Sun Bets Stayers' Hurdle - Grade 1 - 3m

Paisley Park
Paisley Park37/27/236/47/2
Penhill
Penhill-141212-14
City Island
City Island16201616-16
Dickie Diver
Dickie Diver---25--
Faugheen
Faugheen25-20---
Commander Of Fleet
Commander Of Fleet--20---
Bapaume
Bapaume20252516--
Minella Indo
Minella Indo--2020--
Relegate
Relegate--3320--
Sam Spinner
Sam Spinner25251633-18
Lisnagar Oscar
Lisnagar Oscar25-33---
Allaho
Allaho--33---
Birchdale
Birchdale25-33---
Sire Du Berlais
Sire Du Berlais--33---
Supasundae
Supasundae-4020---
Early Doors
Early Doors--50---
Black Op
Black Op66-50---

Odds correct as of 18 March 2019 09:36. Odds subject to change

BEST ODDS
VISIT ODDS
7/2
7/2
7/2
3/1
3/1
6/4
VISIT ODDS
14/1
14/1
12/1
12/1
VISIT ODDS
20/1
16/1
16/1
16/1
16/1
VISIT ODDS
33/1
25/1
25/1
18/1
16/1
VISIT ODDS
25/1
25/1
20/1
16/1
7. Commander Of Fleet
20/1
12. Lisnagar Oscar
33/1
14. Sire Du Berlais
33/1

Odds correct as of 18 March 2019 09:36. Odds subject to change.

The Stayers' Hurdle will be the feature race on day three of the Cheltenham Festival, run over three miles. The Stayers' Hurdle with such champions as Baracouda and Inglis Drever and Big Buck's. The Emma Lavelle-trained Paisley Park won in 2019.

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2019 Stayers' Hurdle Result

  Horse/SP Age Jockey Trainer
1st Paisley Park 11/8F 7 A Coleman E Lavelle
2nd Sam Spinner 33/1 7 J Colliver J O'Keeffe
3rd Faugheen 4/1 11 R Walsh W Mullins

Stayers' Hurdle Background

The leading long distance hurdle event in the national calendar is the highlight of the third day of racing at the Festival and is one of the highlights of the whole Festival. It was first establishedi n 1972 as the Spa Hurdle but took on its current title in 2005 and is now a firm fixture of the Thursday racecard after originally being run on the Tuesday or Wednesday.

The race itself is run over 3 miles and involves twelve hurdles, and is open to horses aged four and over. The £260,000 prize purse on offer has been dominated by some impressive horses in the past, not least recent winners Inglis Drever and Big Buck's. Howard Johnson's Inglis Driver leads the way for most World Hurdle wins with three after claiming glory in 2005 and then returning to win in 2007 and 2008. Big Buck's meanwhile has two from 2009 and 2010 and will be looking for a third in 2011.

Inglis Driver's victories also mean Howard Johnson is leading trainer alongside Fulke Walwyn (1982, 1985, 1986), while Big Buck's jockey Ruby Walsh is joint leading jockey with those two wins.