2022 Supreme Trial Novices Hurdle Betting Odds at Cheltenham racecourse

Sunday, 13 November 2022

Springwell Bay is a talented five-year-old who heads the betting market for the Supreme Trial Novices’ Hurdle and the Jonjo O’Neill is the horse that they all have to beat according to the Cheltenham bookmakers. However, there are lots of decent each-way prospects for this race over two miles and half a furlong.

Iberico Lord runs in the recognised green and gold silk colours of JP McManus, with Gin Coco and Father Of Jazz the other runners who are trading at single figure odds. There are fourteen runners competing on good to soft ground and you should keep a look out for enhanced place terms if you are betting each-way.

2022 Supreme Trial Novices’ Hurdle Tips

Springwell Bay is a runner who has merited lots of respect from the best horse racing betting sites. Jonjo O’Neill has seen his runner warm up with a victory in the Carlisle Novices’ Hurdle when obliging as the 2/5 favourite, although this heat is a real step up in class. There was previously a victory in the Pertemps Network Open National Hunt Flat Race.

Iberico Lord is a lightly-raced horse that operates for Nicky Henderson and this trainer is highly experienced when it comes to saddling horses that are able to run and win in Supreme Novices’ Hurdle races. The four-year-old has had one notable outing in France when obliging and has the potential to be anything.

Gin Coco provides us with more horse racing form and the six-year-old has done trainer Harry Fry proud in the past. The six-year-old was sent off as the 100/30 favourite in a Punchestown Handicap Hurdle race before finishing second by a length, although a recent win at Newton Abbott merits respect.

Father Of Jazz can’t be discounted either, with the five-year-old having recently been switched from Roger Varian’s yard to Dan Skelton. Having proven somewhat underwhelming on flat ground, we await to see whether the latter is able to school his charge over hurdles and we’ve seen the horse previously run in esteemed company.