2024 Tattersalls Gold Cup Betting Odds at Curragh racecourse

Sunday, 26 May 2024

There’s a decent prize pot on the table when it comes to the 2023 Tattersalls Gold Cup, with lots of potential winners and that includes Bay Bridge. The Sir Michael Stoute-trained runner is certainly the one that merits the most respect from the bookies, with the horse expected to travel well over one mile, two and a half furlongs.

Adayar is the Godolphin entry who has the strongest claims and there has been plenty to like about some recent performances from this charge, while Luxembourg has also been respected by the layers. Aidan O’Brien will hope that his runner comes to the fore, with Anmaat also among the favourites and Owen Burrows’ horse was able to bag a string of wins last season.

2023 Tattersalls Gold Cup Tips

Bay Bridge is a horse who was last seen running at Longchamp Racecourse, with the five-year-old turning out for Sir Michael Stoute in the Prix Ganay on 30 April. He was involved in a close finish with eventual winner Iresine and runner-up Simca Mille, with the charge having previously won the Qipco Champion Stakes on 15 October when beating Adayar by a narrow margin.

Adayar will be bidding for revenge when the same two horse clash at The Curragh once again, with Charlie Appleby saddling a horse that was recently seen running at Newmarket in the bet365 Gordon Richards Stakes over one mile and two furlongs. The stamina of the horse was particularly impressive when beating Anmaat and the latter is likely to be involved here.

Anmaat is trained by Owen Burrows and there was a victory at Longchamp in the Qatar Prix Dollar on 1 October 2022, with jockey Jim Crowley giving the horse a tremendous spin over one mile and two furlongs on very soft ground. That was preceded by a win in the Betfred Rose of Lancaster Stakes on 6 August at Haydock Park.

Aidan O’Brien has Point Lonsdale running in this encounter although perhaps the Irish trainer will have more success with Luxembourg in this race. The four-year-old was sent off in the Coolmore Stud Sottsass Irish EBF Mooresbridge Stakes as the 10/11 favourite, with the runner previously finishing seventh in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.