2024 Victor Ludorum Juvenile Hurdle Betting Odds at Haydock Park racecourse

Saturday, 17 February 2024

Can Salver land a win at odds-on when it comes to the Virgin Bet Victor Ludorum Juvenile Hurdle? Gary Moore saddles a horse that has tremendous form and will be bidding to secure a fourth consecutive victory. The four-year-old has been flawless so far this season and it will come as little surprise if the horse is able to oblige at Haydock Park.

However, there are a couple of other runners trading at short odds. Castelfort has recorded consecutive wins of his own and could be able to run a decent race, while Latin Verse also has solid credentials. There are four other horses set to line up although they are all available at much bigger betting racing odds.

2024 Victor Ludorum Juvenile Hurdle Tips

Salver sets a high benchmark and trainer Gary Moore has seen his team record three consecutive wins this season. Triumphs have come at Warwick, Exeter and Chepstow, with the bookies installing the runner as odds-on favourite to record a victory. The most recent triumph came by twenty-one lengths at Chepstow when the field was blown away.

This was in the Coral Finale Juvenile Hurdle, with the horse having recently claimed the spoils at Exeter after breaking his duck at Warwick, with Castelfort possibly the runner who can offer the sternest challenge. Jane Williams trains a four-year-old who has secured consecutive wins of his own and has a similar rating to the favourite.

Castelfort was last seen winning at Chepstow at the end of January, with a twelve-length victory coming over two miles on heavy ground at the Welsh track. There is also the possibility of a strong performance from Latin Verse who is a more palatable each-way price for punters and this runner has plenty of experience as a juvenile.

Latin Verse is trained by Syd Hosie and benefits from carrying three pounds less compared to the first two in the betting. At Huntingdon, we saw him claim second place out of six runners after previously getting an outing at Aintree in December. It is expected that the first three in the betting will prove too strong for the other four in the field.