2023 Spring Juvenile Hurdle Betting Odds at Leopardstown racecourse

Saturday, 04 February 2023

Lossiemouth has enjoyed three successive victories so far and there will be a return to Leopardstown Racecourse to line up as hot favourite to land the spoils in the Spring Juvenile Hurdle. The four-year-old could be a potential superstar and the horse is likely to be in many horse racing accumulators when it comes to wagering on the racecard on 4 February.

Blood Destiny and Gala Marceau are other Mullins-trained charges with a sporting chance and they might be a more appealing each-way price, with Comfort Zone running for Joseph O’Brien and this is likely to be a potential fly in the ointment if Willie Mullins isn’t going to end up saddling the winner for this Grade 1 encounter.

2023 Spring Juvenile Hurdle Betting Tips

Lossiemouth has followed in the footsteps of many other Rich Ricci-owned horses in terms of stemming from France and there was a victory in Auteuil back in April before debuting in Ireland at the beginning of December. Sent off at 3/1 to win the race, the horse touched off favourite Zarak The Brave by four lengths and then made a Leopardstown debut on Boxing Day.

The horse racing betting sites weren’t taking any chances when Lossiemouth lined up in the Knight Frank Juvenile Hurdle and the odds-on favourite secured a victory by over seven lengths. That sort of performance has made many sit up and take notice and it’s hard to oppose a horse based on showings to date.

The runner second in that particular race was Gala Marceau and the horse will now line up in this clash in an attempt to frank the form. Perhaps the four-year-old will come on for his first performance in Ireland where he finished second to Lossiemouth and the runner might be able to get closer to his stablemate.

As for Blood Destiny, there are reasons to support another Mullins-trained runner, with Paul Townend on board when the horse triumphed by eighteen lengths in the Race Displays Hurdle at Fairyhouse. This victory was achieved on 14 January 2023, with the horse’s jumping needing to improve in more esteemed company.

The 2022 Spring Juvenile Hurdle racing odds are now available, with the race taking place a few weeks before punters can enjoy a wide range of Cheltenham Festival bets. Some of the best four-year-old hurdlers in Ireland will line up and we can expect many of these runners to feature in the Cheltenham 2022 betting for some of the various races.

That includes Fil Dor and trainer Gordon Elliott has high hopes for a four-year-old who has already recorded some impressive wins this season. There was a Boxing Day triumph in the Knight Frank Juvenile Hurdle where the horse was sent off as the odds-on favourite and that came after previous wins at Down Royal and Fairyhouse.

When you compare the latest horse racing odds, you will see that the horse racing bookmakers have Vauban as the second favourite in the Spring Juvenile Hurdle betting. Willie Mullins is the trainer of the Rich Ricci-owned runner who is relatively lightly-raced although there was an encouraging second-placed performance at Punchestown on New Year’s Eve.

Pied Piper was the winner of that race and he is likely to take his chances in this race, with Gordon Elliott having another dart in the form of this four-year-old, with Caldwell Construction Limited owning this horse and also the race favourite, so some people’s horse racing tips will be for one of these runners.

The horse racing betting odds for the Spring Juvenile Hurdle could well be a showdown between the two big Irish trainers, with Willie Mullins saddling Icare Allen in the colours of JP McManus and it will be interesting to see whether the four-year-old can land the spoils in those famous green and gold colours.

Many betting customers were able to enjoy the latest horse racing tips and back Icare Allen to win the Paddy Power "We Love A Good Christmas Jumper" 3-Y-O Maiden Hurdle over Christmas when the horse won at Leopardstown Racecourse on 27 December 2021, with the horse winning by three lengths ahead of surprise 80/1 shot Privilege.

There are lots of each-way betting options when it comes to this race and the top horse racing betting sites might well have extra places when it comes to this encounter. The third Gordon Elliott runner worthy of consideration is Ebasari who has a solitary victory under his belt, having won the CorkRacecourse.ie Maiden Hurdle on 8 January when shocking the odds-on favourite Adamantly Chosen.

If you’re looking for a horse racing tip outside of the Gordon Elliott or Willie Mullins stable, then you can consider Ben Siegel who has double figure betting odds, with the horse having enjoyed a comfortable victory in the William Hill Ireland Play Responsibly 3yo Maiden Hurdle on 23 November, with this runner potentially being a decent each-way bet.