2023 Kerry National Betting Odds at Listowel racecourse

Wednesday, 20 September 2023

Salvador Ziggy catches the eye for the Kerry National at Listowel, not least as the runner has recorded three straight wins. Gordon Elliott saddles a seven-year-old who could easily run into a place, with Ain’t That A Shame also being gambled, although this looks like a strong each-way betting race and the betting sites are sure to offer up extra places.

Therefore, be sure to shop around for extra value when it comes to this race and ensure you take advantage of any price boosts about the horses you wish to back. Stealthy Tom has been in the winners’ enclosure on three separate occasions this term, while Gordon Elliott has Ash Tree Meadow and Gevrey also entered.

2023 Kerry National Tips

We’ve got a Grade 3 encounter on Wednesday afternoon, with the Kerry National being a handicap chase where there are a large number of horses can secure a victory. Ain’t That A Shame has been away from the track for half a year, with the Henry de Bromhead-trained runner having previously run in the Aintree Grand National and making it around the course.

Previously to this, the horse was able to oblige at Gowran Park, beating ten other runners in a Beginners’ Chase over two miles and four furlongs, with the charge finishing fourth at Leopardstown in the Paddy Power Chase last Christmas although some might think that Salvador Ziggy has more definite claims after that string of wins.

The seven-year-old has racked up three consecutive wins and Gordon Elliott will have his sights fixed on another success after August victories at Tramore and Killarney. When it came to the latter, there was only one other horse to beat, although there was plenty to like about a twelve-length success in the EY Chase.

Stealthy Tom claimed a handicap chase win at Killarney on his latest outing, with Enda Bolger training a JP McManus-owned runner who was previously second in the Midlands National Handicap Chase when running a fine race over three miles and one furlong. This came after a success at Roscommon over three miles and he’s one for the shortlist.

Listowel Racecourse is one of the most prestigious racecourses in Ireland and this is a track that is based in County Kerry. The biggest horse race that takes place at Listowel in the Guinness Kerry National, with this being run over a distance of three miles and it’s not dissimilar to the English Grand National and Irish Grand National.

You can compare the Guinness Kerry National betting odds and it always takes place on a Wednesday. This forms part of the Harvest Festival racecard, with over £200,000 in prize money up for grabs. You can expect to find this race taking place in September.

This Harvest Festival is quite unique by virtue of the fact that you can enjoy flat racing betting and National Hunt racing betting. This only second to the Galway Racing Festival when it comes to attendances, with spectators enjoying the chance to place win only and each-way horse racing bets.

The 2022 Guinness Kerry National took place on 21 September, with sixteen runners competing over the long-distance course. It was Busselton who was able to claim a victory at betting odds of 13/2 and many punters were able to get a horse racing price boost for this runner.

Those customers who backed Recite A Prayer or Gin On Lime were also able to achieve a return, with the former having a starting price of 28/1 and the latter was 22/1, while many bookmakers often pay out on five places or even six places. Look out for horse racing price boosts.