2024 Scottish Triumph Hurdle Betting Odds at Musselburgh racecourse

Sunday, 04 February 2024

We’ve got a riveting four-year-old race on Sunday, with the Scottish Triumph Hurdle taking place over one mile, seven and a half furlongs. Liari and An Bradan Feasa head the racing betting market for this heat, with eleven runners set to go to post. Roaring Legend and Balboa are also prominent in the betting market, with this race being sponsored by bet365.

Liari has the highest rating out of any horse in the betting, with Paul Nicholls training a runner who has secured back to back victories so far, although it will be a taller order to claim a victory here. Jack Jones has seen An Bradan Feasa prosper on two occasions in his short career and it could be these two horses battling it out at the end.

2024 Scottish Triumph Hurdle Tips

Liari has been foot-perfect during a short career to date, winning at Wincanton towards the end of October before securing a victory at Aintree more recently. The latter win saw the horse claim a juvenile hurdle triumph over two miles and one furlong on heavy ground, with the Paul Nicholls-trained runner claiming a three-length win in the process.

An Bradan Feasa has also been impressive coming into this race. The latest victory came in mid-December when fending off six other runners to claim a success. Previously to this, there was a smart performance to finish second behind Burdett Road when the Jack Jones-trained horse finished six lengths off the pace set by the winner.

Roaring Legend started his season by finishing second in a six-runner race even if the horse was no match for Kalif Du Berlais. Olly Murphy will be optimistic of a big run after his charge previously got plenty of experience as a three-year-old, with the horse carrying less weight than the front two in the betting market for this race.

Balboa is trading at a similar price and the horse had two runner-up appearances at Cheltenham and Chepstow Racecourse in December, with the latest effort coming in the Coral Juvenile Hurdle where he was no match for the favourite Salver when a small field competed over two miles on soft ground.