2024 Warwick Mares Hurdle Betting Odds at Warwick racecourse

Saturday, 10 February 2024

There are seven races taking pride of place on Saturday’s racecard at Warwick, with seven runners set to go to post and it includes favourite You Wear It Well. The seven-year-old has claimed a victory already this season although a modest strike rate might see punters look for alternatives, with Theatre Glory and Windtothelightning among the options.

Get a Tonic could also have a say in the outcome, with the bookmakers looking to offer the biggest prices for this race that will take place over two miles and five furlongs. Look out for the bookmaker who is going to offer price boosts for the encounter, while customers can also secure extra places with some of the online betting sites.

2024 Warwick Mares' Hurdle Tips

You Wear It Well heads up the racing betting market and the seven-year-old looks like the one to beat based on the evidence of this season. The horse was last seen finishing second out of five runners in a mares’ hurdle at Doncaster Racecourse, with the runner only narrowly beaten by favourite Marie’s Rock.

The most notable recent victory came at Wetherby at the beginning of November, with the horse able to land the spoils against five other rivals which included Luccia. However, some punters might be warned off backing this horse considering the horse finished a long way behind Not So Sleepy in the Betfair Fighting Fifth Hurdle.

Theatre Glory can’t be easily ignored, with the horse trading as second favourite to land a victory in this contest. Nicky Henderson will have the runner primed to run a big race, with the runner having registered a third place on a seasonal reappearance although subsequent outings have been far from convincing.

Dan Skelton has Get A Tonic operating and the eight-year-old did land an impressive win at the beginning of December, with this coming as a 28/1 shot at Newbury, although the horse then returned to the track trading at odds of 100/30 and didn’t manage to make the required impression, with the runner finishing fourth out of six runners.

2023 Warwick Mares Hurdle Tips

Can anyone beat Love Envoi in the 2023 Warwick Mares Hurdle? The seven-year-old has secured back to back victories at Sandown Park, with the horse landing a victory in a handicap hurdle on 3 December. This was followed up by a comprehensive thirteen-length win in a mares’ hurdle at the same track, although this race is due to be a stiffer test against more quality opposition.

Love Envoi is a high grade animal and she proved this at the Cheltenham Festival last March when the horse was able to win the Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle. However, the horse was beaten into second by Brandy Love and that eight-length defeat at Fairyhouse means that we could consider other runners in the race, with customers considering each-way alternatives.

One of those horses is West Balboa, with Dan Skelton having three horses in the race although this one seems like the main contender. The runner produced the goods in the Lanzarote Hurdle at Kempton Park when Bridget Andrews gave her a tremendous ride, with that coming over two miles and five furlongs. You would have to argue that she looks better value than the favourite.

Theatre Glory could yet come to the fore, with the six-year-old running a fair race last time out when securing third place in a handicap hurdle at Kempton Park. We didn’t learn a huge amount from her previous run when unseating a rider earlier in the race at Newbury Racecourse at the end of November.