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2023 Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle Odds and Entries - Hiddenvalley Lake favourite as 77 entered

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Last updated: 02 Mar 2023
Jon Vine 02 Mar 2023
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  • Latest odds and betting for the 2023 Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle [8.2.23]
  • This Grade One takes place on day four of the Cheltenham Festival on Friday 17th March
  • Hiddenvalley Lake, Embassy Gardens, Sandor Clegane and Three Card Brag featured in the entries
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A general view of jockeys and horses running in The Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle. (Getty)

The traditional prelude to the Gold Cup on day four at Cheltenham is the Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle, a three-mile contest that has produced future winners of the main event at the Festival

Here's a look through the current Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle betting and a rundown of the most likely runners.

2023 Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle Odds


Name
Odds
Hiddenvalley Lake5/1
Embassy Gardens6/1
Sandor Clegane8/1
Corbetts Cross9/1
Three Card Brag10/1
American Mike10/1
Favouri De Champdou12/1
Bar14/1

*Odds taken on 27/1/23*

2023 Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle Entries 

Irish horses dominate the market for this novices' hurdle. The betting is headed by Hiddenvalley Lake for Henry De Bromhead, who won this race with future Gold Cup winner, Minella Indo back in 2019.

Embassy Gardens established himself as Willie Mullins' Albert Bartlett horse with an impressive win at Thurles in January. Paul Nolan's Sandor Glegane currently sits third in the betting, ahead of Gordon Elliott's pair of Three Card Brag and American Mike.

Grangeclare West, Shanbally Kid, Eabha Grace and Walk In The Brise have also been entered up by Willie Mullins. Grade Two winner Favouri De Champdou could be part of Gordon Elliott's team. Emmet Mullins could hand a stable debut to new recruit Corbetts Cross. Tony Mullins has handed a surprise entry to Group One winner and former Royal Ascot Gold Cup winner, Princess Zoe.

The highest-place British entrant in the market is Dan Skelton's Grey Dawning. Paul Nicholls has entered Ballymore favourite Hermes Allen, along with Henri The Second and Stay Away Fay. Nigel Twiston-Davies could be represented by Weveallbeencaught on day four of the Cheltenham Festival.

Other possible runners include Joseph O'Brien's Dawn Rising, Letsbeclearaboutit for Gavin Cromwell, John McConnell's Grand Soir and Regal Blue for the Jonjo O'Neill team.

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