Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle Tips
Cheltenham Day 4 Tips 2022 (Friday)
|Time||Friday Races (Day 4)||2022 Tips for Day 4||Place Bet|
|13:30||Triumph Hurdle||Win: Vauban 9/4|
EW: Il Etait Temps 20/1
|14:10||County Handicap Hurdle||EW: Farout 14/1|
EW: First Street 16/1
|14:50||Albert Bartlett Novices' Hurdle||Win: Minella Crooner 4/1|
EW: Ballygriffincottage 25/1
|15:30||Cheltenham Gold Cup||Win: A Plus Tard 10/3|
EW: Delta Work 80/1
|16:10||Hunters' Steeple Chase|
EW: Pont Aven 12/1
EW Fumet D'Oudairies
|16:50||Mares' Chase||EW: Gin on Lime 12/1|
|17:30||Conditional Jokeys' Hurdle||EW: Deploy The Getaway 12/1|
EW: The Goffer 16/1
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2022 Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle Tips
Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle Key Facts
Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle History
Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle Cheltenham 2022 FAQs
When is the Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle?
The Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle is the seventh and final race on Day Four of the Cheltenham Festival on Friday, March 18th. It is the last race of the entire Cheltenham meeting.
What time is the Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle?
The Martin Pipe Handicap Hurdle Cheltenham is due off at 17:30 GMT on Friday, March 18th 2022. It is the final race of the Cheltenham Festival and is open only to conditional jockeys - professional riders who are still at the start of their careers.
Who is the Conditional Jockeys' Hurdle named after?
The Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle was established in 2009 and is named in honour of Martin Pipe, a 15-time champion trainer who retired in 2006 with 34 victories at the Cheltenham Festival.