Triumph Hurdle Tips
2020 Triumph Hurdle Betting Tips, Best Bookmakers & Free Bets
The Triumph Hurdle is the opening race on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival and it’s the leading race for juveniles on the National Hunt calendar.
Won by many of Europe’s best up-and-coming jumpers, the Triumph Hurdle is a must-see race during the Cheltenham Festival and it’s equally as popular with bettors.
Contested at the Grade 1 level, the Triumph Hurdle is eagerly-awaited by bettors on the final day of the festival and bookmakers always offer great-value odds.
Triumph Hurdle Key Facts
|Date||Friday March 13, 2020|
Triumph Hurdle Date & Time 2020
The Triumph Hurdle is run on the final day of the Cheltenham Festival. That falls on Friday March 13, 2020 and the official starting time is 1:30pm.
It’s the first of seven races on Day 4 of the festival.
1:30 – Triumph Hurdle
2:10 – County Handicap Hurdle
2:50 – Albert Bartlett Novices Hurdle
3:30 – Cheltenham Gold Cup
4:10 – Foxhunter Chase
4:50 – Conditional Jockeys Hurdle
5:30 – Grand Annual Chase
Triumph Hurdle 2020 Betting Tips
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2020 Triumph Hurdle odds & field
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Triumph Hurdle winners
The Triumph Hurdle honours board features some champion jumpers and some notable trainers, which have had great success in the race.
Jockey Barry Geraghty has scored four wins in the past 10 years and trainer Nicky Henderson has six wins to his name.
|Year||Triumph Hurdle Winners|
|2017||Defi du Seuil|
|2015||Peace And Co|
|2004||Made In Japan|
Triumph Hurdle history
The Triumph Hurdle is run exclusively for four-year-old hurdlers and was first run in 1939 when taken out by Grey Talk for George Batchelor.
With eight hurdles to be jumped over the 3,420m course, the Triumph Hurdle is as much about speed and it is about jumping.
Despite being only a novice hurdle, it’s one of the more popular races during the Cheltenham Festival and with a Grade 1 level, it attracts punters from all around the world.
Originally held at Hurst Park in Surrey, the Triumph Hurdle was more attractive for horses from France, with six of the first seven winners French-based. It was transferred to Cheltenham in 1965 and was first planned for the April meeting, but it became a staple fixture of the festival in 1968.
The winner of the Triumph Hurdle often goes on to compete in the Champion Hurdle, with four winners going on to complete the double – Clair Soleil, Persian War, Kribensis and Katchit.
The leading jockey is Barry Geraghty with five wins from 2003 to 2016 and the leading trainer is Nicky Henderson with six wins, with his latest coming in 2015 with Peace And Co.
It has been sponsored by JCB since 2002 after being sponsored by the Daily Express and Elite Racing Club for years prior.
2019 Triumph Hurdle replay
The 2019 Triumph Hurdle was taken out by Pentland Hills. It was a race marred by the injury of race-favourite Sir Erec, which was unfortunately put down as a result.