2021 Stayers' Hurdle Odds and Entries - Paisley Park and Thyme Hill headline list of 39 entrants
- We bring you the full list of Stayers' Hurdle entries in 2021
- Lisnagar Oscar will run again after his shock victory last season
- Paisley Park tops the betting ahead of Thyme Hill
- Benie Des Dieux, Sire Du Berlais and Ronald Pump have been handed entries
Adam Wedge riding Lisnagar Oscar clear the last to win The Paddy Power Stayers' Hurdle. (Getty)
Lisanagar Oscar produced the biggest shock of the 2020 Cheltenham Festival in the Stayers' Hurdle, carrying odds of 66/1 to victory in stunning fashion. Rebecca Curtis' star features amongst the 39 entries for the 2021 renewal of Cheltenham's oldest Championship race.
Here's the latest 2021 Stayers' Hurdle betting, and a look through the latest entries.
2021 Stayers' Hurdle Odds
|Benie Des Dieux||10/1|
|Sire Du Berlais||10/1|
*Odds taken from Paddy Power on 7/1/21*
2021 Stayers' Hurdle Entries
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Since finishing seventh last year, Paisley Park has returned to form, and jumped to the top of the betting after a thrilling victory in the JLT Long Walk. Thyme Hill has traded wins with Paisley Park this term, and Philip Hobbs has handed his star hurdler a Stayers' Hurdle entry.
Lisnagar Oscar held off Ronald Pump and Emitom to win last season, and all three feature in the 2021 entries. Summerville Boy could also make his second appearance in the Stayers' Hurdle.
McFabulous and Roksana also feature in the list of British horses who've been entered. Younevercall, Main Fact, Honest Vic and Thomas Darby have also been handed an entry.
Willie Mullins has Benie Des Dieux and Concertista in the mix, along with fellow mare Great White Shark, and novice Jon Snow.
Dual Pertemps Final winner, Sire Du Berlais headlines Gordon Elliott's entries. Fury Road and The Storyteller could also join their stablemate in the feature race on day three of the Cheltenham Festival.
City Island was pulled up here 12 months ago, but that hasn't stopped Martin Brassil from entering his former Ballymore winner again. Beacon Edge, Aspire Tower and French Dynamite could all make an appearance, as could Dennis Cottin's French raider, Paul's Saga.
The likes of Monkfish, Latest Exhibition and Champ have been handed entries, but they're likely to stay over fences. As will Presenting Percy, Next Destination, Janidil and The Big Getaway.