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2021 Hatton's Grace Hurdle Odds - Honeysuckle odds-on to remain unbeaten

  • Latest odds and betting for the 2021 Hatton's Grace Hurdle
  • This Grade One takes place at Fairyhouse races on Sunday 28th November
  • Honeysuckle is odds-on to win this race for a third time
  • Klassical Dream, Saldier and Abacadabras could also run
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Rachael Blackmore riding Honeysuckle clear the last to win The baroneracing.com Hatton's Grace Hurdle at Fairyhouse in 2019. (Getty)
Jon Vine 24 Nov 2021
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The main event on Bar One Racing day at Fairyhouse this Sunday is the Hatton's Grace Hurdle. This two-and-a-half mile Grade One has been won by many of Ireland's classiest hurdlers, and unbeaten mare Honeysuckle will attempt to emulate Limestone Lad and Apple's Jade by winning it for a third time this weekend.

Here are the latest odds for this year's Hatton's Grace Hurdle and a look through the entries.

2021 Hatton's Grace Hurdle Odds

Klassical Dream3/1
Ronald Pump12/1
Latest Exhibition16/1

*Odds taken on 24/11/21*

2021 Hatton's Grace Hurdle Entries

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After narrowly retaining her crown at Fairyhouse 12 months ago, Honeysuckle thrashed her rivals to win the Irish Champion Hurdle and the Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham. Henry De Bromhead's mare then extended her unbeaten record into a twelfth race at Punchestown back in April, and she's odds-on to complete a Hatton's Grace hat-trick this weekend.

Second in the market is Klassical Dream, who bolted up on his only start of last season in the Champion Stayers' Hurdle at Punchestown. Willie Mullins could also throw former Morgiana Hurdle winner Saldier into the mix, if he deems the ground safe enough for his two top hurdlers.

Abadacabras won the Aintree Hurdle over this trip in the Spring, and could head here having been withdrawn from the Morgiana on the morning of the race. Gordon Elliott also has Sire Du Berlais entered up, while Willie Mullins could throw talented mare Stormy Ireland into the mix.

Last year's runner-up, Ronald Pump could run drop back in trip. Paul Nolan has already stated that Latest Exhibition will drop back to hurdles this season, and this could be his starting point.

Surprise Lismullen Hurdle winner, Darasso could fly the flag for Joseph O'Brien. Sams Profile and Skyace round off the Hatton's Grace entries.

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