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2022 Irish Champion Hurdle Odds - Honeysuckle odds-on to complete Leopardstown hat-trick

  • Latest odds and betting for the 2022 Irish Champion Hurdle
  • This historic Grade One takes place at Leopardstown on day two of the Dublin Racing Festival on Sunday 6th February
  • Honeysuckle is 4/7 to win this race for a third time in a row
  • Appreciate It, Sharjah and Zanahiyr also feature in the betting
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Rachael Blackmore riding Honeysuckle clear the last to win The PCI Irish Champion Hurdle in 2020. (Getty)
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Jon Vine 26 Jan 2022
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Day two of the Dublin Racing Festival is headlined by the Irish Champion Hurdle. The great Hatton's Grace won the first editions of this two-mile Grade One back in 1950, and legendary names like Flyingbolt, Dawn Run, Istabraq and Hurricane Fly have since joining him on the roll of honour at Leopardstown.

Let's take a look through the latest Irish Champion Hurdle betting and run through the headline entries.

2022 Irish Champion Hurdle Odds


Name
Odds
Honeysuckle4/7
Appreciate It11/4
Sharjah9/2
Zanahiyr7/1
Bar12/1

*Odds taken on 26/1/22*

2022 Irish Champion Hurdle Entries


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Honeysuckle has run out an impressive winner of the last two runnings of the Irish Champion Hurdle. Having extended her unbeaten record in the Hatton's Grace on her reappearance, Henry De Bromhead's stable star is odds-on to win this race for a third time next month.

Appreciate It hasn't been seen yet this season, but he features in the entries for this Grade One and sits second behind Honeysuckle in the market. Sharjah, who's record at the Dublin Racing Festival is terrible, could also represent Willie Mullins, as could Saint Roi and Echoes In Rain.

Five-year-olds Zanahiyr, Quilixios and Teahupoo have all been handed entries. Gordon Elliott also could run Abacadabras and Saint Felicien.

Paul Hennessy's Cheltenham Festival winner, Heaven Help Us could have just her second outing in a Grade One. 11-year-old Petite Mouchoir rounds off the entries.
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