Fred Winter Juvenile Handicap Hurdle Betting Odds


The Fred Winter Juvenile Handicap Hurdle Race – 16:50PM

In recent years, the Grade 1 JCB Triumph Hurdle has become a much better Cheltenham race and the Juvenile division a much more exciting playing field, all in thanks to this excellent handicap hurdle race for the “best of the rest” in the four-year-old hurdling division.

In 2017, trainer Ian Williams caused a major upset with 33/1 winner Flying Tiger, who found a great turn of foot up the hill to land the spoils under a determined Richard Johnson ride.

The Juvenile division is already as hot as ever in early 2018 and the Fred Winter Handicap Hurdle is set to be a top quality race once again.

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Nicky Henderson’s We Have A Dream stands out for the Fred Winter race and the Ladies Day betting markets have this ex-French trained horse as the 8/1 favourite.

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He may yet go for the JCB Triumph Hurdle itself and would have each way claims for sure. But equally, the stable will be well represented in that race anyway, so We Have A Dream could really put his experience to good use in this race and winning it is no mean feat.

Farclas and the improving Mitchouka rate the ones to note from Ireland.

Latest Fred Winter Odds:

  • We Have A Dream – 8/1
  • Veneer Of Charm – 16/1
  • Farclas – 20/1
  • Style De Garde – 20/1
  • Mitchouka – 25/1
  • Gumball – 33/1
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2017 Fred Winter Winner: FLYING TIGER, 33/1 SP

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