Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys Handicap Hurdle Odds: Quai De Bourbon full of potential

 | March 14 | 

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Martin Pipe Odds

The final race of the 2024 Cheltenham Festival will once more be the Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys Handicap Hurdle on Friday afternoon (17:30).

Below are the Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys Handicap Hurdle Odds of the main contenders, and this is an Extra Place Race, so Betfred are paying 5 places instead of 4 at 1/5 the odds for all each-way bets.

Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys Handicap Hurdle Odds

  • Quai De Bourbon @ 3/1
  • Waterford Whispers @ 4/1
  • Answer To Kayf @ 8/1
  • No Ordinary Joe @ 8/1
  • Better Days Ahead @ 9/1
  • Ocastle Des Mottes @ 10/1
  • Sonigino @ 12/1
  • What's Up Darling @ 16/1
  • Thanksforthehelp @ 16/1
  • Yeats Star @ 16/1
  • 22/1 bar the field

Quai De Bourbon @ 3/1

Willie Mullins' Quai De Bourbon heads the betting at 3/1 with Betfred.

The French import is unbeaten since joining the ranks at Closutton, and he handled heavy ground in a two-mile win at Clonmel in January. The longer trip here looks to be a positive.

Waterford Whispers @ 4/1

The Henry de Bromhead-trained Waterford Whispers is next in the betting at 4/1.

The six-year-old enjoyed wins at Galway and Fairyhouse, before finishing runner-up at Leopardstown by one-and-a-half lengths to Champagne Admiral. Feels like he's capable of better still, and is certainly one to watch here.

Answer To Kayf @ 8/1

The eight-year-old arrives here off the back of winning a 2m3f heavy-ground Naas novice last month, and will be ridden by John Shinnick. Lightly-raced for his age, so could pose an outside threat.

No Ordinary Joe @ 8/1

Nicky Henderson's first entry in this race is No Ordinary Joe, who can be backed at 8/1.

The eight-year-old finished second to Iroko in this contest last year, and caught the eye when he finished third at Kempton last month.

Better Days Ahead @ 9/1

Gordon Elliott's Better Days Ahead is currently priced up at 9/1.

The six-year-old enjoyed a maiden win over hurdles at Fairyhouse in November, before two solid showings at Navan in his next two starts.

Ocastle Des Mottes @ 10/1

Another Mullins entry and this time it's Ocastle Des Mottes, who's currently priced up at 10/1.

The five-year-old is a dual winner on testing ground, however, he failed to live up to his billing making his first start outside France at Newbury last month.

Sonigino @ 12/1

Sonigino is next in the betting at 12/1, and the seven-year-old had three wins last season.

He managed to build on those efforts in the Silver Trophy at Chepstow, and the Greatwood Handicap Hurdle at Cheltenham in the autumn, before landing a win at Aintree in December.

What's Up Darling @ 16/1

Another Gordon Elliott entry is next in the betting in the form of What's Up Darling, at 16/1.

The seven-year-old has improved plenty from his hurdling debut as shown by his win at Navan in November, and has run well in subsequent starts since.

Thanksforthehelp @ 16/1

Thanksforthehelp, who will be ridden by Mark McDonagh is currently priced at 16/1.

The seven-year-old comes with one start under his belt in 10 months - a 10th-place finish in a 12-runner contest at Chepstow.

Yeats Star @ 16/1

Yeats Star is Elliot's third entry, and he's priced up at 16/1.

The five-year-old was a hurdles winner at Downpatrick and Punchestown earlier in the season, and has had solid efforts twice since in better company at Leopardstown.

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