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Galway Hurdle Tips 2019

Raced over the two-mile distance, the Galway Hurdle is a frantically, twenty-runner affair. It’s one of the most competitive handicap hurdles in Ireland each year and this year’s contest is no different. We aim to solve the puzzle with our Galway Hurdle tips, which can be found on site now!

When do the Galway Hurdle tips go up?

All our runner by runner analysis for the Galway Hurdle, as well as a selection for who we believe is going to win the race, is up the night before the contest.

Galway Hurdle Betting

With a maximum field of twenty runners and a hugely competitive field to match, the Galway Hurdle is quite the puzzle, with plenty of big-priced winners in recent years. Shopping around for enhancements such as extra place terms and price boosts is essential, with some bookies likely to offer five or more places!

Galway Hurdle Previous Winners

2018 – Sharjah (12/1)
2017 – Tigris River (5/1)
2016 – Clondaw Warrior (9/2f)
2015 – Quick Jack (9/2)
2014 – Thomas Edison (7/2f)
2013 – Missunited (7/1)
2012 – Rebel Fitz (11/2)
2011 – Moon Dice (20/1)
2010 – Overturn (6/1)
2009 – Bahrain Storm (20/1)

Galway Hurdle Runners & Entries

The clear favourite for this year’s contest is Band Of Outlaws, who won the Fred Winter at the Cheltenham Festival and was second in a Grade 3 at Tipperary on his latest outing. He’s on an achievable mark, but four-year-olds don’t have a good record in the race. Gardens Of Babylon also arrives in good nick but has the same age issue, with Willie Mullins’ leading hope looking to be Shanning.

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