The World Hurdle is the feature race of Cheltenham Day Three, run over 3 miles and 12 hurdles; it’s the best long-distance hurdle event in the National Hunt calendar worth £275,000.
We’ve previewed the trends and stats to look out for in this year’s World Hurdle in this handy infographic, which sees Cole Harden as the one to watch.
Key World Hurdle betting trends to look out for
- Previous winners thrive; 6 of the last 13 winners have been previous World Hurdle winners
- 4 of the 5 last champions have won the season’s Punchestown Hurdle
- 9 of the last 10 winners came from the top 4 in the betting
Check out more trends and stats below and let us know who your money is on @myracingtips
Fancy a flutter on the World Hurdle? Have a look at who we’re backing here.
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