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Dawn Run Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle
The Dawn Run Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle is a Grade 2 contest run over 2m 1f, which is open to fillies and mares aged four or older. Four-year-old horses carry 10st 9lb and entries that are five and over shoulder 11st 2lb. It was first run in 2016, expanding the Festival meeting to 28 races over the four days. It is currently sponsored by Trull House Stud. Leading Irish trainer Willie Mullins saddled the inaugural winner of the contest in the shape of red-hot favourite Limini. Rated one of the 2016 Cheltenham Festival bankers by many, the mare was backed into 8/11 and never gave her supporters an anxious moment. Limini travelled strongly throughout before quickening clear on the run-in, after being produced at the last by jockey Ruby Walsh to score easily by 4 1/2 lengths from Dusky Legend. Mullins was at it again in 2017 with another fancied favourite Let’s Dance, who vastly outperformed highly-rated stablemate Airlie Beach, to land a four-timer teaming up with Walsh on day 3 of the Festival. Dusky Legend was again placed, but can no longer be considered a novice, behind Barra for Gordon Elliott and owners Gigginstown House Stud.
Dawn Run Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle betting tips at Hurdle Bet
On Hurdle Bet, you’ll find delicious Dawn Run Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle betting tips, as we guide punters to all the best prices for the newest race on day three of the Festival. Dual winning trainer Mullins will doubtless send a strong team to go to war with and land the hat-trick in 2018. Who will follow in the footsteps of lethal duo Limini and Let’s Dance? This is one of the last races for which entries are revealed, but we will know the winner by close of play on Thursday, March 15th 2018. Delectable Dawn Run Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle betting tips are on offer at Hurdle Bet.