Cheltenham Odds 2024

Find the best Cheltenham odds for the 2024 Festival, from trusted betting sites.

 

Cheltenham Top Trainer Odds

Willie Mullins has loomed large over the Cheltenham Festival in the modern era. He was named leading trainer for the first time in 2011, when he saddled four winners. Nicky Henderson reclaimed the award in 2012, but Mullins then won it four times in a row from 2013 to 2016.

His falling-out with Ryanair boss Michael O’Leary shifted the balance of power in Gordon Elliott’s favour for a couple of years. O’Leary’s best runners transferred to Elliott, who was named leading trainer in 2017 and 2018. However, Mullins returned to the top in 2019 and won again in 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023.

Mullins will be the strong favourite in 2024 Cheltenham odds for top trainer, ahead of the likes of Elliott, Nicky Henderson and Henry de Bromhead.

TrainerBetting Site
Willie MullinsBoyleSports - 1/6
Gordon ElliottBoyleSports - 7/1
Nicky HendersonBoyleSports - 7/1
Paul Nichollsbet365 - 25/1
Gavin Cromwellbet365 - 50/1
Dan Skeltonbet365 - 66/1
Henry De Bromheadbet365 - 66/1

 

Cheltenham Top Jockey Odds

Ruby Walsh was named top jockey at the Cheltenham Festival 11 times during a prolific 14-year period prior to his retirement. This award is now named after him. 

Davy Russell took the title of top jockey with four wins in 2018, followed by Nico de Boinville in 2019.

Paul Townend rode five winners in 2020 to claim the honour for the first time. In 2021, Rachael Blackmore became the first female rider to be named top jockey at the Cheltenham Festival. Her wins that year included a famous Champion Hurdle triumph aboard Honeysuckle.

In 2022, Townend – who became the number one jockey to the Mullins yard in the wake of Walsh’s retirement – outstripped his rivals again to win the trophy. He was imperious in the 2023 festival, topping off a fabulous week with victory in the Gold Cup. He'll head into the 2024 Festival as the favorite in Cheltenham top jockey odds, ahead of Blackmore, Russell,and de Boinville.

JockeyBetting Site
Paul TownendBoyleSports - 4/11
Jack KennedyBoyleSports - 11/2
Nico de BoinvilleBoyleSports - 10/1
Mark WalshBoyleSports - 10/1
Rachael Blackmorebet365 - 16/1
Harry Cobdenbet365 - 18/1
Danny MullinsUnibet - 25/1
Patrick Mullinsbet365 - 33/1
Sean Bowenbet365 - 50/1
Sam Twiston-Daviesbet365 - 66/1

 

Prestbury Cup Odds 2024

The Prestbury Cup is awarded to the country that produces the most winners at the Cheltenham Festival – Great Britain or Ireland. It was inaugurated in 2014, named after the Festival’s Prestbury Park location. Great Britain secured a 15-12 win that year, followed by a 14-13 win in 2015, but Irish trainers have dominated ever since.

Their first win came in 2016, after the meeting expanded to 28 races. Ireland picked up a 15-13 win that year, before routing their British counterparts 19-9 in 2017. Another blowout win for Ireland came in 2018, when Irish trainers earned 17 wins. There was a 14-14 draw in 2019, but it has been one-way traffic since then.

Ireland won 17-10 in 2020 and then surged to their heaviest victory in 2021, clinching 23 wins compared to just five for British trainers. A final day Irish whitewash during the 2022 Festival saw the Cup returning across the Irish Sea with an 18-10 scoreline.

Another 18-10 win followed in the 2023 Festival and Ireland is again the heavy favourite in Prestbury Cup odds this year.

WinnerBetting Site
IrelandBoyleSports - 1/8
Great BritainBoyleSports - 10/1
TieBoyleSports - 12/1

 

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