Cheltenham Festival: Honeysuckle shortens for Champion Hurdle following Leopardstown victory
Honeysuckle was punted to win the Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham Festival, following an amazing performance at Leopardstown.
The six-year-old has altered Epatante at the top of the current market, being cut to as brief as 3/1 from 6/1.
Considering that the race finished, 74 percent of bets have backed the Kenneth Alexander-owned expectation for its Festival.
Elsewhere on the current market, Pentland Hills is 7/1 to acquire the Championship race on March 10th, followed by Saldier (8/1) and non-runner in the present race Klassikal Dream.
Last season’s red-hot favorite, Apples Jade (7/4), handled a paltry 6th in the Champion Hurdle, using punters’ palms being burnt on brief priced Laurina (5/2).
Espoir D’Allen emerged victorious followed by Melon at a sizable 20/1 and Silver Streak in a.
Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson:”Honeysuckle stormed to yet another success and continued with her faultless record.
“Connections will surely now to go down the Champion Hurdle course, and when they do, she still looks really powerful in the market.”