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2019 Supreme Novice Hurdle Betting Odds, Picks

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Feb/27/2019

Mark your calendars for Tuesday 12th March 2019.  That's when the Supreme Novice Hurdle will take place with Al Dancer the early odds-on favorite.

2019 Supreme Novice Hurdle Odds:

Al Dancer 3/1
Fakir Doudairies 7/2
Angels Breath 6/1    
Elixir De Nutz 8/1
Mister Fisher 12/1
Aramon 12/1
Grand Sancy 12/1
Klassical Dream 14/1

Bet Horses Here

The unbeaten hurdler Al Dancer was an eye-catching winner of the Betfair Hurdle last time, further improving the impressive record of novices in that race, Paddy Power’s Nic Doggett noted.

But it's Grand Sancy at solid 12/1 odds that Doggett has his eyes on.

The best Supreme value, though, could lie with Grand Sancy, who is rated 147. He was runner-up to Elixir de Nutz (139) in the Tolworth – as last year’s Supreme winner Summerville Boy had been earlier that season – and is highly rated by Paul Nicholls. He underlined that opinion beating Sceau Royal in the Kingwell Hurdle.

The only slight worry might be his County Hurdle entry, but an official handicap mark of 152 probably makes that too tough a task for a young horse.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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