Pertemps Final Handicap Hurdle Odds
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- bet365 usually offer Best Odds Guaranteed once the final declarations are in for the Cheltenham Festival races
- bet365 are offering SIX places in the each-way betting
- bet365 can restrict winning punters
William Hill have have a new sign-up offer of Bet £10 Get £30 In Free Bets, which can be used on the Pertemps Final at the Cheltenham Festival.
- William Hill are offering SIX places in the each-way betting for the Pertemps Final
- William Hill are usually Best Odds Guaranteed on the day of the race after 10am
Boylesports are offering new customers a sign-up deal of Bet £10 Get £20 + £10 Casino Bonus, which can be used when placing a bet at the Cheltenham Festival.
- Boylesports are offering competitive prices on the Pertemps Final at the Cheltenham Festival
- Boylesports are offering SIX places in the each-way betting
- Boylesports can sometimes restrict winning punters
How To Bet On the Pertemps Final
Here at HorseRacing.net we give you all the information on how to place at bet on the Pertemps Final
When is the Pertemps Final?
The race takes place at 14:10 on Thursday 16th March 2023.
Where can I watch the Pertemps Final?
Watch the race live on ITV1 and Racing TV who also offer options to stream the race via their streaming services.
Alternatively most bookmakers offer a free live horse racing stream allowing you to watch the race after you've placed a bet.
Who is the most iconic winner of the Pertemps Final?
There have been plenty of brilliant stories in the Pertemps Final over the years, but multiple winners of the race always live long in the memory. Willie Wumpkins is the only three-time Pertemps hero, winning the Final in 1979, 1980 and 1981 to write his name into the Festival history books.
In more recent times, Buena Vista was a dual winner in 2010 and 2011, but arguably the best and most iconic win in the race came from Sire Du Berlais in his second successive win in the race for Gordon Elliott. He sauntered to victory in 2019 carrying 11"7 under Barry Geraghty but lumped with top weight in 2020 many dismissed his chances for better-treated runners, including his stablemate and joint-favourite on the day The Storyteller.
In the end, the Elliott stablemates engaged in a duel for the ages up the Cheltenham straight for the 2020 crown, with Geraghty eventually getting his mount home by half a length to claim a second Pertemps and to confirm Sire Du Berlais as a future Graded performer.
Are there any trials for the Pertemps Final?
The clue is in the name with this one, with the race being a final meaning there are certain races horses must finish at least in the first 4 (previously first 6) to qualify. In the past, with the first six qualifying, there was some skullduggery by connections of talented horses and indeed subsequent winners of the final, with their horses in the qualifiers finishing a never nearer fifth or sixth to secure their place in the race without a massive hike in the weights.
Who is the most successful jockey in the Pertemps Final?
Jim Wilson, Davy Russell and Barry Geraghty share the honour of being the most successful Pertemps Final riders in history. The trio have won the race three times apiece, Wilson winning on Willie Wumpkins in all three of his wins, Russell tasting success aboard Mall Dini, Presenting Percy and Delta Work in successive seasons between 2016 and 2018 and finally Geraghty bagging two on Sire Du Berlais and his other way back in 2003 onboard Inching Closer.
Who is the most successful trainer in the Pertemps Final?
The most successful trainer in the history of the Pertemps Final is Jonjo O’Neill, who has trained the winner of the race on four occasions, with Danny Connors (1991), Inching Closer (2003), Creon (2004), and Holywell (2013).