OLBG Mares Hurdle

Cheltenham, OLBG Mares Hurdle 2013
Quevega on route to her fifth OLBG Mares Hurdle

OLBG.com, The Sports Betting Community (and sister site of Cheltenham Betting) have taken on sponsorship of this race from 2012. The race will now be known as the OLBG Mares Hurdle.

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Cheltenham, OLBG Mares Hurdle 2013
Ruby Walsh, Quevega and Willie Mullins

OLBG Mares Hurdle Last Seven Winners

2014Quevega10yoW MullinsR Walsh8/11F
2013Quevega9yoW MullinsR Walsh8/11F
2012Quevega8yoW MullinsR Walsh4/7F
2011Quevega7yoW MullinsR Walsh5/6F
2010Quevega6yoW MullinsR Walsh6/4F
2009Quevega5yoW MullinsR Walsh2/1F
2008Whiteoak5yoD McCain JnrJ Maguire20/1

OLBG Mares Only Hurdle Trends

The amazing Quevega has won six of the seven runnings of the OLBG Mares Hurdle.

OLBG Hurdle Analysis

The mighty Quevega won this race six times in succession but she has now been retired so who will be the new OLBG queen?

Cheltenham, OLBG Mares Hurdle 2013
Ruby Walsh and Willie Mullins

OLBG Hurdle Tips

OLBG member RORYMCSTANEYbelieves ANNIE POWER is one of the best bets of this year's Cheltenham Festival:

"In what is again likely to prove a very productive festival for Willie Mullins, I would suggest ANNIE POWER as arguably the best bet of the meeting, alongside Un De Sceaux.

Though she was beaten here in the World Hurdle last year, this will be a different kettle of fish against her own sex and I see her winning this with plenty in hand.

Whilst there have also been concerns regarding her fitness for the Festival after being out injured for a period, the noises coming out of the yard seem positive and I wouldn’t be at all put off in backing her without a run this year."

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