2020 World Hurdle Betting Tips & Previews

Stayers' Hurdle Past Winners

Paisley Park is back at the Cheltenham Festival to defend his Stayers’ Hurdle crown. Who else has won the race since 2000? This is the list of Stayers’ Hurdle past winners since then:

Year Winner Age Jokey Trainer Field Time
2019 Paisley Park 7 Aidan Coleman Emma Lavelle 18 5:53.33
2018 Penhill 7 Paul Townend Willie Mullins (IRE) 15 6:20.40
2017 Nichols Canyon 7 Ruby Walsh Willie Mullins (IRE) 12 5:49.60
2016 Thistlecrack 8 Tom Scudamore Colin Tizzard 12 5:42.60
2015 Cole Harden 6 Gavin Sheehan Warren Greatrex 16 5:40.70
2014 More Of That 6 Barry Geraghty Jonjo O’Neill 10 5:49.50
2013 Solwhit 9 Paul Carberry Charles Byrnes (IRE) 13 6:24.94
2012 Big Buck’s 9 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 11 5:44.20
2011 Bick Buck’s 8 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 13 5:50.80
2010 Big Buck’s 7 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 14 5:49.40
2009 Big Buck’s 6 Ruby Walsh Paul Nicholls 14 5:57.00
2008 Inglis Drever 9 Denis O’Regan Howard Johnson 17 5:52.90
2007 Inglis Drever 8 Paddy Brennan Howard Johnson 14 5:46.50
2006 My Way de Solzen 6 Robert Thornton Alan King 20 5:38.20
2005 Inglis Drever 6 Graham Lee Howard Johnson 12 5:48.40
2004 Iris’s Gift 7 Barry Geraghty Jonjo O’Neill 10 5:49.80
2003 Baracouda 8 Thierry Doumen Francois Doumen (FR) 11 5:41.25
2002 Baracouda 7 Thierry Doumen Francois Doumen (FR) 16 6:01.70
2000 Bacchanal 6 Mick Fitzgerald Nicky Henderson 10 5:36.60

Cheltenham Race – The Stayers’ (World) Hurdle

The Stayers’ Hurdle, formerly known as the World Hurdle, is one of two feature races on day three – St. Patrick’s Thursday – at the Cheltenham Festival. A Grade 1 test of stamina over hurdles and a distance of about 3m on the new course, this year’s renewal takes place on Thursday, 12th March at 15:30 GMT. There is £325,000 in prize money up for grabs in the Stayers’ Hurdle with first place worth over £180,000. Last year’s race was won by Paisley Park for trainer Emma Lavelle and jockey Aidan Coleman. Keep up to date with all the Stayers’ Hurdle news and tips on this very page.