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Prestbury Cup Britain v Ireland odds for Cheltenham Festival 2024

Cheltenham has been dominated by the Irish in the last few years – and don’t expect that to change anytime soon!

Britain haven’t lifted the Prestbury Cup since 2015, with Ireland’s top trainers Willie Mullins, Gordon Elliott and Henry de Bromhead leading the way at the last three Festivals.

Our lads and lasses are once again heading across the Irish Sea to compete for the biggest prizes on the National Hunt calendar and boast a formidable lineup that will be tough to beat.

We’ve dominated the big one too. The last five Gold Cup winners have been Irish-trained and three of them have been ridden by Paul Townend, who steered Galopin Des Champs to glory just 12 months ago.

Given the recent dominance, it’s not surprising that the Irish are hot favourites in Paddy Power’s Presbury Cup 2024 odds with the Brits at a hefty price to come out on top.

Everything you need to know about the Presbury Cup 2024 can be found below.

What is the Prestbury Cup?

The Prestbury Cup is the battle between Great Britain and Ireland for the most wins over the four-day festival at Cheltenham. There are 28 races across the week and so the first country to win 15 takes home the cup.

Prestbury Cup 2024 standings

We’ll update the Prestbury Cup 2024 table with the latest scores at the end of each day of the Cheltenham Festival!

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Prestbury Cup 2024 odds

The latest Prestbury Cup odds can be found on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app or via our snazzy betting widgets below.

Prestbury Cup results

2023: Ireland – 18 wins
Ireland – 18 wins
2021: Ireland – 23 wins
2020: Ireland – 17 wins
2019: Tie – 14 wins
2018: Ireland – 17 wins
2017: Ireland – 19 wins
2016: Ireland – 15 wins
2015: Great Britain – 14 wins
2014: Great Britain – 15

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