Grade One Albert Bartlett Guide 2024

Grade One Albert Bartlett

The last Grade One novice of the Cheltenham Festival, the Albert Bartlett establishes strong stayers for years to come. We've taken a look at all the horses going to post for this year's renewal.

Butcher Hollow

Yet to win in three starts since going hurdling.

Captain Teague

Placed in the Champion Bumper here last March behind A Dream To Share (form worked out really well)

Has looked a thorough stayer winning two of his three starts so far this season over hurdles.


Sent off 25/1 on stable debut and ran well to be 3rd. Went two better to get his head in front next time when stepped up to 3m.

Dancing City

A talented bumper horse who got off the mark on his second attempt over hurdles.

Took his form to a new level at the Dublin Racing Festival when winning a grade 1 over 2m 6f.

Dripsey Moon

A two time point to point winner who got off the mark on stable debut over hurdles.

Gidleigh Park

Unbeaten in all four starts so far and won a Grade 2 at Cheltenham in January over 2m 4f (2nd was 4th in the Coral Cup on Wednesday)

High Class Hero

Unbeaten in all 6 starts including all four runs over hurdles.


Former point to point winner who won first two starts for new connections including on hurdles debut.

Lecky Watson

Just touched off by Slade Steel two starts back (Winner won the Supreme on Tuesday)

Then finished 3rd in the Grade 1 Lawlor's Of Naas behind Readin Tommy Wrong.

Readin Tommy Wrong

Winner of the Grade 1 Lawlor's of Naas last time (Lecky Watson 3rd)

Steps up to 3m here for the first time which is an unknown.

Search For Glory

Second season novice who has won three of his five starts this season including two Grade 3s.

Was pulled up in this race and ran disappointingly at Aintree but seems to of improved this year.

Spread Boss Ted

Winner of his last two starts over 2m and 2m 4f.

Stellar Story

Got off the mark at the first time of asking over hurdles but has been beaten in three

starts since and was behind Dancing City at the Dublin Racing Festival.

The Jukebox Man

Won his first two starts over hurdles and was just behind Captain Teague in a Grade 1 at Newbury in December.