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A former amateur rider in his native Ireland, Gordon Elliott has come from humble beginnings to be one of the most powerful trainers in Britain and Ireland. 

A multiple-time Cheltenham Festival winner and Grand National winner, Elliott has won nearly every top-level race in National Hunt racing on both sides of the Irish Sea, and now has connections with most of the powerful owners in the sport.

Although most of his horses run in his native Ireland, Elliott was one of the first trainers to send his horses to Britain during the week in search of winners – and his charges are often worth searching for when looking up the odds on UK betting sites.

All live prices are at your fingertips, as are all the ante-post prices and plenty of free bet offers ahead of the biggest meetings to use if you like the look of a Gordon Elliott runner.

The only choice you must make is visiting this page for all of the info on Gordon Elliott’s runners and prices from all of the top bookmakers and betting sites.

Gordon Elliott Runners Today

Here we have all the information on Gordon Elliott’s runners for today’s action. If Gordon Elliott’s horses are in action today, you will see them here, along with their live prices from all of the best horse racing betting sites. If you have a strong fancy, there may be some enhanced betting offers for you to take advantage of.


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Gordon Elliott Runners Tomorrow

Gordon Elliott’s entries for tomorrow’s racing action can be found here. As soon as Gordon Elliott’s horses have been declared, you will find them here along with their early prices at Ireland betting sites. With Gordon Elliott’s runners nearly always being strongly backed, it is always better to get on early before the value disappears.

Gordon Elliott Future Runners

If you are an ante-post player and like to back Gordon Elliott’s best horses well in advance, this is the place for you. We provide you with Gordon Elliott’s big race entries for the future, taking in all the top festivals that his horses may be targeted at.

As with all of National Hunt’s top trainers, Gordon Elliott’s best horses are usually only unveiled when the ground turns soft in late autumn and winter, so check in here to see if Elliott is ready to get his top horses back in action and what odds they hold with betting sites.

Gordon Elliott Horses to Follow

Gordon Elliott’s stable is chock full of top-class equine talent, and as such, there are so many horses to follow that it is hard to narrow them down for you to make the best picks on horse racing betting apps.

Here, our experts will try to point you in the direction of some of the horses that you should keep your eye out for.

Mighty Potter is probably the most talented and exciting horse under the care of Gordon Elliott at the moment. As such, the Caldwell Construction-owned six-year-old is a short-priced ante-post favourite for this year’s Turners Novices' Chase. A Grade 1-winning hurdler, Mighty Potter has yet to be extended in his three starts over fences and he is on the road to becoming a horse with a huge future.

Another young chaser that is taking the racing world by storm is the so-far unbeaten, Gerri Colombe. The favourite at betting apps for this season’s Brown Advisory Novices’ Chase, the exciting seven-year-old has two bumper wins, two hurdle wins and three chase wins to his name, and frighteningly for his opponents, he seems to be still improving over the larger obstacles.

Another Elliott chaser that is definitely worth following is the ultra-consistent, ConflatedThis year’s Cheltenham Gold Cup contender has hardly run a bad race in his career to date and will head to Cheltenham in top form after an easy victory in the Savills Chase at Leopardstown last time out.

Gordon Elliott horses for Cheltenham

Mighty Potter and Gerri Colombe are likely to be Gordon Elliott’s best chances of winners at Cheltenham 2023, and although Conflated is a very talented horse, he may be running for just a place in the Gold Cup.

Elsewhere at the festival, Elliott has a plethora of horses entered across all 28 races of the week. Of course, Elliott has had a strong association with the quirky Cross Country Chase in recent years, and he is again responsible for two of the favourites for the race in last year’s winner, Delta Work, and last year’s Gold Cup fourth, Galvin.

Progressive young chaser, The Goffer, runs in the Ultima Handicap, while Queens Brook will be looking to go one better than 12 months ago in the Mares’ Hurdle.

Teahupoo has a strong chance in a wide-open Stayers’ Hurdle now that his stamina has been proven, while Elliott’s pair of talented novice hurdlers, American Mike and Three Card Brag, should also hold their own in whichever race their trainer decides to run them in.

These are just a small selection of horses that will be representing Gordon Elliott at Prestbury Park in 2023, and it would be no surprise to see some of them adding to their trainer’s tally of 34 festival winners.

Gordon Elliott horses for the Grand National

Gordon Elliott’s name is now famous around the world among Aintree Grand National fans. Elliott’s young training career took off thanks to Silver Birch’s National win back in 2007, making him the youngest trainer to win the race at the age of 29.

In recent years, it has been two-time winner Tiger Roll that has put Elliott back into the Grand National spotlight, and in 2023 he will be hoping for another one of his horses to land the Aintree highlight.

Elliott has a huge amount of entries for this year’s renewal, and a lot of the decisions on which ones will run will come down to their performances at Cheltenham. One horse that is sure to line up in April, however, is last season’s third-placed finisher Delta Work.

Elliott utilized the Cheltenham Cross Country Chase as a warm-up race for the national to great effect with Tiger Roll, and he will be hoping for the same outcome for both Delta Work and Galvin.

Gordon Elliott’s horses for Punchestown

Much of Gordon Elliott’s entries for the Punchestown Festival will depend on what has happened at Cheltenham. If everything goes to plan in March, much the same team of horses will be lining up at Punchestown. 

Gordon Elliott Biography

Gordon Elliott’s rise to the top table of the racing world had an unusual start. Born on the 2nd March 1978 in Co Meath in Ireland, Elliott’s family had no connection to the equine world, but a young Gordon somehow found his way into horseracing.

Having worked for shrewd Irish trainer, Tony Martin, Elliott became an accomplished amateur rider in his late teens and earlier 20s. Despite his success in the saddle, Elliott’s focus had always been on eventually becoming a trainer, and he would find his way to the best trainer in Britain and Ireland at that time, Martin Pipe.

He could not have wished for a better teacher of the training world and soaked in all of the expert knowledge and wisdom of the legendary English trainer, something that would stand him in good stead for his future endeavours.

Elliott would eventually make the brave step to begin his training career at the age of 28, moving back to his home in Meath and starting his journey with just a handful of horses under his care.

Despite having yet to register a winner in Ireland, Elliott hit the headlines across the water when training the former Paul Nicholls trained, Silver Birch, to win the Grand National in 2007. At the age of 29, Elliott became the youngest trainer to win the Aintree highlight.

Four years later Elliott would begin what would become a very successful association with the Cheltenham Festival, with Chicago Grey providing him with his first winner at the highlight of the National Hunt world.

His training exploits were now beginning to attract the attention of the biggest owners in the industry including Michael O’Leary’s Gigginstown House Stud operation. In 2016, Elliott would provide the Ryanair tycoon with the ultimate prize, with Don Cossack winning the Gold Cup under Bryan Cooper.

The following year he has crowned Champion Trainer at Cheltenham and has since gone on to win 34 races, with more strong chances set to line up in 2023.

Probably the greatest training feat for Elliott came when he guided the now world-famous, Tiger Roll, to back-to-back victories in the Grand National, a race that began it all for the Irish trainer in 2023.