Racing advisor Andrew Mount casts his eye over Sunday’s SpreadEx markets to find the best value fixed odds and spread bets.
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Andrew has been in fantastic form this week, with Saturday’s 20-1 Cheltenham winner KANSAS CITY CHIEF the highlight. He has two recommended bets/trades on Sunday:
Horse Racing Betting Tips for Sunday October 24th
ITCHY FEET was a Grade 1 chase winner as a novice in February of last year but is 0-6 since and just doesn’t have the size for chasing, often making mistakes. He placed at 14-1 in a Grade 1 chase at Aintree when last seen but was beaten by more than 12 lengths and never looked like winning. Cheekpieces go on for the first time and he could be forced into jumping errors by the likely strong pace. Selling him in the 50-30-20-10 spread market is probably our best option.
Southwell jumps form doesn’t always travel, with winners in non-handicap hurdles and bumpers winning only 49 of their 235 starts (since 2016) when bidding to follow up. The expected number of winners bashed on their starting prices was 60 and had we backed them blind we’d have lost £97.99 to a £1 level stake. MACKELDUFF won easily enough at that venue last time but got first run on the second-placed horse – Mozzaro – who was beaten by 25 lengths off a lowly mark when 6-1 for a handicap hurdle at Uttoxeter last time. The third was beaten by 40 lengths next time and the fourth finished eighth of ten on the all-weather. An opening handicap mark of 115 could overestimate his chances and he’s one to oppose. Those looking for an alternative to back in the SpreadEx fixed odds betting might want to consider RIGGS.
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