Leading horse racing advisor Andrew Mount analyses Wednesday’s SpreadEx markets to find the best value spread betting and fixed odds opportunities.
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Andrew’s sell of short-priced favourite AUDITORIA (unplaced) produced a good profit on Tuesday and he has two more recommended bets/trades for Wednesday’s action:
Horse Racing Betting Tips for Wednesday November 17th
Ascot expert REGAL ENCORE ran a solid 14-1 third at his favourite venue last time but the 13-year-old is far from likely to repeat that away from the Berkshire venue. His record when switching from Ascot to a different track reads PP3P7PP0 (0-8) and he hasn’t won at a left-handed track since his novice chase win at Plumpton in December 2015. Selling him in the SpreadEx 50-25-10 market is one option, though fixed odds bettors might want to consider backing NOW MCGINTY despite the long absence. Ten-year-olds – the youngest age group eligible to take part in veteran’s handicap chases – outperform their older rivals and he’s one of only two in the 11-runner line-up, the other being HEAD TO THE STARS.
WARWICK RACECARD No.1s
With REGAL ENCORE, a horse I’m keen to oppose (see above), being a racecard No.1 it prompted me to have a good look at the other No.1s who are prominent in the betting on Warwick’s excellent card. GLOBAL HARMONY is trading at around 4-1 for the mares’ novices handicap chase (12.30) but she may not be suit by the left-handed track. Her hurdles record this way round reads 3253 (0-4), with the runner-up effort a 23-length thrashing. When racing right-handed over jumps her record is 3141 (2-4) and if she does have a preference for racing in the other direction it could be punished on her chase debut today. JOYFUL KIT is less easy to field against in the 1.40, as the step up to 2m5f could suit, though GUERNSEY’s patient running style doesn’t look idea for this venue and his two previous course outings have seen him beaten by 37 and nine and a half lengths. He won at Exeter last time but was always on the inside where the majority of hurdle winners have race at the Devon venue this term. Sell with SpreadEx is the recommendation (the market is set at 38-41).
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