Leading racing advisor Andrew Mount turns his attention to Sunday’s Spreadex markets to find the best value spread betting and fixed odds opportunities.
Spreadex offers both normal fixed odds betting plus spread betting on horse racing. There are some key differences between this form of gambling and placing regular fixed odds bets. Get the calls right and punters could win big, but the potential to lose money can be much higher. Intrigued? Then check out this how to spread bet on horse racing guide:
Andrew found Chelmsford winner Almaan on Saturday and has one recommended bet/trade on Sunday. Follow his tips on horse racing betting sites throughout the year.
Horse Racing Betting Tips for Sunday January 16th
SOUTHWELL ‘DOUBLE DRAW’
Since Southwell swapped Fibresand for Tapeta it has been very difficult to win from a low draw on the round course (distances of 6f or further), especially in handicaps of eight or more runners. Only four winners have come from stalls 1, 2 or 3 from 117 qualifiers and the expected winners based on their prices was more than double this. This stat doesn’t always warrant a buy of the Spreadex ‘DOUBLE DRAW’ market, as the low draws tend to do well on the straight 5f course which can even things out. However, there are no 5f contests today and it should be the usual benefit for those drawn middle-to-high.
Watch the Southwell action using live horse racing streaming sites such as Spreadex.
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