Professional horse racing tipster Andrew Mount takes a good look at today’s Spreadex markets to find the best value spread betting and fixed odds opportunities.
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Andrew successfully opposed REPUBLICAN (7th, 5-1) on Monday and has two recommended bets/trades on Tuesday, November 22nd. Follow his tips on horse racing betting sites throughout the year.
The 68,000gns spent on PATIENT DREAM last October doesn’t look money well spent, as the four-year-old has lost all eight starts since that sale. Wind surgery failed to bring about improvement at Worcester in the spring and the form of subsequent Stratford runner-up effort in June looks very modest. He trailed home a 52-length last of five at Beverley on his most recent outing and I’m taking him on in the Spreadex 50-25-10 market despite him having joined Donald McCain from the Oliver Greenall & Josh Guerriero yard since that run. His new handler hasn’t got the best record at Southwell and I’m far from convinced that these fixed brush-style hurdles will suit.
Recommendation: Oppose PATIENT DREAM in Southwell 2.35
HUIT REFLETS has been well supported overnight for this 2m5f handicap hurdle after his 16-1 fifth of 13 at Sligo on is comeback last month but he looked flattered that day. It was a huge advantage to challenge late/wide on the better ground at that all hurdle/bumper meeting on October 21, especially in the 2m4f handicap won by True Destiny, and Elizabeth Doyle’s five-year-old came from off the pace and stayed well away from the ‘dead’ rail. The winner, runner-up and fourth were all well beaten next time (the third has yet to run), and a similar fate could await Huit Reflets. Sell in the Spreadex 50-30-20-10 market. Fixed odds punters might want to have an each-way interest on SAINT BERNDADETTE, who didn’t have the most advantageous track position when third in a maiden hurdle at that October 21 Sligo fixture.
Recommendation: Oppose HUIT REFLECTS in Limerick 2.45
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