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 HUITS REFLETS (pulled up, 11-2) on Tuesday and has two recommended bets/trades on Wednesday, November 23rd. Follow his tips on horse racing betting sites throughout the year.
Dan Skelton’s PEMBROKE looked like a horse to follow after scoring at the first time of asking under Rules, running out a comfortable winner in a soft ground Huntingdon bumper in March. He returned to action in a Chepstow maiden hurdle at the beginning of this month and although keen early, he looked set to take a hand in the finish before a bad blunder at the second last cost him his chance and he finished a respectable seventh of 15. Jockey Harry Skelton understands the need to race wide on the hurdles/bumper course at Wetherby when the ground is deep and his record in such races on officially heavy going reads 11212111132111 (10-14). Pembroke can be supported in the 50-25-10 market or backed in the Spreadex fixed odds betting.
Recommendation: Back PEMBROKE in Wetherby 2.40
STARVOSKI had wind surgery before her chase debut at the end of last year but failed to fire on three attempts over fences, finishing a well beaten ninth of 11 and pulling up twice (stopped quickly) in her two other runs. The removal of a tongue-tie and the fitting of first-time cheekpieces seemed to work the oracle on her next start when she reverted back to hurdles at Uttoxeter and scored in emphatic style. She made her seasonal return at Ffos Las in a handicap chase in the retained cheeckpieces and ran very well, travelling strongly throughout, before a couple of late mistakes took their toll and she was forced to settle for a close-up fourth of 11. She should strip fitter this time and can bought in the Spreadex 50-25-10 market.
Recommendation: Back STARVOSKI in Hereford 1.50
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