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Cesarewitch Stakes (Heritage Handicap): Ranch Hand to Lead the Herd Home

Cesarewitch Stakes (Heritage Handicap): Ranch Hand to Lead the Herd Home

4.10 Newmarket After we gave you the heads up on huge gamble Lord North in the Cambridgeshire, we now look to complete the Autumn Double by backing the winner of the £350,000 Cesarewitch Handicap at Newmarket on Saturday. This 180-year-old marathon two-and-a-quarter mile test features 31 runners and will be run in fairly laborious conditions making it a true exam of the field’s stamina, but we think the we have the horse to do it.  Here’s our shortlisted six against…

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Cambridgeshire Handicap: North to Lord it Over Cambridgeshire Rivals

Cambridgeshire Handicap: North to Lord it Over Cambridgeshire Rivals

3.40 Newmarket The Cambridgeshire has been on the calendar since 1877 and this year the event is worth £160,000.  The first leg of the Autumn Double looks to be a cracker, one that may well be dominated by well-handicapped three-year-olds and we have five of them in our top 7 here. Beringer There’s no doubt that as a 4yo Alan King’s gelding has more to offer, so as a solid handicapper who’s gone down a couple of pounds in the…

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Cesarewitch Stakes Handicap: Making Miracles On The Rowley Mile

Cesarewitch Stakes Handicap: Making Miracles On The Rowley Mile

3.40 Newmarket One of the biggest betting events of the flat season kicks off at Newmarket on Saturday as the 2 mile 2½ furlong Cesarewtich tests out over 30 runners on the Rowley Mile. Racecard Contenders Betting has been hotting up all week and picking out three against this field is tough enough, let alone one, however we have 8 of the best listed here with a couple of value each-way bets to get stuck into. Cleonte Andrew Balding may…

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Cambridgeshire Handicap: Afaak And Circus To Steal The Show

Cambridgeshire Handicap: Afaak And Circus To Steal The Show

The first leg of the Autumn Double, with the Cesarewitch to be run soon, is a massive betting race and one we have got stuck into. Although the race is run over just a furlong short of a mile-and-a-quarter, it has often been called a ‘9-furlong sprint’ as the big, talented field goes off at a fierce pace and given that horses are herd animals, it’s amazing how many times the speedy ones keep up that gallop to stay near…

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