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Ante Post Betway Summer Plate Handicap Chase Odds

Ante Post Betway Summer Plate Handicap Chase Odds 1

Punters are going to be blessed with loads of major horse races that are scheduled to be run at some point over the weekend, however from a betting point of view there is one race in particular that is being run this coming Saturday the 20th of July 2019 that you should be looking at and betting on.

That is the Betway Summer Plate Handicap Chase, which this year has plenty of runners in it, however punters and bookies odds compilers are having a very hard time trying to work out the horse that should win that race, and that has led to some overly generous odds being offered to punter by most bookies on all runners in that race.

If the ante post betting markets are to be taken at face value on this race there are a couple of horses that you should be backing, the first of which is the current favourite that being Gortroe Joe who is trading at odds of around the 6/1 mark.

The other horse that does appear to be in with a very good chance of winning this race this year is the second favourite that being Ronava and if you get a move on you should still be able to back that horse at odds of at the very least 3/2.

Value When Betting Each-Way

If you want to back any horses to win this race outsider then you can of course do just that, but you could also back a few horses each-way and receive a winning pay-out if they all only get placed.

To get the best possible each-way betting terms I suggest you place such bets over at the BetFred betting site or  make full use of their mobile betting app for that bookies is offering one quarter of the win odds and is paying out to four places this year on each-way bets struck with them on this race.

Rest of the Field

There are loads of other horses that could play a major and leading part in this race and some that could be worth backing possibly each-way are Pacific De Baune 8/1, Casablanca Mix, Darcy Ward, Royal Village, Henryville, Theinval, Ennistown and More Buck’s all at 10/1 and also Lord Bryan, Gone Platinum Trigger Nichol that are all trading at big odds of 12/1.

The last batch of horses that are running in this race include Demi Sang at 14/1 and Poker School, Court Duty, Beggar’s Wishes, Value at Risk, Van Gogh Du Granit, Solar Impulse and Sizing Granit at 16/1 and then you have the outsiders which include horses such as El Terremoto, Get Out the Gate and Lord Wishes at 20/1 and Red Giant is 33/1.

But to ensure you get the best valued odds I would suggest if you do fancy backing any outsiders outright to win you should be placing those bets at Betfair via their betting change, as that is where you will often find the very highest possible odds being offered on the lesser fancied horses.