How to bet £20 ante-post at bet365 Cambridgeshire

Racing TV’s Harry Allwood took aim at Saturday’s bet365 Cambridgeshire at Newmarket and has two fantasies for the £200,000 contest, with one at 40-1.

Coach Sean Woods has made no secret that he holds Wise Victory in high regard, and her three-year-old appears to have strong claims to land bet365 Cambridgeshire on Saturday.

The Newmarket manager had the Derby in mind for his youngster at the start of this season, and although things didn’t exactly go to plan, the switch to handicaps proved to be a good decision.

The selection is an unlucky shade of not having won his last two outings as he was not suited to the way the race developed when he was narrowly beaten by Protagonist, who is another top player. plan for bet365 Cambridgeshire, having raced at Doncaster on its penultimate start. .

Savvy Victory was a stylish winner at Goodwood last time out

However, he showed what he was capable of in his last outing when he scored in style at Goodwood and impressed with the way he contested from last to first.

Patient tactics clearly suited him better there and, based on the speed figure he produced, falling back a yard won’t be an obstacle.

Woods said his son from New Bay was not a definite contender on Saturday, but because registrations for bet365 Cambridgeshire closed ahead of his race at Goodwood, he will only have a 4-pound penalty, and j hope this will persuade connections to declare him.

A slight question mark is that Savvy Victory has never contested a race with more than nine runners, although it’s wise to think that this event will bring out the best in him, with a high pace almost assured.

I’m confident we haven’t seen the best of this strong traveler yet, and any rain that arrives this week will be positive as it looks best suited with a cut in the ground.

At greater odds, I can’t resist having a few pounds each way bright light to a 40-1 overall.

The five-year-old of Saeed bin Suroor was unbeaten from afar when he was fifth in the John Smith’s Cup where he hit the two furlongs before home before faltering in the final stage, a an effort that suggested the trip to Cambridgeshire might be ideal for him, despite the fact he never ran less than ten furlongs.

Brilliant Light caught the eye at Goodwood in July

He also caught the eye when he was second at Goodwood with the same classification on his next outing, as he suffered traffic problems at a crucial stage before finishing strongly second.

His last race is probably best excused as a slow pace was against him at Yarmouth, and he didn’t have the toughest time under pressure.

A fast gallop will do here, and his efforts this year prove he is capable of being competitive with a 97 rating. His connections also won this race last year with Bedouin’s Story.

How to bet £20 ante-post on bet365 Cambridgeshire 2022:

£7.50 each way Wise Victory to a 12-1 overall.

£2.50 each way bright light to a 40-1 overall.