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Tips for Sp to in-play running prices.

dloman

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In response to another poster I will post some racing tips for in-play betting. These are likely to drop from their SP whilst the race is being run. I use betfair, though with other trading software as it make it easier to "green up" across the whole field.

So here are a few for today.

13:50 Tramore - Killahara castle. Currently around 40-1 though you may get it up to 70-1. Risky because it has had only 6 races but has achieved 50% of sp over 80% of the time at this distance and with shorter odds.


14:55 Tramore - De Benno. Odds likely to be between 4 and 5 to 1. Very good record of achieving heavy price movement at level and distance.


16:30 Market Rasen - Alberta. SP around 4.5, likely to move in during race, good chance it will win.


I do have picks for most races and tend to hit around 90% of the time but be aware on short distance races a poor start could see the price go up instead of down.
 
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