National News And Tuesday’s best bets from Jack Milner

Jack Milner of BetVictor.com with Grand National news and his views on Tuesday’s cards, BetVictor confirmed they are Non Runner No Bet on the Randox Health Grand National from yesterday morning’s five-day entry stage. The firm have been betting ¼ odds each way 6 places on the great race from Friday 31/03/2017. Former Becher Chase winner Highland Lodge (20 from 33s) and Lord Windermere (33s from 50s) have been the market movers over the weekend with the largely settled weather forecast this week considered a big boost for the latter a former Cheltenham Gold Cup winner. The likely good ground will be a positive for Charlie Longsdon’s Drop Out Joe, 66/1 from 100s with BetVictor on Monday morning, with the yard in excellent form over the weekend including a 1-2 in the Veterans’ Chase at […]


BetVictor’s Jack Milner takes a look at Monday’s cards

BetVictor’s Jack Milner takes a look at Monday’s cards The flat season came back with a bang at the weekend, with Oh This Is Us saving the bookmakers a fortune in Saturday’s Lincoln at Doncaster. Ryan Moore rode the first three winners of the new turf season, all well-backed on the show too, completing a 575/1 treble with Tupi in the Spring Mile. That saw Oh This Is Us backed into 7/2 favourite for the straight mile on Town Moor, only for the four-timer to be narrowly denied by former Ballydoyle inmate Bravery for Danny Tudhope and David O’Meara. The winner got up in a photo on the far side to save the industry millions and, after Moore’s other ride was withdrawn in the closing maiden, multiple backers were narrowly denied a monstrous coup on […]


BetVictor’s Jack Milner highlights Friday’s best bets

BetVictor’s Jack Milner highlights Friday’s best bets Yuften has been made the 4/1 favourite with BetVictor for the opening leg of the spring double, after ante-post favourite Morando was ruled out of tomorrow’s curtain-raiser on the flat, much to the disappointment of trainer Roger Varian. Trainer Brian Ellison will be praying for rain on Town Moor for Top Notch Tonto, who is now 8/1 from 16s for the Lincoln at Doncaster, and stablemate Definitly Red now 10/1 from 14s joint-favourite for the second leg in next week’s Grand National at Aintree. Lincoln prices from BetVictor Yuften 4/1 Donccha 6/1 Top Notch Tonto 8/1 10/1 Bar Ellison’s string remain in good form and I’m keen to see how New List (5.20) gets on in the Wetherby finale under 7lb conditional Kaine Wood. The pilot is well […]


Jack Milner of BetVictor.com casts his eye over Tuesday’s cards and picks out a few

Jack Milner of BetVictor.com casts his eye over Tuesday’s cards and picks out a few Entries for the opening leg of the spring double were released with Roger Varian’s Morando the 5/1 favourite with BetVictor at the five-day stage, bidding to reverse the form with Roger Charlton’s Champions Day winner Yuften. The latter is 7/1 from 8s after an excellent third on his seasonal reappearance but must concede a pound to the Varian inmate, having been on level weights in the Balmoral Handicap at Ascot. Neither Charlton nor Varian are represented on the all-weather at Wolverhampton however, Newmarket trainers are still out in force with William Sayle (2.50) expected to go close in the 9f Maiden under Andrea Atzeni. The well-bred colt made an eye-catching debut last month at Kempton when not knocked about and […]


Jack Milner of BetVictor.com picks out Monday’s best bets

Jack Milner of BetVictor.com picks out Monday’s best bets Jim Crowley enjoyed a terrific winter in his debut season as Sheikh Hamdan’s retained rider and arrives back from Dubai World Cup night at Meydan to partner Wurdood (1.50) for William Haggas at Wolverhampton. The selection was a beaten favourite when last seen finishing fifth at Doncaster in November however, based on the Dark Angel filly’s excellent third on debut at Yarmouth, is chanced to shed the maiden tag at third time of asking stepping up in trip. Crowley partners exciting colt Muqaatil in the 3yo Handicap over an extended nine furlongs with Richard Hannon’s charge unexposed after showing promise in all three runs in maiden company. The son of Lonhro was a beaten favourite when last seen running over 7f and should improve for the […]