Doncaster Betting Odds

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Racing in Doncaster dates back to the 16th century. with the present course on Town Moor used since the 1770s. It hosts jumps & flat, with the highlight being Britain's oldest Classic, the St Leger.

12:00 - Mobile Betting At 188Bet Handicap Chase

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2m 3f 31y class 4 (4yo plus)

Results

1. Foundation Man 3/12. Domtaline 7/1

Non-Runners

None (All 6 Ran)

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12:30 - Mobile Casino At 188Bet Maiden Hurdle

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2m 4f 181y class 5 (4yo plus)

Results

1. Post War 9/22. Benny In Milan 13/2

Non-Runners

None (All 6 Ran)

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13:05 - 188bet.co.uk Novices' Chase

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2m 3f 31y class 4 (4yo plus)

Results

1. Might Bite 1/2F2. Premier Bond 6/1

Non-Runners

None (All 5 Ran)

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13:40 - 188Bet Handicap Hurdle

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2m 3f 88y class 3 (3yo plus)

Results

1. Midnight Jazz 9/4JF2. Big Chief Benny 9/4JF

Non-Runners

Satanic Beat (6 Ran)

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14:15 - Premier League Betting At 188Bet 'Confined' Handicap Chase

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3m 2f 1y class 3 (4yo plus)

Results

1. Dancing Shadow 7/22. Fort Worth 7/2

Non-Runners

None (All 7 Ran)

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14:50 - 25 Free Bet At 188Bet Novices' Handicap Hurdle

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2m 3f 88y class 4 (3yo plus)

Results

1. Midnight Cowboy 8/12. Aliandy 5/13. Movie Legend 5/1

Non-Runners

Lift The Lid (10 Ran)

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15:25 - Thoroughbred Breeders' Association Mares' Handicap Hurdle

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3m 84y class 4 (4yo plus)

Results

1. Two Swallows 13/22. Lochnell 11/1

Non-Runners

None (All 7 Ran)

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Doncaster race tracks

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This is a fair galloping track built most suited to strong gallopers. The long straight can be quite a test and requires a horse to have stamina and courage in abundance. It s almost totally flat apart from a small undulation at Rose Hill by the 10f and round mile starts. There is a straight mile, and the chute also includes 7f, 6f, 5f 140yds and 5f starts. The final classic of the season, the St. Leger, starts more or less in front of the stands just after the turn into the back straight.
Draw bias: The draw bias can be variable. A quirk of the straight track is that over sprint trips (5f and 6f) high draws tend to dominate, but the further the distance the more the low draws come into it, with those drawn low often vastly favoured over a mile. On the round track low draws are generally beneficial for the simple reason that it s a left handed track and those drawn high can struggle to get a position. On heavy ground however, the inside can be slightly slower so those drawn high can sometimes opt to look for the better ground on the outside. It's not an easy track at which to make all the running, and although hold up horses often take the honours it s generally best to sit prominently but not hit the front too soon.