Cesarewitch Handicap Entries, Runners Guide & Betting Latest

Cesarewitch Handicap Entries, Runners Guide & Betting Latest

Leoncavallo is being well backed at the top of the market, but two horses at big prices are catching the eye of punters

 Cesarewitch Handicap Entries:

  • Summer Moon 
  • Cleonte 
  • Alright Sunshine 
  • Rock Eagle
  • Reshoun 
  • Diocletian 
  • Island Brave 
  • Not So Sleepy
  • Indianapolis  
  • Future Investment 
  • Dalton Highway 
  • Coeur De Lion 
  • Rajinsky 
  • Whirling Dervish 
  • Australis 
  • Just Hubert 
  • Mondain 
  • Jukebox Jive 
  • Blue Laureate 
  • Lynwood Gold 
  • Smart Champion 
  • Coltrane 
  • Arthurian Fable 
  • Author's Dream 
  • Great White Shark 
  • True Destiny 
  • Mukha Magic 
  • Vis A Vis 
  • Leoncavallo 
  • Lever Du Soleil 
  • Mutadaffeq 
  • Takarengo 
  • Gold Arch 
  • Mr Chua 
  • Lightly Squeeze (reserve) 


Latest Betting: 

Another hugely competitive renewal of the Cesarewitch Handicap, with 34 runners going to post for Saturday’s feature at Newmarket. 

At the head of the market, Great White Shark (8/1), Leoncavallo (9/1) and Coltrane (9/1) are proving hard for the odds compilers to split. 

However, oddschecker users think the value lies with Leoncavallo who is the most backed runner through oddschecker, with a total of 13% of bets in the market. 


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Since joining David Pipe, the eight-year-old has had a sensational season on the flat, winning twice and finishing second from his three runs. 

Great White Shark is the second most backed horse, taking 10% of bets through oddschecker and you can still get a best price of 17/2 with one firm. Willie Mullins has won this two years in a row with Low Sun in 2018 and Stratum in 2019, so it is obvious why his runner is receiving plenty of attention. 

The six-year-old mare finished 10th in last year’s renewal. She found some trouble throughout the race, but managed to stay on well to pick her way through some of the field. Her latest effort was at the Galway Festival, where she gamely won the Guinness Handicap Hurdle. 


Interestingly, it the reserve for the race, Lightly Squeeze, who is also being strongly supported. Harry Fry’s six-year-old will need a horse to withdraw so he can go to post. However, oddschecker users think if he does get in he has a great chance and are taking the 16/1 quotes about. He’s the third most backed horse, with 8% of bets in the market. 

The other horse at the head of the market, Coltrane, isn’t catching the eye of many at the moment. His mark has gone from 75 to 97 so far this season, but oddschecker users think this may be one step too far for the progressive three-year-old. With just 3% of bets in the market, punters are looking elsewhere at the moment. 

At a big price, Alright Sunshine is attracting a fair amount of interest. Available as big as 28/1 yesterday, some firms are now as short as 20/1 on Keith Dagleish’s runner. However, you can still get a best price of 25/1. He ran a big race in the Ebor, and an improvement on that effort may see the five-year-old go close. 


Just Hubert (18/1) and Not So Sleepy (12/1) both have their share of supporters too. The latter won on his only flat start to date this season at Pontefract when bolting up in a four-runner field. The eight-year-old came fourth in the race last year and it would be no surprise to see him run another huge race.

One at a massive price that has caught the eye is Whirling Dervish. Taking 6% of bets, punters think the 40/1 available on Gavin Cromwell’s horse is far too big. The Irish runner has piled all his trade in his homeland to date. He hasn’t been on the flat since joining Gavin Cromwell, but has had a successful summer over hurdles. The five-year-old has some solid flat form though and oddschecker users think his current price tag is generous.