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It's week four of the inaugural Racing League and Team ODDSbible are fourth in the table with 164 points as the show moves on to Windsor Racecourse this evening.
That's a wrap! :clap:
Another fantastic evening of racing...
Here's how your @WilliamHill Racing League standings look after Race Day 3!
We have a completely new top 3 pic.twitter.com/xN3pnRnfEU
- William Hill Racing League (@RacingLeagueUK) August 12, 2021
Out of luck last week, we are hungry for more success and have four live chances. We have previewed their hopes with every contest worth a guaranteed £50,000.
Team ODDSbible are represented by Tanfantic (15/2) for Brian Meehan and Martin Dwyer. The three-year-old shaped with plenty of promise at Doncaster in the second week of the Racing League and gets to run off the same rating of 77 here. Ground conditions are in his favour and he looks a live each-way player in this event given he also boasts winning course and distance form at the track. Others who warrant a mention include night Of Romance who scored at Doncaster two weeks ago and is deeply respected along with Equitation and Strongbowe.
Team ODDSbible runner: Tanfantic 15/2
Back-to-back winners for Team @ODDSbible in the @RacingLeagueUK last week :fire:
We're looking to reign supreme once again as we head to @LingfieldPark :heart_eyes: pic.twitter.com/HQb410kzKV
- ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) August 12, 2021
Another live chance for Team ODDSbible in this event with the progressive Lord Neidin (7/2). A smooth winner at Pontefract in June, he was far from disgraced when switched to the All-Weather at Newcastle on the opening night of the Racing League. Given a nice break since, he remains open to plenty of improvement off a mark of 88 and looks sure to go close in this event. Lord Neidin's main market rival is Paxos who has already won twice this year and has been narrowly beaten in two competitive events on his last two runs.
Team ODDSbible runner: Lord Neidin 7/2
Alan King saddles Rafiki (14/1) who will need to step up on his form so far having finished fifth at Lingfield on his latest start. A dual winner in his career to date, the three-year-old continues to drop in the handicap, but this will demand a career best and he will need to put his best foot forward to feature in this event. Others who warrant a mention Epidemic, Semper Augustus and the unopposed Gaheris.
Team ODDSbible runner: Rafiki 14/1
Let's here your thoughts! :thought_balloon:
We've had a different leader after every Race Day so far, who's turn is it this week? :twisted_rightwards_arrows:
Will Team @SwishCocktails be the first to hold their place?
Or will we see a complete re-shuffle at the top!? :chart_with_upwards_trend: pic.twitter.com/LwlIoZIcmZ
- William Hill Racing League (@RacingLeagueUK) August 19, 2021
Roger Charlton saddles Big Boy Bobby (9/1) for Team ODDSbible who chases a second successive victory. The three-year-old son of Vadamos was a narrow winner at Brighton last time, but showed a good attitude on that occasion to score and has been raised 1lb for that win. He clearly is open to plenty of improvement and looks unexposed given he gets to race off bottom-weight. Lydford was impressive at Lingfield on week three of Racing League last week and is another to note along with Sword Beach and Roscioli in the finale.
Team ODDSbible runner: Big Boy Bobby 9/1
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