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Team ODDSbible Looking For More Success In The Racing League After Back-To-Back Winners

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Team ODDSbible Looking For More Success In The Racing League After Back-To-Back Winners

Week Three of the William Hill Racing League takes centre-stage on Thursday evening, with Lingfield Park staging the next stage of the competition. Team ODDSbible enjoyed a fantastic time of things in week two with two winners at Doncaster to leave us third in the table on 115 points behind Team Racehorse Lotto (122 points) and Team Bullionvault (119). Lingfield's fixture is staged on a synthetic surface called Polytrack, which should suit a number of our runners and we have previewed all six contenders running for Team ODDSbible.

5.38pm Racing League R13 (6f)

A great chance to kick things off with a winner. Letmelivemylife (10/3) represents Team ODDSbible and returns to the All-Weather, having won on the surface at Wolverhampton in March. Fourth on his latest start at Haydock, the three-year-old met trouble in running and that effort can be marked up. He looks a leading player in this event and can get the better of Copinet and Strike Red.

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Team ODDSbible runner: Letmelivemylife 10/3

6.08pm Racing League R14 (6f)

The Brian Meehan-trained Walls Of Kano (33/1) represents Team ODDSbible and shaped better than the bare result suggests when seventh at Newcastle on the opening night of Racing League. He's a big price here, but may have been overlooked in the betting given he remains open to plenty of improvement. The leading players include Benefit Street who impressed when scoring last time out, Lady Celia and Jack The Truth.

Team ODDSbible runner: Walls Of Kano 33/1

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6.38pm Racing League R15 (7f)

Team ODDSbible are represented by the Martyn Meade-trained Hover (11/1) who scored at Goodwood last season, but has been below-par in two runs since. Fourth at Brighton on his latest start, the four-year-old remains unexposed and is open to more improvement. It looks too early to be discounting his chances. Others of note in the race include Royal Pleasure and Mohareb.

Team ODDSbible runner: Hover 11/1

7.08pm Racing League R16 (1m)

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Brian Meehan saddles another runner for Team ODDSbible here with Glentaneous (10/1). The three-year-old boasts strong form on the All-Weather having scored at Lingfield in February over course and distance. He has finished down the field in two hugely competitive events on turf of late, which included a handicap contest at Royal Ascot. The return to the Polytrack is sure to suit and he looks a leading each-way player in this event. Others to note include Lankaran who look thoroughly unexposed for Roger Varian and Brains.

Team ODDSbible runner: Glentaneous 10/1

7.38pm Racing League R17 (1m 2f)

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Alan King saddles Painless Potter (28/1) who clearly needs to step up to feature in this event. The three-year-old is yet to win on seven starts and finished third at Sandown last time out. The son of Camacho has run at Lingfield on the All-Weather before and given he shaped with promise on his first start at 10 furlongs, he cannot be overlooked. Other names to note in the contest include Fame N Fortune who scored on his penultimate start and Jebel Dukhan who was second on his latest run.

Team ODDSbible runner: Painless Potter 28/1

8.08pm Racing League R18 (1m 4f)

Another Alan King-trained runner for Team ODDSbible as Twilight Twist (11/1) seeks a second career win. King's daughter Georgia will take the ride on the three-year-old who ran a race full of promise back on the All-Weather when third over 12 furlongs at Wolverhampton last month. Given a nice break since, the Twilight Son gelding is clearly suited by a synthetic surface and is another fascinating each-way player. The market leaders include Lydford who is another unexposed runner for Roger Varian, Powerful Aggie who scored on her latest start and the unexposed Onesmoothoperator who all look contenders in the finale.

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Team ODDSbible runner: Twilight Twist 11/1

Thomas Thorn
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