Gamble alert: debutant backed into 5-1 from 25-1 at Ascot on Saturday 📉

We believe that keeping an eye on the markets is always a sensible idea and like to keep you informed about any major moves. There is plenty to be learnt from how strong or weak a horse is in the betting. Although there are no guarantees in this game, it does provide some information about the level of confidence behind a horse.

There is one runner at Ascot on Saturday that has been the subject of sustained market support. Having been available at a massive 25-1 the previous evening, the horse in question is as short as 5-1. This runner makes its debut and is clearly expected to make an impact. Check out our free tips page for daily content across British and Irish racing.

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North View is trained by Peter Chapple-Hyam and is set to run in the very valuable maiden that opens the card. The race is worth a whopping £50,000 and is sure to be hotly contested for that reason. Chapple-Hyam’s charge is hoping to make it third time lucky as he’s been withdrawn from two previous engagements and got loose beforehand on one of those.

The trainer himself has been in decent form in the last fortnight. He has had two winners from just six runners in the last two weeks which gives him a healthy strike-rate of 33 per cent. This is perhaps a factor behind the strength of North View’s market support.

A son of Expert Eye, his dam is an unraced half-sister to a Group 1 winner. It has to be noted that his three siblings have all failed to win as of yet but he’s out of a promising sire and could be the first to get his head in front.

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