Our last outsiders article provided followers with a 25-1 winner on Thursday. The ITV cameras are at Aintree and Sandown on Saturday so we’ve selected three horses at massive prices which could follow up. These three horses have gone under the radar a little and could run much bigger races than their prices suggest. Check out our free tips page for daily content across British and Irish racing.
Now Where Or When (25-1, William Hill) does have a significant statistic to overcome in this race but he’s a fascinating contender. This gelding is seeking to become just the second seven-year-old to win this race in the last decade. Stuart Crawford trains this Irish raider and he had a treble at Ayr earlier this week. On the form of his third behind Dusart and Sounds Russian in April, he could win this if finding some improvement. A winner over two miles last time and if taking to the fences, a big run could be on the cards.
Bold Plan (25-1, bet365) ran up a hat-trick of wins at the backend of last season. It’s hard to see where this huge price has come from on that evidence. May well have needed the run at Kempton last month and should be much sharper here. Evan Williams can often spring a shock Saturday winner but it wouldn’t surprise me if this one came home the winner.
Red Happy (40-1, Betfair) wasn’t disgraced in the Coral Gold Cup last week. David Pipe has dropped him in grade here and he should find life much easier. Theo Gillard is a useful conditional and his 3lb claim can only aid the horse’s chances. Experienced for a five-year-old, he won off this mark at Exeter four starts ago. Having finished second in the Norfolk National at Fakenham in May, the trip should cause no issues for him. Could easily run into a place at a huge price.
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