It’s been a remarkable week for MyRacing’s tipsters, especially with our Each Way Doubles! It all started with an enormous 262/1 winner on Wednesday, with Nakadam at 16/1 and Miss Sassyboots at 28/1 providing us with incredible profit!
Our experts then slammed the crossbar on Thursday and Friday. Count Amazonia got Thursday rolling in grand style, before Watchable brought home a 14/1 place. Friday brought us a 50/1 winner, while our other selection, Master Matt, came extremely close to providing us with another huge day.
Not to be out done, I’ve trawled through the cards to find some horses at monster prices. The below horses caught my eye, and look far too big in their respective races. See my Mega Each Way Double below!
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12.48 Uttoxeter – Againn Dul Aghaidh (33/1)
Going close on his stable debut for John Groucott in December 2019, Againn Dul Aghaidh remains very lightly-raced for his age. That promising effort came over the 2m 4f distance, with his sole subsequent run last season coming over 3m 1f at Catterick, which stretched his stamina along with a poor round of jumping.
He looked in desperate need of the run when down the field at Stratford last month, never going with much vigour. A big step forward can be expected on this occasion, however, especially now he’s returned to the 2m 4f distance.
He should get a decent pace to aim at and the ground conditions have fallen into his favour. This certainly isn’t a strong looking handicap and given his run in a tougher contest around this time last year, he looks a huge price under Lee Edwards.
1.10 Navan – Nimby (25/1)
Previously trained by Dan Skelton in England, Nimby was a dual winner under rules for that trainer. An impressive bumper winner back in December 2018, he struck over hurdles at the third attempt with a dominant victory at Huntingdon.
He’s had just two runs since joining Ross O’Sullivan, both over fences, where he hasn’t looked suited to that sphere. A return to hurdling today looks a big plus, especially as he makes his handicap debut.
This opening mark looks very lenient on his British form and he should be all the better for his recent seasonal debut over fences at Wexford.
Perhaps even more interestingly, O’Sullivan is 3/11 in Navan handicap hurdles in the last five years, for a profit of £9.50. When they’re ridden by Luke Dempsey, the strike-rate is 2/5, with a profit of £6.50.
There’s a huge amount to like about his chances at an enormous price on Sunday.