Owen’s outsiders – 100-1, 66-1 and 33-1 each-way horse racing tips

Wolverhampton Racecourse

If the weather allows it, Monday should be another fantastic day of racing. Carlisle, Plumpton and Fairyhouse all have early inspections, but there is hope that all three can survive. If they do succumb, we’ll still have racing from Newcastle and Wolverhampton on the All-Weather.

It may have been two Saturdays ago now, but that 1065-1 double is still fresh in my mind. There’s plenty of competitive racing to start the week and I’m hoping I’ve found three who can outrun their lofty odds.

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4.00 Fairyhouse – Attitash (66-1)

This really is a modest maiden contest, with three of the main protagonists rated below 100. It won’t take much winning as a result and Attitash could sneak into the frame under Danny Mullins.

His three rules runs have been disappointing, but positives can be taken from a recent tenth at Naas. He travelled fairly into that contest, with early exertions telling as he weakened quickly in the closing stages.

This is nowhere near as strong of a contest and he retains the services of Mullins, which can only be a positive. He does need to settle better, but if he’s able to do just that, he can certainly threaten for a place with the improvement from it.

4.30 Wolverhampton – Misu Pete (33-1)

It’s been a long time between drinks, but Misu Pete is now eleven pounds below his last winning rating and has displayed positive signs on the All-Weather this winter.

His best run since that success came over the extended mile here, finishing a very close fifth after being headed in the dying strides. He’s now ten pounds lower after four subsequent below par efforts.

A return to Wolverhampton can help matters, however, and dropping to seven furlongs may see him to better effect today. A previous course and distance winner, he also has the services of a five-pound claimer. If a return to this course and distance is a catalyst, this mark won’t stop him from igniting the surface on Monday.

4.40 Newcastle – Infinite Sun (100-1)

On paper, this race revolves around Goobinator, Busy Street and Kings Creek, who all take up big chunks of the market. As a result there are three horses at enormous odds and Infinite Sun has an excellent place chance as a result.

He’s rated just 84 over hurdles, but he did win a bumper in his earlier days. Contesting a course and distance “jumpers bumper” back in December, he acquitted himself well to finish a close up sixth at odds of 50-1.

This is a tougher race, but that sort of form wouldn’t put him far away from the placings. He benefits from William Shanahan’s seven-pound claim and if they do go fast early doors, he’ll be one to capitalize late at a huge price.

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