Owen’s Outsiders! 33/1, 28/1 and 18/1 Each Way Horse Racing Tips

Wincanton Racecourse

With action around the globe, this Saturday’s action is something to savour. The Breeders’ Cup sits in the spotlight, with nine Grade 1 races making Keeneland the place to be on Saturday. There are a host of European raiders too, making it an incredible spectacle.

There is plenty of action in the UK and Ireland too, with ITV Racing tips coming from Doncaster and Wincanton. As always, we’ll have horse racing tips for all of the days action.

I’ll be focusing on those horses you may not have even considered, hiding at the bottom of the market. You can find my bigger priced fancies below!

12.55 Doncaster – Fox Champion (28/1)

He’s been a frustrating horse to follow this year, but Fox Champion clearly has plenty of ability and sits on a mark that makes him too dangerous too ignore.

The majority of his form in 2020 has been disappointing, but he’s faced some very tough tasks. He was a close-up sixth in a Newcastle Group 3 earlier in the season and that is the sort of form that would give him a big chance at this level.

He’s been a no-show in two subsequent starts, but he’s fallen four pounds down the handicap as a result and is rated twelve pounds lower than his peak. He’ll get a strong pace to aim at and if channelling any of his best form, he’s got a strong each-way chance off this rating.

3.35 Wincanton – Sizing At Midnight (18/1)

It’s very early days for Sizing At Midnight over fences and he looks just the type to continue improving for Colin Tizzard. Making all in a pair of novices’ handicaps earlier in the year, he fell short in his hat-trick bid at Exeter last time.

There was no disgrace in that defeat, however, jumping well throughout and only collared late by another in-form rival. The pair pulled nineteen lengths clear of the rest and a three-pound rise is far from harsh. Given the way he jumped and travelled, this 3m 2f test should be right up his alley.

He’s likely to be up with the pace throughout, and if jumping with the same zest as his recent efforts, he’s likely to be in with a shout as they level for home.

4.10 Naas – Kals Mogok (33/1)

The final race at Naas is a very weak maiden over the mile distance. The short-price favourite Cannoli has achieved a peak RPR of just 58 in two career starts and perhaps an outsider can take advantage. The one who stands out to me is Kals Mogok, who we’ve seen just once thus far.

She made her debut at Navan last month, finishing a never-involved eighth over the five-furlong distance. There’s plenty of stamina in her pedigree, so today’s marked step up in distance should really suit on paper.

The tongue-tie is enlisted and you’d expect to see some natural progression from her opening effort. She wouldn’t need to improve much to land a telling blow and it’s easy to warm to her chances.

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