Newbury 13:30 Betting Odds: The Boss a Huge Mover

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Ean Lamb
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Newbury 13:30 Betting Odds The Boss

Newbury 13:30 betting odds had The Boss as one of the biggest movers in Irish and English horse racing Saturday 26 November.  This is the 2m 6f 110yrds Class 3 Sportingbet Novices Handicap Chase (For The Fulke Walwyn Trophy) (4yo plus).

Racebooks were coming in with a price of 8 to 1.

The Boos is described as the “point winner who paid his way over hurdles/fences last season, rounding off with 21f handicap win at Warwick. Back over the bigger obstacles on return, and yard could hardly be in better form.”

The Boss was getting around a quarter of the betting action in the Newbury 13:30 race. 

Other top movers for Saturday’s races included:  Tullamore Dew 23.42 (DOWN 75%) Blazing Bailey 58.57 (DOWN 37%)  Tullamore Dew was getting 11 percent of the race action for the Newbury 15:10 race card.

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- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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