In-Running Focus

In-running trading hints and tips focusing on finding consistently low trading and poor finishing horses you can back-to-lay or lay in-running at low risk for big profits.

Back-to-lay Wolf Sword, Mailshot and Plan Again
In-Running Focus

Back-to-lay Wolf Sword, Mailshot and Plan Again

2.15 Carlisle

Wolf Sword and Mist Kit look the pace in this race but the former, Wolf Sword looks the one to side with in-running, having traded odds-on in his last four races. He has finished no worse than third in in last six races and looks a decent bet to go close again off just 3lb higher than his last handicap race last month. He drops back in distance, which looks to suit; he currently trades around 5.40 on Betfair.

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2017 Grand National In-running Back-to-lays

Tenor Nivernais

There may be some stamina reservations about this horse, but he is 10lb well in after an impressive 30 length win at Ascot. He races aggressively from the front which will keep him out of trouble, especially in today’s race where there is likely to be lots of pace on. He seemed to save his best for Sandown, but that is more likely down to him been a very good jumper which is needed around Aintree.

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Back-to-lay Raktiman, Bobble Emerald and Montastic

3.20 Stratford

Raktiman has been running over all kinds of distances of late but finally got back to winning ways over 3m2f at Sedgefield on the 4th of March. He’s up just 3lb for that ¾ length win and the drop down to 2m6f won’t be a problem. He is quite an erratic horse in-running and can often lose his place mid-race to then recover, which has seen him trade low in-running in recent races; he currently trades around 8.60 for a back-to-lay.

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Back-to-lay Loose Chips, Looking Well and Cepage

2.05 Newbury

Loose Chips has traded below at least half his BSP in-running in 10 of his last 11 races and there no reason to think he won’t be trading low again here. He is a really good jumper which has seen him perform well at tracks like Sandown in his last four runs that have a premium on jumping ability, and with Newbury’s tough fences his great jumping prowess will put him in good stead.

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