The years’ online horse betting action continues this weekend with a flurry of eye-catching events, such as the Becher Chase and the Tingle Creek. Today we’ll be taking a look at the best racebook action available at this Saturday’s action at Aintree. There are plenty of events to wager on and a handful of picks that are sure to turn some value. So without further ado, here is our Aintree betting guide for this weekend’s lineup. Without a doubt it will help catch you up on the biggest names, events and picks ahead of this Saturday’s events.
Aintree Betting Guide
One pick worth considering ahead of this Saturday’s lineup has to be Shanahan’s Turn. Jockey Tom Scudamore and trainer Colin Tizzard will be vying for more success after winning last week’s Ladbrokes Trophy with Sizing Tennessee. Now they look to do the same with Shanahan’s Turn, who will be donning the same colors of the late Ann and Alan Potts. They’ll be competing in the Betway Grand Sefton Handicap Chase and are one of the best picks to consider ahead of this event.
One thing to consider when making this online horse betting pick is the previous experience he brings in from the Grand National Fences. This should give her a massive advantage this weekend. The 10-year old appeared highly motivated by the task when he gunned down home course specialist Ultragold in the Topham Trophy over the course and distance back in April.
Now he’s back with a pound higher in the handicap. Her October run delivered an eye-catching third at Chepstow beaten by Charbel and Baron Alco. Both of those two look much better since then. Ultimately Shanahan’s failure can be chalked up to a lapse over just two miles on the quick ground at Cheltenham.
Returning to Aintree could see him return to his best form. Although there are some progressive horses competing alongside, like Crievehill, Catamaran Du Seuil and Forest Des Aigles, their supporters might avoid taking a chance on them taking on the course.
Other Aintree Betting Options
Another pick racebook bettors are considering is Captain Redbeard, who has delivered two solid races this season. He finished third to Vintage Clouds at Haydock in his most recent run. But what really got his hype train derailed was his dismissal at Foinavon fence in the Grand National back in April, also at the same track. Additionally we saw him gas in the finishing run behind Gas Line Boy in this very same race in 2017.
Betfair Tingle Creek Chase Picks
As aforementioned, Tingle Creek will also be held this weekend. All eye appear to be on All eyes at Sandown, who will be vying for a renewal here. He’ll be facing Altior there, who will be vying to make it 10/10 over fences at the expense of Un De Sceaux, Sceau Royal and even Saint Calvados. The weather forecast favors a spectacular show so you should definitely tune in if you’re able to. If you do make sure to keep an eye on Ice cool Champs who will be looking to deliver an eye-raising performance.