Racing League Returns! HUGE 52,019/1 Acca to Kick Off Week 1 at Doncaster

2022 Racing League. Our tipster has identified a huge 52,019/1 accumulator for week one at Doncaster.2022 Racing League. Our tipster has identified a huge 52,019/1 accumulator for week one at Doncaster.

52,019/1 Racing League Four-fold for Thursday’s Doncaster Card

The Racing League is back in action on Thursday, with week one of the 2022 event taking place at Doncaster, all seven races covered live on ITV4. To kick off the competition, our expert tipster has identified four big-priced horses on the card that combine to make up a whopping 52,019/1 accumulator, which you can back with one click of the banner below.

Accumulator available to back at Sky Bet, which is offering extra places on all Racing League races on Thursday, 4th August


Mostawaa (5.40 Doncaster) 11/1

The Racing League begins with a 1m handicap, which may just provide MOSTAWAA with a good chance to get Scotland off to a flying start in this year’s competition.

This 6yo has a fairly modest career strike rate of 3-34, but he was in great form earlier this season and has slipped to a mark 4lb below his last winning one.

Mostawaa bumped into Eilean Dubh when second at Hamilton in May, and that rival has won two of his next three starts to now hold a 16lb higher official rating.

Mostawaa hasn’t really kicked on since that showing, finishing down the field at York and Sandown the last twice, but he certainly wasn’t disgraced last time having probably set too strong a pace. First-time blinkers look a positive addition for this prominent racer, and he posted a joint career-high RPR on one of just two previous visits to Doncaster.

The double-figure price available looks a shade too big.

2022 Racing League. Kevin Stott can get Team Scotland off to a winning start in the opening race.

2022 Racing League. Kevin Stott can get Team Scotland off to a winning start in the opening race.


Lord Rapscallion (6.10 Doncaster) 14/1

The market for this 7f handicap is somewhat unsurprisingly headed by a pair of 3yos, yet it might instead pay to side with the experienced 6yo LORD RAPSCALLION.

Stuart Williams’ charge hasn’t managed to get his head in front for these connections as of yet, but he went close at both Epsom and Newmarket earlier this season.

His form’s taken a slight dip the last twice, but he wouldn’t have benefitted from a pace duel at Newmarket last time and might just find it easier to dominate in this field.

A visor is now added to his tongue tie, and he’s a horse that’s benefited from headgear switches in the past, scoring in a first-time eyeshield back in November 2019 and reapplied cheekpieces in August 2020, that latter success coming from 9lb above his current rating.



Kodias Sangarius (7.10 Doncaster) 16/1

Richard Hannon appears to have a good chance of supplying London & The South with a Racing League winner thanks to KODIAS SANGARIUS in the 6f handicap.

This 3yo filly has gained both wins to date on the all-weather, yet she’s shown a proficiency for turf with narrow defeats at Windsor and Chepstow recently.

On that latest effort, Kodias Sangarius finished just a half-length off Adaay In Asia, who franked the form when running out a 22/1 winner of a Glorious Goodwood handicap next time out.

She probably wasn’t advantaged by having to make her challenge out towards the far rail at Newmarket last time, so can have her performance upgraded. She’s been doing most of her racing in small fields recently, but both victories have come when smuggled into races from midpack in double-figure fields, a scenario which may well play out here.

2022 Racing League. Richard Hannon can supply the London & The South team with a winner on the opening week.

2022 Racing League. Richard Hannon can supply the London & The South team with a winner on the opening week.


Mattice (7.40 Doncaster) 14/1

The last leg of our Racing League Week 1 four-fold comes in the 5f handicap, where MATTICE represents the shrewd Yorkshire team.

This gelding had some exceptional juvenile form to his name last season which included narrow defeats to Royal Ascot winner Latin Lover and the now 114-rated Lusail.

He deservedly got his head in front for the first time when taking a Redcar maiden in June, and he’s caught the eye since, failing to handle ground with cut (not for the first time) at Haydock before a respectable second to the potentially smart Alia Choice at York last time.

Mattice was clear of the remainder that day, and given how powerfully he travels through his races, he’s not anticipated to have any problems with this drop back to the minimum trip. A mark of 76 clearly underestimates Mattice on his 2yo form, and therefore he can be chanced to go in here.


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