Betfred extra place tips – Each-way tips at Leopardstown and Musselburgh
Sunday’s Each-Way Tips
Racing Tips take a look at Betfred’s extra place races and provide readers with our each-way tips for Leopardstown and Musselburgh on Sunday 2nd February.
Today, Betfred is offering its customers extra places in the following races…
12:55 Leopardstown – SIX PLACES from five places
3:20 Musselburgh – THREE PLACES from two places
2:30 Leopardstown – SIX PLACES from five places
4:00 Leopardstown – FIVE PLACES from four places
Need a hand picking out which horses to back in these selected races? Fear not, Racing Tips is here to help!
We’ve had 6/1 and 20/1 winners this week, came within a neck of a 40/1 winner on Friday and had 9/1 and 25/1 placers on Saturday! Here are our each-way tips in today’s extra place races with Betfred…
Sunday’s Extra Place Each-Way Tips
Willie Mullins is a master when it comes to mares, we all know that, and he has several runners in here. REBEL OG ran a solid race behind Ard Abhainn in a Listed race the last day, she should improve with the extra couple of furlongs and looks well-treated with just 10-13 on her back. She’ll do for me!
Sneaking in at the bottom of the weights we find YOU CAN CALL ME AL. Edward O’Grady’s youngster has run respectably behind many youngsters who’ve gone on to run in Grade Ones, finishing third to Embittered and Jason The Militant. Fame And Glory’s progeny often improve with the step up to three miles and You Can Call Me Al looks especially well handicapped carrying just 9-13.
Emmet Mullins deemed ROCKET LAD good enough to run in the Ballymore Trial at Cheltenham Trials Day last weekend. Mullins’ raider faded quickly and was pulled up before the last that day. Yet, the fact he’s out so quickly suggests Rocket Lad is no worse for that outing at Cheltenham and this is a significant step down in class.
Ten of JP McManus’ army of handicappers have been thrown into this competitive handicap, and I think it could be worth taking a punt on PORTMORE LOUGH. Prior to the Troytown, Portmore Lough had won two fairly lucrative handicap chases over 18 and 22 furlongs. Portmore Lough will carry just 9-10 on Sunday, thanks to Simon Torrens’ claimer, and I think this lightly-raced nine-year-old has been dangerously overlooked in the current betting.
How To Claim:
1. Sign up with Betfred following the link above or log into your account
2. Click on the horse racing tab
3. Look out for the races labeled Extra Place (Green banner)
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Applies to ‘Winner or E/W’ market only. Applies to singles and multiple bets. 4 Places If there are fewer than 12 runners standard place terms will apply. 5 Places If there are fewer than 16 runners we will pay 4 Places (1/5 odds). Doesn’t apply to ante-post bets. Dead heat rules apply. Betfred reserve the right to exclude certain customers from this offer at our discretion due to internal risk policies and/or account staking restrictions. General Betfred.com rules apply, see website for details.