Saudi World Cup is the world’s richest race and of course ”Ledvolten” will have to write about it. Before we get you all going thru the great race, let’s look at the undercard.
The Morning Line is vastly underevaluating number 2 Channel Maker in the first race, the Turf Cup. Channel Maker is so much thougher than this bunch. I have taken 10/3 for 3 units this is a ridiculous price!
It will be hard to take on the odds on fav in the turf sprint. I will leave out this race.
The third race is a Marathon and I like 8 Spanish Mission here recieving a lot of weight. Good Each Way bet at 5/1.
The fourth race is like a local handicap and if you don’t know the improver, just go on to the next race.
The Saudi Derby is exiting. Can the Queen win? 13 Soft Whisperer does have all the credentials, but couldn’t 8 Rebel’s Romance be open to more improvement and remain undefeated?
The biggest question here is if they ship 2 Cowan here to be sold? Is he a legit contender? We will soon find out. My recommendation will be 4 Homeryan. This French raider would probably appreciate further, but the form from the last race looks good. He might improve a lot and is good each way value at 10/1.
The dirt sprint should see a good performance from 13 Switzerland but I expect this to go to 6 Matera Sky, drawn inside and good value as a 3/1 favorite.
The world’s richest race will conclude the evening. We will see a lot of pace with 8 Knicks Go trying to make it all from stall 5. The jolly is 3 Charlatan who is also possessing a lot of tactical pace. He is a litte inexperienced and I will call him out as a bad favorite.
11 Mishriff was second in the Saudi Derby but won the French ”Derby”. Gosden is firing at the moment and Mishriff will be superhigh on my shortlist at 13/2.
Better still, the battled-hardened warrior 14 Tacitus is no stranger to this track. Beaten 4.5 lenghts a year ago he won’t be far away at the finish. Since the pace should be quick, he is an excellent 12/1 each way bet.