2023 Summer Handicap Hurdle Betting Odds at Market Rasen racecourse

Saturday, 22 July 2023

The first five horses in the betting for the Unibet's Zero% Mission Handicap Hurdle have all won their previous encounter, with Father Of Jazz running for James Owen and it’s possible that jockey Harry Cobden will ride the horse to victory. The six-year-old is carrying plenty of weight and perhaps some of the other runners will take advantage.

Belvedere Blast is another interesting horse who runs for Adrian Paul Keatley and the five-year-old could have enough class to win at Market Rasen over two miles, half a furlong. Everyonesgame is a two-time winner this season and the six-year-old has also been installed among the favourites for a race with seventeen runners.

2023 Mission Handicap Hurdle Tips

Father Of Jazz has been passing every assignment with flying colours this season, with the six-year-old having scored at Kempton Park before a double success at Aintree. Most recently, the runner landed a victory over two miles, half a furlong in a Handicap Hurdle, with the 2/1 favourite winning by a convincing margin and he looks a good each-way prospect.

Belvedere Blast has previously delivered the goods at Market Rasen, with the five-year-old having landed successive wins at this northern course in quick succession. Following on from those victories, there was another victory in the Michael Foster Memorial Handicap Hurdle by three lengths and it’s easy to see why this horse might be a popular selection.

Everyonesgame could also run a game race and the horse has collected back to back wins at Warwick and Worcester recently. Having obliged in the Brookbanks Novices’ Hurdle at the former, the horse then claimed a victory as the 3/1 favourite in a Charity Handicap Hurdle over two miles and four furlongs, with potentially more to come here.

Dancila could also go well after a win at Newton Abbott last time out, with the six-year-old having won a handicap hurdle over two miles and one furlong. Fergal O’Brien will hope for a repeat performance from a runner who was previously third out of seven runners at Huntingdon Racecourse and there was also a smart showing at Taunton.