2024 Summer Handicap Hurdle Betting Odds at Market Rasen racecourse

Saturday, 20 July 2024

There’s a big field set to line up at Market Rasen for the Unibet Daily Industry Best Prices Summer Handicap Hurdle, with Black Poppy running for Kerry Lee and the horse will be vying for favouritism along with Maxcel and Vocito. The latter pair have both recorded victories this term and could be good each-way bets.

Manuelito was victorious in his last showing and the four-year-old has the potential to win a third consecutive race, with Mostly Sunny having been in the first two in all four races. Chaos Control and Fringill Dike can also be considered and the majority of horses in the race have the potential to land a victory.

2024 Summer Handicap Hurdle Tips

Black Poppy has been out of action for over 200 days, although the eight-year-old could be the horse to land a victory when it comes to the Unibet Daily Industry Best Prices Summer Handicap Hurdle. The runner was last seen finishing thirteen lengths behind Constitution Hill on Boxing Day after previously finishing second at Cheltenham.

Previously to this, there were victories at Haydock and Cheltenham, with Maxcel having landed back-to-back successes this season. Mel Rowley trains a seven-year-old who scored at Uttoxeter at the end of June and that came after a victory at Bangor-on-Dee, with Vocito another horse who has registered consecutive wins.

Olly Murphy trains a six-year-old who was able to score by a massive margin at the beginning of July, with the horse able to oblige as the 8/11 favourite. That came after previously landing a comfortable win at Worcester where the horse was previously able to land second place at Perth out of ten runners.

Manuelito was able to get a victory last time out and the four-year-old was on the board at Wincanton and Ffos Las, with big margins landed on both occasions before finishing second at Carlisle. Mostly Sunny has a strong track record and the Dan Skelton-trained charge could be a decent each-way shout at the prices.

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.