2022 Sir Peter OSullevan Memorial Handicap Chase Betting Odds at Newbury racecourse

Saturday, 26 November 2022

Make sure you take advantage of extra places when it comes to each-way betting on this race at Newbury Racecourse. There are several horses that are all trading at a similar price and it’s Kapcorpse who is heading the market. However, Killer Kane, Mister Coffey and Demachine are the other runners who are being respected by the racing betting sites.

Much depends on working out which runner is best handicapped and the going at Newbury, with the ground forecasted to be good to soft. It’s always worth comparing the best racing odds so that you can get the biggest price. It’s also about securing the most generous place terms in order to gain an edge over the bookies.

2022 Sir Peter O'Sullevan Memorial Tips

So why is Kapcorpse betting favourite to win the Sir Peter O'Sullevan Memorial Handicap Chase? The nine-year-old hasn’t been seen at a racecourse since running at Newbury Racecourse back in February, with jockey Harry Cobden pulling up the runner on that occasion although the horse had previously won this race in 2021.

On that occasion, the horse travelled strongly and was able to oblige at 13/2, with Paul Nicholls now looking for a repeat training performance. However, a long lay-off means we should tread carefully and there could be more value backing Mister Coffey who was last seen competing in the Topham Handicap Chase at Aintree.

Previously to this, there had been three consecutive second-placed finishes and Killer Kane is also likely to be a warm order, with this being the namesake of the England football captain although whether the Joe Tizzard-trained runner can oblige after a midfield performance at Exeter earlier in the month is open to question.

Demachine looks to be a talented six-year-old and he was last seen claiming a victory at Uttoxeter, with the Kerry Lee-trained runner obliging as the 7/2 favourite and could be the best each-way prospect here. There was also a fifth-placed finish in the Ladbrokes Trophy Chase on 27 November at Newbury Racecourse last year.