2023 Spring Cup Betting Odds at Newbury racecourse

Saturday, 22 April 2023

We’ve got a big field lining up in the Spring Cup Handicap on Saturday 22 April, with the runners and riders competing over a distance of one mile on soft ground. It’s all about trying to identify the horses who have benefitted from a modest amount of weight from the handicapper, with Lattam regarded as the one who has been best treated.

Lattam is still a backable each-way price and the same can be said of Baradar, with every other horse trading at double figure odds. Air To Air was impressive when finishing second last time out and Alrehb was able to score twice and the six-year-old could be the one to side with if capable of delivering to a high level.

2023 Spring Cup Handicap Tips

Lattam runs for trainer William Haggas in the Spring Cup Handicap and there was a notable victory when the four-year-old last ran. In a field of twenty-seven runners, the horse was able to oblige at The Curragh in the Paddy Power Irish Lincolnshire, with this victory taking place over one mile on soft to heavy ground, with a similar field lining up here.

Lattam was previously well down the order when finishing eleventh out of sixteen runners in a handicap race at York, with Baradar next in the betting and this is another horse who has hit the frame out of twenty-two runners recently. At Doncaster, the 9/1 shot finished third behind Migration and Awaal over one mile on heavy ground.

Air To Air is trained by George Boughey and this horse finished second on the all-weather at Newcastle Racecourse, with this performance coming at the beginning of 2023 when the horse was beaten into runner-up position by a horse called Zip, while favourite Noisy Night was touched off by both horses.

Alrehb is another runner that should be respected, with the six-year-old having recorded back to back victories. There was a win at Wolverhampton in mid-March when beating favourite Unforgotten in a Lincoln Trial Handicap, with this coming after a one mile victory on the all-weather at Southwell and there’s something in the fact that it knows how to win.