2024 AW Mile Final Betting Odds at Newcastle racecourse

Friday, 29 March 2024

Can anyone stop Dear My Friend continuing his impressive winning run? The Charlie Johnston-trained runner has been really flashy this season and the four-year-old has every chance of securing a fourth straight success. The horse could be favourably handicapped at 10-1, with Joe Fanning on board this talented runner.

Symbol Of Light has registered back to back runner-up spots this season and Julie Camacho will be confident that her horse can put in a decent showing, with the five-year-old second favourite in the racing betting market. Fast Raaj could also go well and the six-year-old comes into the race off the back of a victory.

2024 All-Weather Championships Mile Handicap Tips

Dear My Friend hasn’t put a foot wrong this season and three straight wins explains why the horse is trading as favourite to win the All-Weather Championships Mile Handicap. The four-year-old was last seen winning at Lingfield on 1 March, with the horse beating seven other rivals when obliging as the 2/1 favourite.

Previously to this, there was a February success at the same track when fending off Nine Tenths at Lingfield, with the horse having started the New Year with a bang when winning on the all-weather at Newcastle. On that occasion, the horse beat Symbol Of Light into second place and perhaps the same horses will be battling it out this time.

Julie Camacho saddles a horse who has posted two second-placed finishes this term and there’s a question over whether the runner is able to land a victory. After finishing second on New Year’s Day, there was another smart performance on the all-weather at Kempton Park, with the 6/4 favourite edged out by a nose.

Fast Raaj can’t be easily ignored and the six-year-old has more experience than several other runners in the field. The French raider has certainly been respected by the market and there was a success at Chantilly last time out. Kingdom Come is trained by Clive Cox and the five-year-old also comes into this heat off the back of a win.