2024 Riyadh Dirt Sprint Betting Odds at Riyadh racecourse

Saturday, 24 February 2024

The horse racing betting sites make the 2023 Riyadh Dirt Sprint a wide open encounter, with Elite Power regarded by some bookmakers as the horse with the best chance in the race. However, Dancing Prince is currently trading at a similar price for this big money clash on a dirt track, with Remake and Gunite some of the other runners that are likely to be taking their place.

Meraas and Ryuno Yukina are other potential contenders and it’s always worth comparing the latest prices and working out the best way to back the selection that you fancy. It’s also worth checking out the odds movement and understanding which horses are proving the most popular from a betting point-of-view, with the bookmakers now starting to price up the market.

2023 Riyadh Dirt Sprint Tips

Elite Power is an American speedball that is likely to line up in the Riyadh Dirt Sprint and this could be the horse to take all the beating. The William Mott-trained animal has enjoyed five successive victories in his short career to date and he looks set to take his place in the Riyadh Dirt Sprint and produce a strong run based on his performances in the United States of America.

The horse achieved victory in a claiming race at Saratoga before obliging in the Vosburgh Stakes at Aqueduct over seven furlongs on a fast track. That was a Grade 2 encounter on a dirt track and this success was followed by a really smart win in the Qatar Racing Breeders' Cup Sprint. That success was over six furlongs and the horse won going away which is a positive sign.

Dancing Prince is trading at similar odds for this Dubai race, with the Japanese raider hard to compare against the other market leader although the horse will arrive with a strong reputation. The last action seen by this runner involved a victory in the JBC Sprint where four other runners where beaten in a local Grade 1 race.

Remake is a younger pretender to the crown and this was a recent winner in the Capella Stakes at Nakayama, with the horse obliging at odds of 42/10. Quite tellingly, the runner was able to topple Ryuno Yukina who was sent off as the favourite although it could be the duo doing battle when it also comes to this encounter.