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Caspar Netscher heads the each-way value at the Breeders Cup

| 03.11.2011

Looking for value is often a wise strategy when betting on any sporting event and with 14 races making up the two days of the Breeders Cup, there are some decent looking each-way prices on offer.

Below are three of which look like the best, with Caspar Netscher looking highly capable of running a big race in the Breeders Cup Juvenile Turf, perhaps the most open race of them all over the two days.

Caspar Netscher @ 6/1 in the Breeders Cup Juvenile Turf

Having been campaigned all season over 6f, the obvious doubt about Caspar Netscher is whether he will stay 1m, but connections are confident.

The horse has continued to improve all season and is deserving of a Grade One victory, especially after running into trouble in the Middle Park last time.

His vast amount of racecourse experience should give him a valuable edge over his rivals, he has a good draw, Kieren Fallon in the saddle and should be suited by the stiff nature of the track.

Flat Out @ 6/1 in the Breeders Cup Classic

Doubts over those at the head of the Breeders Cup Classic odds make Flat Out one of the safest options in the market.

So You Think is not certain to appreciate the switch to dirt from turf, while Uncle Mo not only has stamina doubts over 10f but also a poor draw to overcome.

After two years of injury troubles, Flat Out looked back to his best when scooting up in the Grade One Jockey Club Gold Cup last time and looks to have a lot in his favour.

Shumoos @ 12/1 in the Breeders Cup Juvenile Sprint

Big things were expected of Shumoos after producing a highly promising debut when blasting clear of a field that contained Frederic Engels at Haydock in May.

Things have not gone to plan since, especially on grass, but she did win a Group race at Kempton recently on the all weather.

The dirt at Churchill Downs could be to her liking and she certainly still has speed in abundance. She can be a major player if she can be settled in the early stages.



Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.