Exeter 14:50 Sportingbet offer 4/1 racing odds on Kiwi Myth – 19th December 2019

Kiwi Myth and Bellamy's Grey to duel at Exeter

Horse Racing Betting

This will a three-mile slog for the 12 runners taking part in the Exeter 14:50 on Thursday, December 19th. This is open for 5-year-olds and up and is a Class 5 affair. Because of the big field, there are some appealing odds at the head of the market, with joint-favourites going towards Kiwi Myth and Bellamy’s Grey.

Exeter 14:50 Race Odds*

Kiwi Myth 4/1
Bellamy’s Grey 4/1
Inspireus 11/2
Great Tempo 7/1
Don’t Be Robin 13/2
Kingston Mimosa 17/2
Big Time Frank 8/1
This Breac 10/1
Sustainable Star 11/1
Touch Screen 16/1
Ballybreen 18/1
Monet Moor 80/1
* (betting odds from 7:11 pm on December 18th, 2019 at Sportingbet)

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The front runners

There is a good line up here and Kiwi Myth is a course and distance winner, which is going to have some big appeal in a competitive race. The 7-year-old came back after over a six-month break to claim a win at Fontwell in early November over 3m. She was out against in early December, claiming a 3rd place of eight at Plumpton and was a distance 13l from the winner there in slightly better company. She will have no issue with the distance or going and is the 4/1 joint favouirte.

Bellamy’s Grey who is much higher rated and therefore having to deal with the extra weight compared to Kiwi Myth, is looking for a first win. The 7-year-old claimed a second at Fontwell over 2m 6f last month, from a field of six at a 5/1 price. It was a good showing nonetheless but the last time that he was up at 3m he was 10th of 12th back in October at Chepstow.

Other notable runners

Inspireus really doesn’t have the form that suggests that he can do enough on the day to pull out the win. He has had fourteen outings in his career and has yet to secure even a place finish. Was fourth last time out on what was his chasing debut at Lingfield. Great Tempo hasn’t won in over three years so is something of an outsider shot compared to the front two. Was a distant fourth on his last run at Ffos Las where he was 18l back of the winner at a shorter distance than this.

Don’t Be Robin may appeal with a favourable handicap and a couple of second-place finishes since mid-October. He has worked hard and over 3m trip in his last outing, he was 4th of seven by almost 20l. He claimed a win at Chepstow over 3 miles in a Class 5 outing back in April on good going from a field of 13. Kingston Mimosa couldn’t find the legs in a chase at Lingfield this month, coming home six of 10. This may not be the ideal distance for him, but he earned a win at Lingfield in November at 2m 4f in heavy going.

Distance winners

There are a couple of other distance winners in the field. This Breac has pulled one out and earlier this month was the fifth of 10 at Wincanton over 3m 3f. Is right about in his wheelhouse at 3m but generally prefers good going. Ballybreen is the other distance winner in the field but pulled up last time out from a 12/1 start which won’t still a lot of confidence.

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