Naas 13:55: Paddy Power offer 9/2 racing odds on Crack On Corrie – 16th December 2019

Extra place available with Paddy Power for big field

Horse Racing Betting

This is going to be a big one. There are 25 starters in the field and just a quick scan through the runners reveals that there are plenty there with claims. It should be a fascinating showdown at Naas over 2m 3f. It is Midland Millie and Crack On Corrie who are leading the way in the market.

Naas 13:55 Race Odds*

Midland Millie 5/1
Crack on Corrie 9/2
Golden Symphony 6/1
Capture The Action 8/1
An Marcach 8/1
Eagle Roque 9/1
Kilmurry 14/1
Dressednblack 14/1
Vinabell 16/1
Friary Gold 16/1
Klassy Kay 20/1
Fair Minded 20/1
All About Alfie 20/1
*(betting odds taken from Paddy Power on December 15th, 2019 at 10:49 pm)

Horse Racing Betting at Bet365

Midland Millie and Crack On Corrie

Five year old Midland Millie has had back-to-back place finishes. In her last run she took third on some heavy going at Gowran Park in November. That was from a field of fifteen over 2m. So she should be fine at this distance having worked her way up. Crack On Corrie produced a second place finish last time out and is six pounds lighter than Midland Millie.

She was a 7/1 at Clonmel last month at this race’s distance and gave a good account of herself. She has won before in her career a 2m 2f but that was a couple of years ago. Notably her run at Clonmel was her renewal so there should be even more to come this go around and is at 9/2 with Midland Millie at 5/1*(betting odds taken from Paddy Power on December 15th, 2019 at 10:49 pm).

Around the sevens

Golden Symphony, Capture The Action and An Marcach were hovering around the 7/1 mark on Sunday*(betting odds taken from Paddy Power on December 15th, 2019 at 10:49 pm). Of them, Golden Symphony did get a late cut into 6/1 however thanks to some backing*(betting odds taken from Paddy Power on December 15th, 2019 at 10:49 pm). She was the 4th of 18 last time out back in November. It was a good run and the first time that’s placed in seven starts. A one-off or progress?

An Marcach has taken one place only from eight previous starts. He was a 10/1 option at Cork in early December and was second. So the five year old does make for an interesting prospect in this one. It was a good enough run to really pique some interest at 7/1*(betting odds taken from Paddy Power on December 15th, 2019 at 10:49 pm). Capture The Action has won over 3m and she grabbed fourth at Clonmel over this 2m 3f furlong distance from 6/1.

Others of note

Before getting into the realm of double figures, there is Eagle Roque who has really not done enough to suggest that he is going to come up trumps in a congested, competitive field like this. He is looking for his first ever win, having placed in only 3 of his previous 12 national hunt flat races. He went over 3m last time out and was sixth of 14 runners.

Digging deeper down the field there is All About Alfie who was last year’s winner of this race. That’s three hurdle races in his career he has won at around and about this distance. He had a shocked in his last hurdle however, finishing second from last in October and although he is the only course and distance runner in the field, he’s a massive outsider.

Paddy Power Extra Place

Paddy Power are paying 5 places on the 13:55 Naas and the offer was started at 10 am on December 15th. The promotion is available for new and existing customers with registered Paddy Power accounts, aged 18 or over. 18+ Please Gamble Responsibly. See bookmaker for full T&Cs.

Also for Monday, December 15th, they are paying extra places on:

4 places @ 1/5 odds in the 12:30 Ffos Las. Applies from 10am,15th December.
4 places @ 1/5 odds in the 16:05 Wolverhampton. Applies from 10am,14th December.
4 places @ 1/5 odds in the 19:40 Wolverhampton. Applies from 10am,14th December.