Jumps cards across Britain have been washed out on Wednesday afternoon leaving racing punters more stranded than Everton’s defence.
So there’s nothing more for it than to kick back fothe twilight card at Kempton (4.50-8.20pm) and the rest of tonight’s Premier League action right?
Wrong, my friend. So very wrong.
Today is the day you get the chance to join Paddy Power’s growing Punting Hall of Fame roster by scrolling down a sport or two and hitting Paddy where it hurts him most – the pocket.
1. INTERNATIONAL HORSE RACING
With the Flat jockeys having a lie in until Kempton (4.50-8.20pm) racing fans will have to get the Atlas out if they want some action anytime sooner.
But Paddy’s here to help. In South Africa’s Fairview’s nine-race card gets underway at 10.25am and you can watch all the action on live streaming for just a £1/€1 bet per race on PP.com.
Kantaka (2.05pm) is unbeaten on the Polytrack surface and is 7/1 in the early morning prices and last scored here for Warren Kennedy in December.
With six other international race meetings taking place throughout the day there’s live streaming of San Isidro in Argentina (5.55-11.30pm) and early prices for the racing in France, Italy and the US.
- Villacidro (Italy)
- San Isidro
- Laurel Park
- Tampa Bay
In your face, Ludlow!
The German Masters broke off earlier this morning with beaten Master’s finalist Mark Selby taking on Jummy Robertson at 2pm.
While most of the world’s top pros nurse blistered hands and bruised egos after the Australian Open, there’s live streaming of top seed Maria Sharapova taking on Daniela Hantuchova at the Open GDF Suez in Paris .
Manchester City can go top of the Barclays Premier League if they beat a resurgent Spurs at White Hart Lane in tonight’s live game. While Chelsea will look to do what so many teams have already done this season and beat West Ham.
Later tonight, Senior Cup heads the betting for the Prestige Cup at Hall Green (9.19) live on Sky Sports.
One for the insomniacs. The three-tournie Desert Swings ends this weekend with Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods going head-to-head in the Dubai Desert Masters (3.30am) where Paddy Power is paying 1/4 the odds the first six home.
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