The 2020 All-Weather Mile Predictions Picture the Victory of Set Piece


Posted: March 17, 2020

Updated: March 18, 2020

  • The Bombardier Mile is the most popular race of the All-Weather races
  • Ante-post betting is already available

The Bombardier Mile is probably the most anticipated race of the AW Championships. This race represents the golden middle-way as its 1-mile-distance. Sprinters and stayers are also potentials to achieve victory. While betting odds indicate the success of Alarjaa, our 2020 All-Weather Mile predictions favor Set Piece. The event will take place in early October.

As its name tells the track is 1-mile-long. The race is for 4-year old horses, who can apply for the act by participating in different qualifying races. However, there is no specific distance requirement during the qualifications. Therefore, any strong horse can be the shoo-in this time. According to the online sportsbook news in the UK, this race will be the most breathtaking act during the AW Championships.

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Despite his longer odds, the 2020 All-Weather Mile predictions expect the victory of Set Piece

Set Piece is a half British, half American thoroughbred. As you can see in the table below, the Betway Sportsbook pairs particularly long odds with him. However, based on the statistics we can expect an outstanding performance from him in the 4-year-old scene. From his 3 All-Weather Races, he finished in the first place all the time. He has balanced abilities, he is also a good sprinter and an amazing stayer. In summary, a bet on Set Piece can be rewarding this autumn.

2020 All-Weather Mile Predictions
Horseraces in the Autumn are beautiful – Image source: Flickr


Betting Odds at the Betway Sportsbook
Alrajaa 5/2
Urban Icon 3/1
Khuzaam 4/1
Set Piece 6/1
Oh This Is Us 15/2
Via Serendipity 10/1
War Glory 12/1

Alrajaa and Urban Icon lead the odds list

Even if their stats are not too good at the moment, online sportsbooks in the UK pair the shortest odds to them. Why? These two half Irish, half British horses are the most experienced ones from the competitors. His stats are lower because they participated in more races than the others. However, even if they practice the most and there is a more stable team behind them, (their breeders and trainers are also world-class professionals) sometimes, talent is everything.

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