ANYONE watching racing in front of a computer screen over the next few days should logon to Betdaq and use the exchange to trade in-running. They are charging only 1 per cent commission on all winning bets placed during any race and there are some cracking trading opportunities.

To start with, Confront seemed to relish being ridden aggressively from the front last time and connections look sure to try and repeat the trick in the 1.55pm contest this afternoon. I expect him to trade a lot shorter than his SP as the runners hit the 1/4 mile pole and that may be the time to lock in a profit.

In tomorrow’s Cambridgeshire, I expect Charm School to be struggling at the distance and he looks sure to trade at a massive price in-running when off the bridle and seemingly going nowhere. He will finish strongly though and may trade a lot shorter very late on.