It was another great weekend to be a part of the Ladbrokes Exchange and we’re back to bring you our latest list of stars.
Litigant, Davis Love III and many more headliners feature. We saw another set of huge matched prices including an age-defying winning pick on the PGA Tour for at an incredible 714.0.
But first stop on our list of Exchange Stars has to be at York, where an Ebor Festival littered with upsets and long priced winners continued into Saturday.
In the feature Ebor Handicap, Joseph Tuite landed the biggest win of his training career as Litigant took Europe’s richest flat handicap, matched at a high of 75.0 (more than double the price of bookmakers).
Fully deserving of our Exchange Star of the Weekend award, their achievement was all the more remarkable given Litigant’s 491 day hiatus from the track!
York supplied backers a further two big winners on Saturday with Polarisation winning the Melrose Stakes at 48.0 and Shadow Hunter taking the 16:20 at a high of 72.0.
Meanwhile, the final PGA Tour event before the Fed-Ex Playoffs was a memorable one with Tiger Woods featuring heavily before finishing four shots back.
The big story was a 51-year old Davis Love III taking advantage of a shorter course in spectacular fashion to win the Wyndham Championship.
One punter matched him at 714.0 on Thursday while several others matched him at 142.0 early on Sunday.
And finally, we take a look at the weekend’s football where it was a case of super smart lays in the Premier League and La Liga.
Tottenham’s lead lasted 90 seconds against Leicester with a number laying their ability to close the game at 1.2 in between Dele Ali’s opener and Riyad Mahrez’s equaliser.
And it was a similar story for Real Madrid who were successfully laid at 1.25 as Rafa Benitez began his reign at Sporting Gijon with a misfiring 0-0.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.