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When is the Lincoln Handicap 2024? Doncaster date, start time, runners and betting

The Flat turf season begins at Doncaster with the Lincoln Handicap! It kicks off what is referred to by punters as the ‘Spring Double’ with the Grand National scheduled a few weeks later.

It is run over a distance of one mile and horses aged four years old and older are eligible to take part. It dates back to 1853 and was originally run at Lincoln before being moved to its current venue in 1965.

Last year’s renewal was won by Migration for David Menuisier under the guidance of up-and-coming jockey Benoit De La Sayette. The horse is going for back-to-back wins but is currently ranked as an outsider in Paddy Power’s betting.

You can run the rule over our Lincoln Handicap odds on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app, otherwise, all the key details about this year’s renewal can be found below.

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Lincoln Handicap 2024 date and start time

The Lincoln Handicap is set to take place at Doncaster on Saturday, March 23. The post time is scheduled for 15:35. You can watch the race live on the Paddy Power website and Paddy Power app or on ITV4.

Lincoln Handicap 2024 runners and riders

Migration (Paddy Bradley)
Johan (Silvestre de Sousa)
Awaal (Harry Davies)
Liberty Lane (Clifford Lee)
Thunder Ball (Alec Voikhansky)
The Gatekeeper (Joe Fanning)
Vetiver (David Probert)
Revich (Jason Hart)
Blues Emperor (Ben Coen)
Navagio (Richard Kingscote)
Lattam (Ryan Sexton)
Dutch Decoy (Connor Beasley)
Farhh To Shy (Benoit de la Sayette)
Chazzesmee (Joseph Sheridan)
Mr Professor (David Egan)
Chuzzlewit (Shane Gray)
Parlando (Sean Dylan Bowen)
Hieronymus (Aidan Keeley)
One Night Thunder (Laura Coughlan)
Spirit Genie (Kieran O’Neill)
Bass Player (TBC)
Alpha Crucis (Anna Gibson)

Lincoln Handicap 2024 betting

Lincoln Handicap odds are on paddypower.com and prices for the leading contenders can be seen on our snazzy widgets below.

Awaal, the runner-up in last year’s renewal, is the favourite with Paddy Power for the Lincoln Handicap despite being winless from his previous seven starts.

Chazzesmee is also prominent in our betting as Monday’s Irish Lincolnshire winner at the Curragh bids to complete a quickfire double.

*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at the time of publishing but subject to change

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