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In the opening 13:00 at Pontefractcoach Harry Dunlop only had two runners on this site in his career scoring with one (50%) and sending today make believe 3.55/2 his only runner of the day.
In the 14:40 at Pontefractcoach Tim Easterby will seek his fifth winning in the race for the past ten years. They She fishable 13.012/1.
In the 15:15 at Pontefractcoach Richard Fahey will look for his sixth win in the race with Village of Buckshaw 8.07/1.
In the 15:50 at Pontefractthe well brought up Eagle King 5.59/2 was an eye-catcher at Nottingham on his debut last season and could take a big step forward today, just like his half-brother Magic Morning did on his first start as a three-year-old – one to watch.
In the 14:25 in Exeter, at Harry Fry’s Return Return 2.111/10has finished second in four of his last five starts and appears to have found the opportunity to find his way back to winning ways after a short break and return to firm ground with his coach 30% here.
In the 16:50 in Exeter, both promising Danny Whizzbang 11.010/1 now finds itself in a Class 4 for the first time in his career and returns to the scene of his Novice Hurdle victory in 2019.
In the 16:35 at Southwell, Right of the head 1.75/7 is surprisingly quickly knocked down by the connections as he bids for consecutive wins under penalty.
This section highlights the best bets of horses that have won two or more times at today’s tracks.
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13:40 Southwell – Locks Corner – Won 140 out of 115 races
Today’s furthest traveler is the coach Daniel Steelewho did the 233 miles trip to Pontefract for his only runner of the day, Racing country 34.033/1 in the 14:40.
Race of the day
We take a quick look at 14:40 at Pontefract today, which looks very competitive and could prove instructive for the flat season, with many of them open to improvement.
peter the great saw his limits exposed when he was fifth on his last start as a three-year-old last season, and today makes his return to the track after a 270-day break for a team that won it with a similar guy last season.
Yet his effort in the loss at the end of last year saw the winner and second to score in group company, but third well beaten by today’s rival Injazati next time around.
He’s got time on his side and it’s highly likely he’s been training given the physical range he offered on his last visit, and that 92 mark shouldn’t prove beyond him. on the balance of its form.
Injazati only got better last season and is another who ended his campaign in defeat, albeit on a trip that likely stretched his stamina. He should take advantage of today’s soft ground and has very few negatives to his chances, but the problem is that he improved with racing last season and could prove all the better with that at his active?
Rhythmic intent was frustrating coming back last season, and today’s trip might prove short, but the soft ground can make up for that with form numbers of 212 over this distance when the soft is in the current description.
It is not a back number and could be the one-sided game at a price for bettors struggling to split the two at the top of the market.
Big race verdict
Generally, a number of them have been underestimated for unexposed sexy profiled horses, and the value is exhausted at the time of writing. It might be beneficial to have a little play each way on the gelding lately Rhythmic intent, which is going well fresh and will finish strong during this trip. the Betfair Sportsbook pays four placesI’m happy to try my luck.
Timeform hopes the pocket rocket will pave the way for Pontefract
Timeform’s Tony McFadden highlights a NAP, Next Best and Each-Way selection at Pontefract on Tuesday.
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Three for Aintree
With Aintree fast approaching, Daryl Carter highlights three horses to keep by his side this week and answers one of them now…
Read Daryl’s column here.
First of all, excuses for the lack of a Daily News column yesterday, I’m not doing very well, and that has nothing to do with the recent bachelorette party that I retired to my house on Saturday early afternoon- midday ! Hope this isn’t a dreaded second batch of Covid, as it’s pretty much the same, and nothing else has given me more than 17 hours of sleep in the last year.
Today I came close to backing a few horses, Nicklesonthedime at Exeter, Danny Whizzbang at Exeter, but none filled me with confidence to be in the column after a second look so I ended up with a small bet in every sense on Rhythmic Intent at 25.
Sometimes as a bettor you have days like this where you find half bets, as I like to call them. These are the ones that tend to cost you a few dollars in the long run. It usually pays to let the bets find you on days like this instead of trying to fish with dynamite, and with Aintree just around the corner, I’m happy to sit back and be patient.
Until tomorrow, be lucky.