Horse Racing Pro Tips - 22nd November 2017

Betalyst Horse Racing Pro Tips for Wednesday 22nd November.

Today’s Horse Racing Pro-Tips comes from Chepstow and Hexham racecourses.

Place Betting Treble – 1PT:

2.25pm Chepstow – Cohort PLC Chase (Novices’ Limited Handicap) – Just Joelliott (Place Only)3/2

2.35pm Hexham – Attheraces Handicap Hurdle – Clan Legend (Place Only)10/11

3.30pm Chepstow -Clarion Defence & Security Handicap Chase – Thisonetime (Place Only)3/2

ODDS: 10.34/1 – Skybet


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Horse Racing Preview - Kempton - 22nd November 2017

Today’s horse racing preview comes from Kempton with two selections from the meeting.


18.40 Kempton – British Stallion Studs EBF Hyde Stakes (Listed) (8f)

Mr Owen (113)
Keystroke (112)
Stormy Antarctic (112)

An extremely tight Listed race here and the best race on the card. Stormy Antarctic took a Listed contest at Chantilly on the all weather last month which was his first success since landed the Group 3 Craven Stakes last April. His career summary when dropping into Listed company reads 22 and having to concede weight all round here he could be looking at place money once more.

Jeremy Noseda won this back in 2013 with Sloane Avenue and is once more well represented here with Keystroke who ran well when runner up in this company when behind David O’Meara’s Salateen, His good all weather form finishing out of the frame on only one occasion which came at Lingfield last time out when finishing midfield in the All Weathers Mile Championships when once more beaten by Salateen. He will have to step up again, however on my ratings he is 9lb well in on what he has achieved at this level.

The selection will be an each way shout with David Simcock’s Mr Owen. He is 2-2 around Listed company with both wins coming at Deauville when trained in France. Joined Qatar Racing back in February of this year, he probably has not shined as expected after a moderate showing in two runs at the Dubai Carnival, however did show improvement when switching to turf at Doncaster back in October when finishing third to Sir Dancealot who went on to finish fifth in the Wentworth Stakes.

He is hard to catch right and needs to show his potential before leaving France, this is not the easiest of races to bring that on, however the booking of Oisin Murphy is a plus and if hitting the frame that would be a solid effort in a competitive field.

MR OWEN : 1pt each way @ SP (BOG)

19.10 Kempton – 32Red Handicap (15.7f)

Rock Steady (100)
Lord George (100)
Every Chance (96)

I could not split Rock Steady & Lord George to land this race, however the slight verdict goes to Rock Steady who I feel stepping up to this trip just might bring out a win in him. Kieran Shoemark knows him extremely well and his win off 91 around this time last year is probably sufficient enough to be involved here. He has run well on both occasions when visiting Kempton with two second spots off 85 & 87, despite being rated almost 10lb higher now there still looks a solid run for Roger Charlton’s yard.

Lord George also comes into the reckoning, it is slightly off putting that James Fanshawe seems too quiet at present, as the season winds down and the all weather season progresses I am sure he will be back amongst the winners in due course. His entry here has had two runs around here with a 50% success rate which came in a 0-95 last September, he goes well this time of year and there is no reason why he should not run a solid race, just the yards form puts me off.

Finally Every Chance who represents Jamie Osborne here, a consistent visitor to the all weather his sole run here also resulted in a runners up spot in a 0-85 handicap back in February when beaten by 69 rated Kingthistle. Tackling claiming company last time does have it’s concerns and will be hard to withstand some better rated individuals here.

ROCK STEADY : 1pt each way @ SP (BOG)


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Horse Racing Preview - Ayr & Southwell - 3rd October 2017

Today’s horse racing preview comes from Fakenham, Southwell & Lingfield with a selection from each meeting.


12.30 Southwell – ROA/Racing Post Owners Jackpot Handicap Chase (20.2f)

Manwell (130)
Mondo Cane (106)

Now if Sam Drake’s Manwell puts his best foot forward here he should have plenty in hand and smashing this race out of the park. His making his handicap chase bow this afternoon and if he shows an inkling of his run when getting within eight lengths of 133 rated Chirico Vallis of Neil Mulholland’s he has to go close here. He was a very consistent hurdler and the softer the better.

Another in this field that looks way over priced is Charlie Pogson’s Mondo Cane who despite pulling up on his last chase run, his run over course and distance when runner up to Sam Drakes Attimo, he would have to have a shout.

MANWELL : 2pt Win @ 6/1 (BOG)

13.50 Fakenham – East Rudham Amateur Riders Novices Handicap Hurdle (16f)

Bardd (119)
Cocker (111)

I am not the biggest fan of four runner affairs, as 7/10 times we have seen a surprise result, however Nicky Henderson’s son of Dylan Thomas should have far too much class to get beat here. His Handicap debut did not go to plan when labouring in the closing stages at Ascot over a further trip, drops three furlongs and off 110 it is his to lose.

Cocker gets over a stone form the selection here, with a good third already at the course last year he has to be feared slightly returning to a favourable course.

BARDD : 3pt Win @ 8/15 (BOG)

15.40 Lingfield – Betway Apprentice Handicap (12f)

Relevant : (73)
What A Welcome (68)
I’m Running Late (67)

What A Welcome comes here off the back of a solid win last time out here at Lingfield over 10f, Joey Haynes had him well poised to strike at the furlong pole and went away in the closing stages to record a one and a half length victory, with only a 4lb penalty rise and the services of Charlie Bennett in the plate he looks the one to beat.

Relevant also deserves respect after running consistently, the daughter of So You Think ran a good second over 12.5f last time out at Chelmsford when behind 73 rated Love Conquers of Ralph Beckett’s. Patrick Piley takes over here for the first time and if the cheekpieces sharpen her up she will be thereabouts.

RELEVANT : 1pt each way @ 8/1 (BOG)


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Horse Racing Pro Tips - 20th November 2017

Betalyst Horse Racing Pro Tips for Monday 20th November.

Today’s Horse Racing Pro-Tips comes from Leicester, Wolverhampton and Plumpton racecourses.

Place Betting Treble – 1PT:

12.50pm Leicester – Katherine Swynford Handicap Chase – Running Wolf (Place Only)Evens

1.30pm Wolverhampton – Nursery – Progressive Jazz (Place Only)5/4

2.40pm Plumpton – Plumpton Racecourse Twinned With Pompadour Racecourse Amateur Riders’ Handicap Hurdle – Flanagans Field (Place Only)5/6

ODDS: 7.25/1 – Skybet

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Horse Racing Preview - Leicester - 20th November 2017

Today’s horse racing selection comes from Leicester, with one selection from the meeting.

15.20 Leicester – Castle Conditional Jockey’s Handicap Chase (15.5f)

Fair Frank : (106)
Rakaia Rosa : (104)
Mr Jim (101)

David Bridgwater’s Fair Frank still looks one step ahead of his current mark when winning on his chase debut at Southwell three weeks ago, despite getting 6lb from the winner when making all under Alan Crawley, this time around Mitchell Bastyan rides him for the first time, however the young conditional jockey is already making a name for himself with being linked to top stables.

Mr Jim is probably his nearest adversary here, 1-5 around the chase circuit he ran well to finish runner up to 102 rated Bertie Lugg at Towcester over 21.5f, he has failed to shine over this shorter trip and despite the 7lb he receive from the selection, it looks a tough ask.

FAIR FRANK : 2pt Win @ 2/1 (BOG)

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Horse Racing Preview - Cheltenham - 19th November 2017

Today’s horse racing preview selections come from the Cheltenham & Fontwell racecourses with one selection from each meeting.


14.25 Cheltenham – Shloer Chase (Grade 2) (Registered as the Cheltenham Chase) (15.9f)

Cloudy Dream (168)
Special Tiara (165)

Special Tiara & Fox Norton go head to head once more at Prestbury Park, the last time these two met came in last seasons Queen Mothers Champion Chase where Special Tiara just held on in a thrilling finish by a head. De Bromhead’s ten year old went on to finish runner up to Altior at Sandown when beaten by eight lengths.

Fox Norton went on to better things when landing the Grade 1 Melling Chase & Champion Chase, winner of this race last year when beating Simply Ned by nine lengths and will have to contend with a 8lb rise but still looks open to improvement. However, the selection comes in Cloudy Dream, this seven year old Grey finished just six lengths behind Altior in last seasons RP Arkle and went on to land the Future Champions Chase at Ayr.

Jefferson’s entry made up dozens of lengths when just denied in the Old Roan Chase at Aintree last month and only comes into this with a 4lb penalty, he is a serious improver and one to follow this season, this is a tough second seasons assignment, however cannot see why he will not be up for a big run against some good improving types.

CLOUDY DREAM : 2pt Win @ 9/2 (BOG)

14.40 Fontwell – Toteexacta Salmon Spray Handicap Hurdle (17.5f)

Its’afreebee (140)
Ardamir (128)
Clayton (126)

This is one open handicap indeed, but Dan Skelton’s Its’afreebee has a big chance on his old hurdling form. He was way out of his depth when attempting three miles last time out at Chepstow, however if we go back to when he ran third to Yorkhill in the Neptune which included the likes of Yanworth, has beaten the likes of Cole Harden this year around the chase sphere so at the odds he looks a serious player off these terms.

Gary Moore has a fairly good record around Fontwell, and saddles the interesting Clayton. If we disregard his last run and take on board when second to Pete The Mayo Man at Newbury around this time last year, he comes here 7lb better off for that run and should be in the frame at least. Ardamar gets the big odds, however he has not been seen hurdling since finishing fifth at Donny, he was beaten out of sight, but did run way above his current mark here of 123.

ITS’AFREEBEE : 1pt each way @ 11/1 (BOG)


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Horse Racing Pro Tips - 15th November 2017

Betalyst Horse Racing Pro Tips for Wednesday 15th November.

Today’s Horse Racing Pro-Tips comes from Ayr, Bangor, Exeter and Fairyhouse racecourses.

EW 4 Fold Acca – 1PT:

12.45pm Fairyhouse – Racing At Fairyhouse On New Years Day 2018 Beginners Chase – Cap D’aubois4/6

2.20pm Bangor – Racing At Fairyhouse On New Years Day 2018 Beginners Chase – If The Cap Fits8/13

2.40pm Ayr – Christmas Parties At Western House Hotel Chase (Novices’ Limited Handicap) – Mac N Cheese2/1

3pm Exeter – RGB Building Supplies Novices’ Chase – Yanworth30/100

ODDS: 9.5/1 – Skybet


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Horse Racing Pro Tips - 14th November 2017

Betalyst Horse Racing Pro Tips for Tuesday 14th November.

Today’s Horse Racing Pro-Tips comes from Huntingdon, Worcester and Lingfield racecourses.

Win Double – 1PT:

1.40pm Huntingdon  – Twitter At 188Bet Novices’ Handicap Chase – Firmount Gent13/8

2.10pm Huntingdon – Molson Coors Michaelmas Handicap Hurdle – Call Me Lord4/5

ODDS: 3.73/1 – Skybet

Place Betting Treble – 1PT:

2.30pm Worcester – Worcester News Handicap Hurdle – Craig Star (Place Only)11/10

2.50pm Lingfield – Weatherbys Global Stallions App Handicap Chase – Un Prophete (Place Only)6/5

3pm Worcester – R&A Mason Novices’ Handicap Hurdle – Rainy Day Dylan (Place Only)5/6

ODDS: 7.47/1 – Skybet


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Daily Horse Racing Pro Tips - 13th November 2017

Betalyst Horse Racing Pro Tips for Monday 13th November.

Today’s Horse Racing Pro-Tips comes from Kempton and Carlisle racecourses..

EW Double – 1PT:

1pm Carlisle – Compare Horse Racing Odds At Novices’ Hurdle – Cesar Collonges5/2

4pm Kempton – BetVictor Proud Supporters Of Greatwood Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle – Jumping Jack 9/2

Odds: 18.25/1 – Skybet

Place Betting Treble – 1PT:

1.20pm Kempton – BetVictor Chase (Novices’ Limited Handicap) – Ramore WIll (Place Only)13/8

1.50pm Kempton – BetVictor Golden Goal Novices’ Hurdle – Way Back Then (place Only)1/2

3.10pm Carlisle – Bet At Handicap Chase – Calivigny (Place Only)Evens

ODDS: 6.88/1 – Skybet

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Horse Racing Preview - Ffos Las - 12th November 2017

Today’s horse racing preview selections come from Ffos Las with three selections from the meeting.


13.30 Ffos Las – Rob Davies Chemist Novices Chase (23.5f)

Joe Farrell (138)
Dan Emmett (134)
Oscartea (133)

Joe Farrell was a horse I followed throughout his bumper career when running within two and a half lengths to Barters Hill, finishing behind the likes of Wait For Me and Theo’s Charm, however Ffoa Las was where it all started when winning on debut when beating the likes of Listed hurdle winner Keeper’s Hill, he returns back to his successful haunt for the first time since this time last year and to be fair I am finding it very hard to get him beat.

He looked in need of the first outing at Chepstow last month when finishing fourth to Mia’s Storm who landed the Listed Bud Booth Mares Chase at Market Rasen this month by thirteen lengths, the third Mr Mix has also franked the form winning a 0-140 handicap chase at Wincanton last month and the runner up Elegant Escape bumped into Ballyoptic four days ago. The form is there and it would be disappointing for him to not take this in his stride being a first season chaser.

Dam Emmett has lost his way since two seasons ago, his rating came at Newcastle last March, despite his bad run of form is still well treated off today’s mark of 125, Oscartea though I fear the most this afternoon, his run when behind No Hassle Hoff at Uttoxeter would give him a live chance.

JOE FARRELL : 2pt Win @ SP (BOG)

15.40 Ffos Las – Victorian Sliders Handicap Chase (16f)

Little Jimmy (120)
Bredon Hill Lad (103)
Yourholidayisover (93)

So many exposed types here including the selection Little Jimmy, Tom Gretton’s ten year old looked once more very uncomfortable returning to hurdles, however Little Jimmy’s only visit here resulted in a second place to Humble Ben over 19.5f, he looks way ahead of the handicap on what he has achieved at this level and off a mark of 100 should be exploiting it now back chasing.

Bredon Hill Lad would probably be a closest rival here, Susan Gardner’s entry makes his season’s debut, he finished up last season with a win at Fontwell over further than this and is a course and distance winner last year when winning off this mark by twenty lengths so any strong market support on re-appearance should not be dismissed.

LITTLE JIMMY : 1pt each way @ SP (BOG)

16.10 Ffos Las – Walters Conditional Jockeys Handicap Hurdle (15.8f)

Rock and Roll King (114)
Global Thrill (113)

This is actually quite a competitive race, Bernard Lllewelyn comes here with a strong hand as he saddles both Flanagans Field & Global Thrill, out of the two despite Global King coming out rated 7lb higher that Flanagans Field looks the more likely one here to do the trainer justice. The ex Dessie Hughes trained nine year old was seen winning around these ranks two runs back when scooting clear to record an eighteen length victory.

He beat his stablemate that day to seventeen lengths when in receipt of 9lb, with only conceding 2lb back this afternoon its hard to see at the weights that form being reversed. Evan Williams also has two in the race in Theatre Stage & the selection Rock and Roll King. The former on jockey bookings looks the main string here under claimer Michael Bastyan, however Rock and Roll King does not look overly exposed and finished off last season when third over 20f.

He drops back in trip here significantly and I would be very surprised that Conor Ring does not have him handy throughout the race having to give weight all round and especially 11lb to his stablemate Theatre Stage.



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