RACING TIPS + BETTING PREVIEW
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Site visitors taking our free bets enjoyed 8/1 winner ALLCHILLEDOUT. On that note, while we wouldn’t trust this fella to follow up he was given a fantastic attacking ride by Aidan Coleman. We believe this jockey to be top two (UK), with only Richard Johnson ahead of him in the order.
Doncaster 1.00 ZIPPLE BACK 13/8
To be honest we were initially looking to take on Alan King’s runner. However, we had him tissued at odds of 5/4 and the 13/8 looks generous. The son of Sendawar was dropped three pounds by the handicapper after his last run (117). And, while this is a non handicap, that at least appears a fair assessment of his ability. With all due respect to the others nothing gets near that number. Strictly of the form book WIND PLACE AND SHO should be rated 99 on his last run. And, while he could improve a little, he’s clearly not that good anymore. TREE OF LIBERTY was beaten a long looking 10 lengths by 126 rated ANOTHER BILL. Since Nicky Richards gelding was giving him 14 pounds and won easy, Charlie Longsdon’s runner couldn’t be rated higher than 100. LOUGH DERG FARMER is in the right hands, but he didn’t show much on his hurdling debut. And, HUBERTAS has been beaten out of sight in two hurdles to date!
Doncaster 2.05 IMPROVED 5/1
Their might be twelve runners, but this doesn’t appear to be the best of races and all runners are exposed. COUNTY ROAD could improve a little under the guidance of Richard Johnson, but he will need too. GRAND ENTERPRISE ran his best race for a long time at Catterick and he’s down another five pounds in the weights. However, he doesn’t have a strong profile, and 11/4 looks short on this very different type of track. We prefer the chances of IMPROVED since he ran much better last time out, and he’s got optimum conditions here. We could also add his trainer had a couple of winners and a mark of 95 looks more than fair.
Doncaster 3.45 NO CHAILIN 4/1
Alan King is wisely taking 10 pounds off CAJUN FIDDLE, so that should at least improve the chances of the six year old. However, odds of 2/1 are about as enticing as a visit to the dentist. GRACEFUL LEGEND won over course and distance last time out, and it was in a small runner field like this. Nevertheless, she didn’t beat much, and going up four pounds in the weight won’t help. BEYOND MEASURE looks to have been given a stiff mark by the handicapper, so we recommend going with outsider of the party NO CHAILIN. Our main reasoning would be she’s open to improvement, comes from a stable in form and has optimum conditions.