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Newbury races


NEWBURY 1:25 MUDSKIPPER 11/4 – big bet

Let’s just go with the hard fact! RAJASTHAN was backed down to 6/4 on his debut, but the best he could do was 3/12 to KNIGHT. In short, the son of DUBAWI ran an ok sort of race, but I failed to see the ‘’promising’’ part.

Nevertheless, connections were clearly expected better, and that might come with experience. With that said, coming from the Golden stable and the booking of Frankie Dettori is making him artificially short odds.

On today’s expected testing ground, I fancy the aptly named MUDSKIPPER. On his 2nd run, David Menusier’s colt took a big step forwards. In fact, the son of LE HAVRE would have been closer to the winner if he had started his run a little earlier.

If we analyse closely, the form is worth a handicap mark of around 81. Furthermore, a big plus sign can go against his name, and at least we know he handles the soft ground. With James Doyle taking over in the saddle, we are going to get a run for our money!

Cheltenham races



They have been a bit unlucky with the ground in Cheltenham. At the flat tracks, the going is soft, whereas at Jumping headquarters it’s good-firm. For this Novice Chase, Gordon Elliott will be saddling the short-priced favourite ASH TREE MEADOW.

Since switching to fences, the 6-year-old won 3 of his 6 races. Last time out, the son of BON BON ROSE was 2nd/5 in Grade 3 to AUTHORISED. If he hadn’t made a bad mistake at the last he would have been closer. On that note, he can’t afford to make mistakes at this track and I see an opportunity to take him on.

The hooded JETOILE jumped well on his chasing debut, but he was just touched off in the end. While Ryan Potter’s 7-year-old should improve, he might benefit from further than today’s 2 miles.

After winning well on his chasing debut, STRAW JACK FAN is my idea of the winner. Sheila Lewis’s 7-year-old is proven on the faster ground, and he’s run well on past visits here. The selection jumped quickly and neatly when winning easily, and he can only improve again!