Big Bet At Fontwell. We had 3 winners from our 5 bets yesterday, and we sent out six racing tips today! If you want to get in on the action, below is a solid bet this evening!
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BIG BET AT FONTWELL
5:10 ASTROMACHIA 7/2
On paper, this is a competitive seven-runner race. For the record, the top six in the betting are separated by just 5 pounds in the weights!
The bookmakers installed back-to-back winner MULLINAREE as the early favorite! The seven-year-old won his races for today’s jockey, and both were over course & distance. Since Bradley Harris’s mount won on good and heavy, the ground won’t be a factor.
However, from a 3-pound higher mark, the son of KAYF TARA will need to improve again. While that scenario is feasible, this is a better race and the form of his last win was let down!
Despite being a course winner, I am putting a line through UCANAVER. For the most part, the 7-year-old mare hasn’t delivered.
Locally trained FIFTY BALL is being tried with first-time cheekpieces. The 8-year-old represents a stable in form and he’s dropped to an interesting handicap mark. Nevertheless, he’s been below par of late, and this isn’t his type of track.
Unfortunately, Lewis Stones’ isn’t allowed to claim any deduction in weight. Since the same jockey took 5 pounds off him when finishing 2nd at Warwick, Olly Murphy’s gelding is up against it!
As for MOTHILL, he’s been running consistently well and the extra distance won’t be an issue. On the downside, Joe Anderson took 7 pounds off his back last time out and today he can’t claim!
Meanwhile, we bet ASTROMACHIA when he won at this course last time out! Despite being momentarily outpaced and not obtaining the clearest of runs, he came up the hill strongly to win.
Luke Scott will ride him again, and the youngster is allowed to claim a useful 6 pounds. Incidentally, 3 pounds of that is the jockey’s claim and the other 3 pounds is a bonus as he rides for his stable!
Since this fella was a two-miler on the flat, he’s almost certain to benefit from the extra distance. Finally, he’s getting it together over hurdles, and a mark of 117 is a gimme!