CARLISLE HIGH-VALUE BETTING TIP

Carlisle High-Value Betting Tip. I am sharing one with a bit of juice, so hopefully, it rewards readers of this column. Good luck if you are betting today!

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CARLISLE HIGH-VALUE BETTING TIP

CARLISLE HIGH-VALUE BETTING TIP

1.00 JETOILE 8/1

According to hurdle ratings, SOARING GLORY is the one to beat. In that sphere, Jonjo O’Neill’s 7-year-old is on a mark of 147. If this was a handicap hurdle, the 5 times winner would be giving weight to the others. Since this Novice Chase is run off level weights, he’s at least 9 pounds well in.

The favorite knows how to win following a break, and he will handle the soft ground. Nevertheless, he’s waited a while before making the switch to the bigger obstacles, and he will need to jump 12 fences. In short, the odds being offered are not in proportion to the risk!

As for NELLS SON, Nicky Richard’s gelding finished 2nd of 4 on his chasing debut. While that was a reasonable effort the 7-year-old will need to improve. Furthermore, his best form is at Ayr and Kelso, and those tracks are very different from Carlisle.

I’m going to recommend a bet on JETOILE. In his first race over fences, Ryan Potter’s 7-year-old was only just touched off. Subsequently, the 8-year-old was disappointing at Cheltenham, but I think he can be excused. After all, an early mistake affected his jumping confidence, and he’s clearly better than that. The son of JEREMY won his Novice hurdle on similar ground.

For the record, that was at right-handed Leicester, a similar stiff track like Carlisle!  I could also point at his 2nd to CONSTITUTION HILL in the Tolworth hurdle and the fact that he’s only raced 8 times.