HUNTINGDON – HIGH-VALUE TIP

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HUNTINGDON – HIGH-VALUE TIP

3:25 YCC PORTOCERVO 6/1

Irish raider A MERE BAGATELLE won one of his 19 races and that was over hurdles. This flat-bred 5-year-old didn’t cut much ice in two chase races. In fact, in the last of them, he was a beaten favourite and could only finish 4th of 9. Traditionally, at the high end of the scale, Irish raiders are well handicapped.

However, that is not the case with these lower-grade runners, and the 10 pounds balancing act is too much. Lastly, these stand-up fences at Huntingdon are not the easiest, and a couple of mistakes will stop John Joseph Hanlon’s 5-year-old.

Aidan Coleman’s mount is three times winner GLOIRE D’ATHON. Sarah Humphrey’s 6-year-old won on his third attempt over fences, and that was over this course & distance. Nevertheless, while he won by 10 lengths, it was just a poor 4-runner race. Moreover, the form didn’t work out and he’s been raised 6 pounds for the effort. Finally, the Jenny Pitman-owned gelding can improve further, but following a 4-month break, he’s likely to need today’s race.

In his latest race, PENS MAN was brought down at the first fence. Suffice to say, he can’t be blamed for that mishap, but I need to pick up on his handicap mark. Consequently, compared to hurdles, he’s 14 pounds higher over fences. In my opinion, he’s handicapped to the hilt and easy to oppose.

As for the winner, I’m with YCC PORTOCERVO. I wish the Racing Post was a bookmaker because I would have filled them in at odds of 10/1. All the same, I’m still happy to get with the general 11/2 about Sam Twiston-Davies mount. After all, the 7-year-old won 4 of his 25 races, and the last one was from a 7-pound higher mark. Furthermore, if we go back 7 races, he raced from a mark of 130 while today he’s on a lowly 115! 

Dr Richard-Newland was back in the winner’s enclosure yesterday, and this fella will be suited by returning to a right-handed track.