LINGFIELD LUCKY LAST: FREE RACING TIP

Lingfield Lucky Last: Free Racing Tip. The countdown to Cheltenham is underway, and there is plenty to look forward to. Today’s national-hunt racing is not that competitive, and there are many standouts at shorter odds. For those interested, the first three favorites in Lingfield stand out, while in Thurles MARSH WREN and RUSHMOUNT will take a bit of stopping!

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LINGFIELD LUCKY LAST: FREE RACING TIP

LINGFIELD LUCKY LAST: FREE RACING TIP

4:45 TELLMESOMETHINGGOOD 9/2

DOUBLE CLICK traveled like the winner at Leicester. However, when push came to shove Gavin Sheehan’s mount was outstayed by THE FAMOUS FIVE. The 4 runners who finished behind are well-beaten since the form of the race is suspect.

The 6-year-old is dropping down in class and he will handle the ground. Nevertheless, he’s a pound higher and short odds!

Gary Moore is having a great season, and his jockey Caoilin Quinn is going through a purple patch. Indeed, the three-pound claimer rode 7 winners from his last 20 rides. If we go back two runs, Quinn rode BRIDGE to win by at Fontwell by 14L.

Subsequently, the four-year-old finished 3rd/10 in his first hurdling handicap. The form of that race is fair, and a mark of 103 feels right. As for my feeling, I believe he lacks the scope to improve and he won’t be suited by the heavy ground. 

From a mark of 97, WISE GUY is one with a chance! With that said the flat-bred son of Muhtatir races like he needs further than 2 miles.

As for my idea of the winner, it’s got to be TELLMESOMETHINGGOOD. While Jim Boyle’s inmate ran below expectations when last seen, the distance of that race counted against him. Previously, the 6-year-old was only just touched off by COMMANDING VIEW.

More significantly, Robert Dunne’s mount should be well suited to this testing ground. Both of his parents won on the same, and the way he moves suggests he’s well-equipped to handle today’s conditions.  

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