MONDAY MADNESS – 3 RACING PICKS

Monday Madness – 3 Racing Picks for free. We had another three winners from our six recommended racing bets yesterday.

On this quiet Monday, we decided to share our selections for three races today. Subscribe to PREMIUM if you are serious about betting!

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MONDAY MADNESS - 3 RACING PICKS

MONDAY MADNESS – 3 RACING PICKS

LISTOWEL 3:05 TINDER DAN 5/2

IRISH ENVOY was well-supported before winning his debut bumper. However, he was found out when stepping up in class (beaten 58L), and his overall number form isn’t worth much. While Elizabeth Doyles 4 year old is lightly raced and open to improvement, he’s going to need the experience.

JOHN CANNON is rated a solid 118, but he hasn’t won for 10 races & in 2.5 years. During that time the 7-year-old was beaten at odds of 4/9 and 10/11, thus suggesting he doesn’t follow through. Finally, his best form is on heavy ground, and I readily prefer TINDER DAN.

The lightly raced son of FAME AND GLORY ran better than his odds of 125/1 suggested at Galway. In fact, he was only beaten 12.5L by 142-rated DARVER STAR. He had runners rated 140 and 144 on each side of him, and despite dropping in the distance the form stands out. Finally, Mr S Cavanagh gave him a good ride, and his 7-pound claim is useful.

MONDAY MADNESS – 3 RACING PICKS

LISTOWEL 5:05 WATCH HOUSE CROSS 6/1

Novice chasing is a different challenge from hurdling. Some will improve for the bigger obstacles, while others lack scope. With regards to that last statement, Gordon Elliott waited for 15 runs before switching GRAND ROI to fences.

While he’s only 6 years old, I don’t expect him to be a natural! Master trainer Willie Mullins is switching ADAMANTLY CHOSEN after one bumper and six hurdles. Suffice to say, this 137 hurdler needs to be taken into consideration. However, the son of WELL CHOSEN was a well-beaten favourite in his last race, and he was once turned over at odds of 1/4.

With everything considered, I’m ready to recommend the Henry De Bromhead trained WATCH HOUSE CROSS. The 5-year-old should be forgiven for his last run because he bled from the nose. If he’s over that ordeal, his excellent ‘’hurdling’’ 4th to EL FABIOLO would put him right in there. Furthermore, he’s the winner of a point-to-point, and making the switch after just 4 rule races inspires further confidence.

MONDAY MADNESS – 3 RACING PICKS

FAIRYHOUSE 15:50 BLAZING SKIES 6/1

While NATIVE QUEEN is the form horse, their efforts were over a mile. Dropping back a furlong on a tricky course might not be ideal, and nor are these silly odds.

SO BEAUTIFUL raced between 6F to a mile, and settling on 7 furlongs is a fair compromise. Nevertheless, the daughter of GALILEO is nothing special, and at slightly bigger odds it’s worth trying BLAZING SKIES.

While she’s rated 4 pounds inferior to the two ahead of her in the betting, I liked the way she ran with a first-time visor. Moreover, I was left thinking that a drop back to 7 furlongs would suit her better again, et voila!