RACING SERVICE – TWO FREE TIPS

Racing Service – Two Free tips. We are going all-in today and that includes throwing in some multiple bets. For FREE USERS, here are two from our six!

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RACING SERVICE – TWO FREE TIPS

PONTEFRACT 2:53 CROACHILL 7/2

HIGHWAY GREY likes it here, and he wins (7/44) his fair share of races. However, while he’s won from higher marks in the past, recent efforts suggest he needs to drop in the weights.

As with many of the Sir Mark Prescott runners, EAGLE’S WAY improved once handicapped. In fact, the son of GLENEAGLES won all three races this season. Furthermore, he’s progressed 21 pounds up the ratings, and the way he’s been winning suggests he’s still got more to give.

Nevertheless, the Prescott stable isn’t in the best (1-19) of form, and he’s up against an interesting filly. Following an excellent third in a better handicap than this, I’m going big on CROACHILL.

The daughter of CHURCHILL stayed on well behind STATE OCCASION & AMANZOE at York. The 4th in that race YORKSHIRE LADY won next time out, and Cameron Noble’s mount is down a pound to 83. This stiff 10F will suit the 3-year-old better again, and she comes from a stable in brilliant form.

In summary, while there are 7-runners, I wouldn’t look past the first two in betting. Since the favourite is odds-on, we are getting plenty of value from this strong bet!

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PERTH 2:10 HAUTE ESTIME 9/2

STATUARIO won his last race, but the form doesn’t amount to much! Despite being a course & distance winner, a 5-pound higher mark will stop the 7-year-old!

Irish-trained HERMANN CLERMONT is another I want to dismiss, meaning I’m only interested in the two chasing debutants.

It is easy to understand why GOWEL ROAD is the favourite. After all, he’s got the scope to be even better over fences, and he comes from an in-form stable. However, the 6-year-old would prefer a more galloping course, and a further distance would suit him better than 2M4F.

I’m with Lucinda Russell’s eight times raced 5-year-old HAUTE ESTIME. The mare was last seen finishing an excellent 3rd in an Aintree Grade one. Furthermore, she’s won on this type of ground, and dropping back to 2M4F will suit her even better.

Lastly, she’s won following a break, and runners from her stable are going well.