Southwell Saviour – Strong Bet At The Notts Track. Despite numerous non-runners today, with the possibility of more to come, these are the occasions that present ideal opportunities for engaging in betting!

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A good front-running ride by James Davies helped GENEROUS DAY to win this race last year. The key factor was his superior jumping over the last three fences compared to HELTENHAM. 

Throughout the same campaign, Henry Oliver’s 11-year-old went on to finish 2nd place at both Plumpton and Warwick. Returning from a summer break, the son of DAYLAMI claimed a respectable 4th/6 at Huntingdon. However, he’s 2 pounds higher than when trumping last year. Additionally, he struggled on heavy ground in the past, and today’s conditions will be particularly challenging.

As for TOM CREEN, the 8-year-old enters this race with back-to-back victories. Notably, the YEATS progeny won his chase races at Sedgefield, and he could have opted for today’s 2.50 race!

While Jonathan England’s mount thrives in testing conditions, a 5-pound rise for beating ZUCKERBERG puts him 26 pounds higher in this category, thus demanding further improvement.

In contrast, the bookmakers’ favorite in the last race left me less than impressed. After all, he needed to be strongly ridden, and he benefitted from ZUCKERBERG putting down at the last fence. Considering the gap between the 3rd and 4th horses, the form appears ordinary. In summary, this race is a higher standard, and the odds on the favorite are too low!

Enter FAZAYTE, a winner of his last two races. Ryan Potter’s 8-year-old has kept winning margins narrow, and he will be aided by Jack Hogan’s 3-pound claim. While FAZAYTE has a case, the testing ground and preference for undulating tracks make him vulnerable.

Since GROSVENOR COURT is a non-runner, the door is open for SAGEBURG COUNTY. The 6-year-old will be aided by talented jockey James Bowen, and he’s expected to rebound from a subpar performance. 

This selection is specifically bred to excel in the prevailing conditions, and he’s proven at the distance. In essence, this race presents a highly favorable opportunity for victory, making him a robust and confident betting choice.


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