STANDOUT BET AT MARKET RASEN

Standout Bet At Market Rasen. We will be betting in the UK, France and Germany today. For you lovely site visitors, here is one for FREE.

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STANDOUT BET AT MARKET RASEN

STANDOUT BET AT MARKET RASEN

2:45 EUREU DU BOULAY 3/1

RAILWAY MUSE is a CD winner, and his trainer keeps him on a right-handed track. Nevertheless, he does have a tendency to jump left, and that will leave him disadvantaged at Market Rasen. Also, the 9-year-old didn’t win any of his 6 races from a mark this high!!

Interestingly, in his 12 races, TED’S FRIEND never raced at a right-handed course. Furthermore, in his two chase races, he lacked fluency, and this is a tricky track.

Meanwhile, KINOND KWETU is being switched to chasing after just 5 hurdle races. However, the 6-year-old did win two point-to-point races, albeit they were run over 2M4F.

Normally, I’m attracted by runners who switch codes at the earliest opportunity, it’s just that 3 miles are a worry. In short, if he stays the distance, Sam England’s gelding will go very close from a lowly mark of 107.

Following three ‘’pulled-ups’’, ROYAL VILLAGE needs to prove he wants it.

Sue Smith’s runner KAUTO D’AMOUR is three years younger, but he’s lost the plot for now.

MOANS CROSS won just 2/32 races, and he’s 6 pounds higher over fences compared to hurdles.

ZOFFALEE ran a total of 41 times, and he’s 0/12 over fences. While the 7-year-old is 13 pounds lower in this sphere, he’s not the most reliable of jumpers. In brief, I can’t get overly excited about Mike Sowersby’s runner.

I fancy the chances of EUREU DU BOULAY! The French import won 5 of his 23 chase races, and the most recent was over this CD. While that was 15 months ago, a recent 2/14 to ROSTELLO shows he’s returning to form. Moreover, he’s 8 pounds lower today, and Phil Armson is a good booking. I wouldn’t be surprised to see the 8-year-old lead from start to finish!!