TOP RACING SERVICE – TWO PICKS

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TOP RACING SERVICE – TWO PICKS

WARWICK 1:00 STARVOSKI 7/1

My tip, liken chasing to boxing! A small jumping mistake is like taking a jab, while a big mistake is the same as walking into a punch. This is one of the reasons chasers can go from cruising to struggling!

In fact, that’s what happened to STARVOSKI on his seasonal debut. In that race at Ffos Las, Kim Bailey’s mare was going well when she made a mistake at the 2nd-last. Suffice it to say, that cost the 7-year-old momentum and any chance of winning.

Nevertheless, this lightly raced AIZAVOSKI daughter wasn’t beaten far, and she will be fitter and wiser today. For the record, Tom Bellamy’s mount is 6 pounds lower in this sphere, and she will appreciate the easy ground. Finally, this isn’t the toughest of races, and she’s the one with the most scope. 

TOP RACING SERVICE – TWO PICKS

NEWBURY 2:25 GRUMPY CHARLIE 13/2

SHANTY ALLEY would have gone close to winning his last race if he hadn’t made a mistake at the 2nd last. Ben Case’s 8 year old is one with a chance, it’s just off-putting that he’s been raised another 5 pounds.

Meanwhile, LASKALIN was well placed to win 6 of his 18 races, and one of them was last time out. However, he’s been raised another 5 pounds and he won’t have his 5-pound claiming jockey today. To cut a long story short, he’s on my list of runners to lay!

As for TALLOW FOR COAL, he’s a lovely chasing type who can continue to improve.

With that said, I’m recommending the aptly named GRUMPY CHARLIE. While Chris Honour’s 7-year-old can be hit & miss, he’s more than capable from a mark of 135. Also, he likes this track and won at this meeting last year.

Incidentally, that win came on similar ground and from a 2 pounds higher handicap mark. Bryan Carver knows the grey well, and he’s going to be spot-on for the challenge ahead.