WORCESTER STRONG BET: NICELY TREATED OVER FENCES 

Worcester Strong Bet: Nicely Treated Over Fences. While the quality of racing is lower, there are plenty of good opportunities today. The one we mentioned below needs to repeat his latest performance, which is what we expect. Read the betting preview to find my reason for recommending this strong bet!

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WORCESTER STRONG BET: NICELY TREATED OVER FENCES 

WORCESTER STRONG BET: NICELY TREATED OVER FENCES 

2.23 DONNIE AZZOV 11/4

Topweight IN THE WORLD was a beaten favourite on his first three starts over fences. Despite this, finishing runner-up has led to the Skelton-trained 6-year-old being rated 4 pounds higher. To cut a long story short, the son of SAINT DES SAINTS is the favourite again but is worth opposing.

For an 11-year-old, MICK MAESTRO doesn’t have many miles on the clock. However, while Nick Kent’s gelding is on a favourable handicap mark, he isn’t the most natural jumper. In my opinion, returning to fences is a bad move, and I would have kept him over hurdles.

BLUEBERRY WINE has won 5 of his 16 chase races, including one at this time last year. From a fair handicap mark, Donald McCain’s runner should be in contention for a place.

STUMPS OR SLIPS seems to be up against it with the weights. The 7-year-old won back-to-back races off marks of 91 and 97 but has been stopped since being raised into the hundreds. After a recent second-place finish, Tom Weston’s gelding was raised another 2 pounds, and I’m not optimistic about his chances.

As for MIX OF CLOVER, he doesn’t make a habit of winning. The hope for the 7-year-old is that a change of stable will bring improvement, but he still has something to prove.

While it’s not the most original tip, it’s got to be DONNIE AZZOV. Jamie Snowden’s son of DYLAN THOMAS returned from a 229-day absence to win a Stratford hurdle by 9 lengths. 

The gelding was put up 9 pounds for that effort, but he’s 5 pounds lower over fences. If Gavin Sheehan’s mount runs to the same level again, he should win this by a big margin!

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