Jump Racing is Back – Bangor Tip. We had two nice winners yesterday at odds of 7/1 and 13/2, and that sets us up nicely for the challenge ahead. Three of our five bets today are over jumps, and we are excited about the new season. As subscribers know, this is the time of the year when we kill it!
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JUMP RACING IS BACK – BANGOR TIP
BANGOR 6:05 ANY NEWS 4/1
FAROUK DE CHENEAU is in great form, and he comes into this on the back of their straight wins. However, the 8-year-old continues to go up in the weights, and he’s now 19 pounds higher over fences.
Furthermore, while he’s 3/3 this season, none of those races he won contained more than 5 runners. Indeed, he’s only beaten a total of 10 others, and this is a better race. Following 23 hurdle runs, JESUITIQUE is now making the switch to fences.
Suffice to say, if he was a natural chaser switching to the bigger obstacles would have happened sooner. And, while the fences in Bangor are not the most difficult to jump, 18 obstacles will be standing in the way!
PULL AGAIN GREEN has a bit of scope, but in three attempts he’s yet to prove himself over fences. For the record, Fergal O’Brien’s 7-year-old won 3 of his 8 hurdle races, whereas he#s 0/3 in this sphere. Since the handicapper isn’t giving the son of KALINISI much help, I doubt he will be winning today.
Meanwhile, ANY NEWS is the most interesting runner in the field. While the 8-year-old is yet to win in 10 attempts over fences, he comes into this on the back of an excellent 2nd to A DIFFERENT KIND.
Stepping up in distance should suit Neil Mulholland’s 8-year-old, and Harry Cobden is a positive jockey booking. Finally, he’s 4 pounds lower over fences, and he’s proven at this track.