NEWBURY – JUICY BETTING TIP

Newbury – Juicy Betting Tip. We have been killing the bookies this week, and we don’t intend in stopping. This is the time of the year when we double up with our stakes, and this weekend is going to be no different! 

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NEWBURY - JUICY BETTING TIP

NEWBURY – JUICY BETTING TIP

NEWBURY 2:15 DILIGENT HARRY 7/1

If we consider the handicapper’s ratings, a number of these can be given a chance. With 5F sprints, you will always need a bit of luck in running, albeit Newbury races are normally run clean.

John Ryan is doing well with his three-year-old MANACCAN, and he comes into this on the back of a listed win at Doncaster. However, while the EXCEED AND EXCEL son is a consistent type, he’s also exposed. In short, the 3-year-old will win more races, but he shouldn’t be the bookmaker’s favourite for this Group 3.

TIS MARVELOUS has been a great servant for Clive Cox, and the 8-year-old won his last race at Beverley. Interestingly, despite 5F races being run on a straight track, the son of HARBOUR WATCH won all 9 of his races at a right-handed course. Whether running left to right or vice versa makes a difference is open to debate, but it is a weird factor. It goes without saying that he’s one with a chance, but I prefer to look elsewhere.

CHILL CHILL is down in grade, and he’s been running well against better opposition. Nevertheless, something is missing, and he would certainly benefit more from another furlong.

MITBAAHY didn’t travel in his last race, and he seems best on a stiffer course than this.

The one I like is DILIGENT HARRY, with the main reason being he’s being dropped back to 5F. While this fella usually races over 6F, the way he races suggests the minimum distance is ideal.

For the record, Clive Cox’s 4-year-old colt doesn’t have many miles on the clock, and it’s not like he’s been getting beaten far in better races. There is also an argument to suggest he’s been unlucky with the draw in recent races, but that shouldn’t be the case today.

At these attractive odds, we have to take our chance with the son of DUE DILIGENCE