NEWMARKET OPENER: PREVIEW & BETTING TIP

Newmarket Opener: Preview & Betting Tip. From now on, Flat racing will become our bread & butter. Early-season races are interesting from a betting perspective, so pay attention if you are out to profit!

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NEWMARKET OPENER: PREVIEW & BETTING TIP

NEWMARKET OPENER: PREVIEW & BETTING TIP

1:50 DREAM COMPOSER 9/2

THE BIG BOARD improved 9 pounds last season, and he should be capable of better again. However, while he won the first time out in 2023, it was over a furlong further. Another negative (1/21)  is the trainer’s stable form, making me believe that Richard Hannon’s runners will need a run!

As for SPRING BLOOM, the 7-year-old won just 4 races and finished 2nd on twelve occasions. While Robert Eddery’s gelding goes well fresh, he’s more likely to challenge for a place. 

NAVELLO won at Wolverhampton on his seasonal debut. While the switch in the surface isn’t a deal breaker, he’s higher in the handicap and up in grade. Also, he wasn’t expected (22/1) that day, suggesting he’s capped out of this better race!

Of those at double-figure odds, TEES SPIRIT is interesting. The 6-year-old is 13 pounds below his peak rating, and he’s twice won his return race. Mia Nicholls knows the gelding best, and five furlongs on a stiff track is optimum. 

Before we move on to my idea of the winner, keep a close eye on the Robert Cowell-trained trio. While they occupy the bottom three places in the betting, this trainer is particularly good with sprinters!

While he’s the favourite, the 9/2 being offered about DREAM COMPOSER is more than fair. The James Evans’ trained 6-year-old won 8 of his 39 races, and he comes into this on the back of a good return. In that 6-furlong race at Doncaster, the son of DREAM AHEAD travelled well before tiring late on. 

The selection dropped another pound in the ratings, and he’s 6 pounds below his last win. A stiff 5 furlongs is the perfect distance, and racing on good ground is ideal. With the race run to suit, Dougie Castello’s mount is the perfect candidate.

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