Pontefract X4 Racing Tips. We are sharing our four bets for Free at Pontefract. While our big betting will be in France today, we won’t be missing these.

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Michael Does runner WOR WILLIE won his last race by 7.5L. Since that was over this course & distance, he ticks that box. However, while an 8-pound rise is a slight concern, giving so much weight away in a small field is a stopper.

Bumper winner GLORY AND HONOUR is foremost a hurdler. Nevertheless, he won two of his 6 flat races, and according to his hurdles rating, he’s still fairly treated. David O’Meara’s six-year-old must have a chance, it’s just that his odds take away the temptation.

Despite being lightly raced, connections have been trying to get rid of BEARAWAY. However, he wasn’t claimed after winning a seller, and that means Hughie Morrison is lumbered with him for now!

I’m going to recommend the outsider of the party MY LITTLE QUEENS. Richard Fahey’s filly won 4 of her 15 races, and she won one of those on a stiff course (Hamilton) like this. The fast ground isn’t an issue, and Oisin Orr will have a plan.

3:00 CHIL CHIL 9/4

GALE FORCE MAYA is the form horse. She doesn’t mind a hill, and she ticks the course and distance box. However, while she’s a super mare I readily prefer CHIL CHIL.

On her penultimate start, the daughter of EXCEED AND EXCEL wasn’t beaten far in a big handicap. Three of her five turf wins came at Ascot and Newmarket, and both of those have a stiff finish like Pontefract.

According to the handicapper, the selection is 2 pounds well-in, and Ben Curtis is a positive booking. 


4:10 GRIMSBY TOWN 100/30

MAGGIE’S DELIGHT stays well, but I’m not convinced that she’s particularly well handicapped.

Since last racing YAGOOD changed stables from Joseph Parr to Neill Mulholland. Whether that proves to be advantageous remains to be seen, albeit his new stable is quiet for now.

FLINT HILL saves his best for Pontefract, and he won his last race off this mark. For the most part, he’s running well and he should be thereabouts.

Consequently, three points are guiding me to the chance of GRIMSBY TOWN. Firstly, a visor should help him concentrate better. Secondly, he’s on a good handicap mark and receiving a valuable weight-for-age allowance. Finally, the 3-year-old is the one with the most scope to improve! 


The handicapper seems to have caught up with LATE ARRIVAL. Based on his recent form, DANDY SPIRIT doesn’t have much of a chance.

A case could be made for COTTAM LANE, albeit she needs to bounce back from a poor run. DREAM TOGETHER is one for the place pots, it’s just that I prefer HELLO ZABEEL for the win. In order to reduce the burden of 10-0, Kevin Ryan is wisely using a 5-pound claimer, Oisin McSweeney.

Furthermore, dropping back a furlong can only be a good thing and the fast ground is ideal. Lastly, and this point shouldn’t be underestimated, the 4-year-old is best suited to a stiff track.