Standout Bet At Market Rasen. We will be betting in the UK, France and Germany today. For you lovely site visitors, here is one for FREE.
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STANDOUT BET AT MARKET RASEN
2:45 EUREU DU BOULAY 3/1
RAILWAY MUSE is a CD winner, and his trainer keeps him on a right-handed track. Nevertheless, he does have a tendency to jump left, and that will leave him disadvantaged at Market Rasen. Also, the 9-year-old didn’t win any of his 6 races from a mark this high!!
Interestingly, in his 12 races, TED’S FRIEND never raced at a right-handed course. Furthermore, in his two chase races, he lacked fluency, and this is a tricky track.
Meanwhile, KINOND KWETU is being switched to chasing after just 5 hurdle races. However, the 6-year-old did win two point-to-point races, albeit they were run over 2M4F.
Normally, I’m attracted by runners who switch codes at the earliest opportunity, it’s just that 3 miles are a worry. In short, if he stays the distance, Sam England’s gelding will go very close from a lowly mark of 107.
Following three ‘’pulled-ups’’, ROYAL VILLAGE needs to prove he wants it.
Sue Smith’s runner KAUTO D’AMOUR is three years younger, but he’s lost the plot for now.
MOANS CROSS won just 2/32 races, and he’s 6 pounds higher over fences compared to hurdles.
ZOFFALEE ran a total of 41 times, and he’s 0/12 over fences. While the 7-year-old is 13 pounds lower in this sphere, he’s not the most reliable of jumpers. In brief, I can’t get overly excited about Mike Sowersby’s runner.
I fancy the chances of EUREU DU BOULAY! The French import won 5 of his 23 chase races, and the most recent was over this CD. While that was 15 months ago, a recent 2/14 to ROSTELLO shows he’s returning to form. Moreover, he’s 8 pounds lower today, and Phil Armson is a good booking. I wouldn’t be surprised to see the 8-year-old lead from start to finish!!