Been unable to write since Saturday, as the pile of university essay’s pile-up, but here are a few selections for today.
Karezak (8/11) should win this. A winner at Chepstow on debut by a head showed character and gameness to win. In that race Golden Doyen finished second, since then he has gone onto record back-to-back victories and the last one was at Cheltenham’s Open Meeting, so the form looks in Karezak’s favour. There is of course scope to improve for all of these three year olds. Mick Jazz maybe the danger after a second place in France and is making his British racecourse debut.
The class in this race comes in Unique De Cotte, who after a long absence won at Cheltenham last time out. Currently priced at 10/11 doesn’t take my fancy after a few jumping mistakes and 10lb penalty for that win. Tullyesker Hill (11/1) would be an each-way play for me. A horse that prefers soft ground and is proven to stay and win over this distance. As a five year old that could still be plenty of improving to come. In the future he could potential be a chaser, as last year he was beaten by Deputy Dan, who made a successful chasing debut last month.
The ground at Musselburgh is reported as good, so there is no ground concerns for any runners today unless the heavens open. Chestnut Ben (5/1) is the one here despite been high in the weights, a recent second at Fakenham and a winner last month who should go well. Saddlers Deal has consecutive seconds to his name and one of those is behind the selection at Huntingdon last month.
Good luck if you’re having a bet. I’ll try my best to get tomorrow’s tips out tonight if at all possible.
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