As promised, I’m back today with two betting tips for the Jumps racing at Southwell on Thursday. Then for Friday at Kilbeggan I have a selection that I think will open up at a really big price, so don't forget to come back tomorrow to check that one out.
Finally, to round the week off nicely, we’ll be heading off to Stratford for the Saturday Jumps card. If you’re like me and you simply can’t get enough of the Jumps action, make sure that you follow me on my YouTube channel and also check out my first ante post bet for Cheltenham, it’s an absolute cracker.
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For Thursday’s Jumps card at Southwell, I’ve got two singles for you to get stuck into. They come in the first two races where there are quite strong favourites. However, I think this firmer ground is really going to play into my hands and suit my selections perfectly - we could be in for a really good day on Thursday racing fans.
The first race at Southwell is a very open Handicap Chase and the obvious candidate is Harry Derham’s runner, Mystic Man. He won two in a row, including here at Southwell over course and distance, before being pulled up last time out on soft ground, so he holds an obvious chance. But for my money, the perfect candidate here is Tedwin Hills, who runs for the Emma Lavelle yard.
Emma is a trainer who knows her horses really well and she has developed a real knack for placing them just right. In the case of Tedwin Hills, he drops down in Class here and I think it’s a really good chance for him to break his maiden. Although this is his Chase debut, the changeover from Hurdles to Chasing is another thing Emma Lavelle is spectacularly good at and I think we’ll see a completely different horse in Tedwin Hills this time around.
In this Stayers’ Chase, Sean Bowen rides Fairlawn Flyer, who took advantage of a reduced mark when he won last time out at Cartmel, but the firm going here is far from ideal for him, he definitely acts better with a bit of cut in the ground. So for that reason, I am inclined to give Biowavego a chance here instead.
He has already shown us some really good form on firm ground, when winning at Warwick on his seasonal debut. His two runs since on softer ground were OK, but definitely only a shadow of what he showed at Warwick. The trip here is no issue for him, he is pretty well-Handicapped and the firm ground could just bring out even more improvement in him still. Coming here fresh after a short break, I think Biowavego is a real danger to the favourite.
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