Hello racing fans and welcome back!! I hope you’re all having a great week and enjoying yourselves. I have a great selection of five tips for Wednesday’s racing and I think they have some real good chances and hold great value. Watch the video below, and read on to find out more about the latest betting tips for Wednesday’s action.
NUIT ST GEORGES was very impressive last time out where he made all and managed to break the winning run of Prince Alex and potentially had a little more left in the tank come the finish line. I would expect a similar style of run this time out and is clearly the best horse in the race. He has been given top weight for his best efforts and does has the best rating in the race.
He will probably be fighting for favouritism with Mrs Milliner, however NUIT ST GEORGES has already proven his level, whereas Mrs Milliner still has to show she’s up to this level. Don’t get me wrong she could be, but I do feel she has a lot to do if she is going to be able to pass my selection here. We do have to give Mrs Milliner a stone here but don’t underestimate our selection, he is proven, uncomplicated, and if he is to reproduce his last run then he will take a lot of pegging back. 3/1 more than fair.
STARSHIBA comes here in great form and could just be about to peak. Starshiba sneaks into this decent handicap off a low weight. He was only beaten a closing distance short head to Perotto, who went on to win at Royal Ascot last week and is another clearly on the up. That form stacks up very well against a few of these and may not be done improving yet. Sometimes it pays to keep an eye on a horse that is coming into form and although he has been solid all season, I feel the last run was an improvement and could be one to side with whilst the irons hot.
David Probert gets the ride and he has been in great form himself lately, I think he is one to side with in this event and is very likely ahead of his mark at this stage. 5/1 is just way too big a price for this progressive type coming in on a low low weight.
ARABIST is one I’m willing to take a chance on here. He has a low weight and ran two very solid efforts so far this season finishing 5th and 4th but progressed with each run. This is a very good handicap with some good horses with a lot of ones next to there names however ARABIST could just be going under the radar slightly here. He is a very good alternative to the shorter ones in the market and clearly has ability. His two runs this season have been over 1m4f however found the final furlong a tad of a stretch.
The switch back to 1m3f should bring out the best in him and again he could go overlooked at the prices and is weighted well if we are anticipating any sort of improvement from him at all. Could be a decent time to catch him and I wouldn’t put anyone off backing him each way as there are 4 places available. Runs well from the front and has jockey Joe Fanning on board which would suit so I am expecting him to run a big race at a big price.
MEU AMOR is a 3y-o clearly on the up however he is still a maiden at this point. Take nothing from this however as he has been running in some very good races and was only beaten 4 lengths by the talented group winner Mehmento on his last outing. That form alone puts him right in the picture here, and I can’t quite understand why he is such a big price apart from the fact he hasn’t won a race yet. His opposition here would do well to have got that close to Mehmento themselves, so that has to count for something.
These Amo Racing owned types seem to be improving with each run and tend to be taking quite big steps forward at the same time. This leads me to believe there is a much bigger run in him which will make him very difficult to beat here. Has the single best piece of form to his name and as that was his last outing he must go close here. Takes great form and a decent time on the clock into this fillies race and there will need to be a good sort in this if they are to stop my selection here. I think he will take all the beating with more to come from this Filly.
My Nap selection for wednesdays racing comes in the name of JACKHAMMER who runs out of the dianne sayer stable and is relatively unexposed for a 7y-o. Ran runner up on his last three occasions and was very unlucky not to win on either occasion. He had no luck in running but still managed to finish a close second and would’ve probably got up with another few strides.
This is a competitive race with some good seasoned horses but also some unexposed youngsters who are on the up. I think it’s worth siding with JACKHAMMER here though and he still seems to be getting better and really filling into his figure now and could be ready for another big run. I can see him being held up and then just slowly picking off the field one by one. James Sullivan takes the ride and the pair won over course and distance here two years ago almost to the day so the selection is clearly thriving.
Will enjoy coming back here and likely to put his best foot forward yet again. Found 1m1f a slight stretch however the drop back to 1 mile should suit him perfectly and I think he is the one they all need to beat here. Probably goes under the radar slightly being from a smaller stable but I think the price should be half of what he is even though you may be able to get bigger than the current offering if you have a search around. He will go very well back here and ticks all of the boxes with a lot going in his favour. Get On!