I’m heading off for some Jumps action at Tramore on Thursday evening and I have three betting tips for you to get stuck into, which I’m advising as singles, doubles and a win treble.
On Friday, we’ll be back at Tramore again to take us into the weekend. We’re not too far away from September now and I can’t wait for the real Jumps meetings to start rolling out. Also, my Countdown To Cheltenham series also kicks off next month, so make sure you stay tuned for all the good stuff that’s on the way.
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It’s a pretty decent betting card for Thursday evening at Tramore and the ground is likely to be on the fast side, which should help all of my selections here. In fact, it really could be the decisive factor, so I really hope the rain stays away. For today’s selections I advise trying singles, doubles and a win treble, in the hope of making some nice profit.
The opener at Tramore is a Novice Chase over 2 miles and Ahead Of The Posse looks ready for a crack at Fences after running a big race last time out at Galway. He is related to a bunch of decent Chasers, so whilst improving shouldn’t be an issue for him, the fast ground is a concern, as so far, he has performed better with some cut in the ground.
Anyway, I think Itwasfate, who runs for the De Bromhead team, is the one to side with here. He is a very consistent type who ran a big race to finish third last time out and he is sure to have improved for the experience. With the current ground conditions, and Rachel Blackmore in the saddle, I think Itwasfate will take all of the beating here.
The Beginners' Chase has some rather interesting contenders. Top weight Ceadanna has been progressive and brings some good Hurdles form into the field, having won his last two. He has the potential to could go really well here if he takes to Chasing on his first attempt.
However, my money will be on Will You Win for this race. She is a very nice mare, who took to fences very nicely on her debut effort last time out at Kilbeggan and I think she’ll be much better suited to this stiffer track. My only tiny niggle is that she evidently likes to dictate things, and I’d prefer to see her held up a little more.
Basically, she has some good pace, which could be used much more effectively towards the end of the race and also, going off fast here could possibly set it up for one of her rivals. In my eyes, Will You Win needs to be given a good ride here, but ultimately, I think her class will be enough to get the job done.
My final betting tip for Tramore is Hidalgo Des Mottes. I am convinced that he has been primed especially for this race, despite still being a Maiden after 12 runs in total. That said, he has been very consistent across all of his five starts this year and ran especially well in his last two, following the application of cheekpieces, which will remain in place here.
He has not always been the easiest of rides and has always been quite a keen type, so the slight drop back in trip looks ideal, as it means he will get a really strong pace to run at here, which should help counteract that. Hidalgo Des Mottes definitely has a race of this nature in him and he has a very good amateur on board who claims 5lb, so he really doesn’t have any excuses here.
17:15 - Itwasfate @ 13/8
17:49 - Will You Win @ 4/1
19:19 - Hidalgo Des Mottes @ 11/4
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