Thursday 3 October 2019

Tuesday's Racing Tips (22nd October)

Just a quick post. 

Taking a look at Tuesday's two-year-old racing action. 

1:40 Yarmouth - 

Testing going. Not my favourite medium to find winners. A 0-75 nursery over 6f 3y. From a significant entry point of view, a couple of these may be of interest. George Scott's Dragon Command has won a couple of races and a determined horse. A winner at Claiming class last time out. Difficult to assess whether this 7f on soft ground will be too much of a test of stamina. 

Karl Burke's two-year-olds have been in fine form. Seven Emirates has always been held in some regard by connections but been disappointing. Has taken time to appreciate what racing is all about and a little weak in ways. The first try at nursery class may show more today. 

Personally, I would take a watching brief. 

2:15 Yarmouth - 

Once again a Burke runner catches the eye. From a statistical point of view Made For All has decent claims. Ideally, this filly would be much better bet if drifting in the market. 

It is worth watching the betting as this may be revealing for few of these - helping pinpoint potential improvers or weak links. Lady Tati didn't show a great deal on debut but if fancied in the betting may well have each-way claims. If very weak in the market best watched. 

Lady Light cost a packet at the yearling sales fetching 850,000 euros and in the ownership of China Horse Club International Limited. Unless seriously fancied in the betting, I find Michael Bell's debutant are more likely to be placed than win. 

I would definitely let the betting settle before placing a bet. 

2:35 Newcastle - 

Another tough-looking race. From a significant entry and betting point of view, I would be looking at Grand Bizarre and Carlos Felix. I am pretty confident both will run well. The latter, trained by David Simcock, could well be a worthy each-way option to the favourite if prices allow.    

2:50 Yarmouth - 

Nine fillies take part over this mile. 

Another trappy-looking affair with a selection of leading trainers and high-profile owners. Once again, I would let the betting settle down before considering what may happen here. The market may help disregard a couple of lesser lights. 

The betting suggests it is out of six horses. 

Too Big To Fail looks the type to enjoy a test of stamina and has valuable experience after making her debut at Nottingham. Mark Johnston's filly ran on well that day in what looked a fairly competitive race. I can see her going well. However, there may be some opposition. 

John Gosden unveils a daughter of Frankel, a homebred in the ownership of A E Oppenheimer. Frankly Darling should be respected as her trainer does well at this course, especially if short in the betting. Has fair each-way claims if prices allow. 

Combine has been given a Class 2 stakes entry for Hugo Palmer. The betting should tell the story for this horse's chance. 

Similarly, David Simcock has Float racing in the familiar silks of Qatar Racing Limited. 

Cabaletta is well owned and trained. 

This looks a difficult race to assess at the time of writing and even when the betting settles it may well be worth taking a watching brief. 

Best bets on the day:

2:15 Yarmouth - Made For All 
2:35 Newcastle - Carlos Felix (only if drifting to each-way odds)

Posted: Jason Coote 

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