We come to enjoy at Sandown on saturday, with Tingle Creek is the highlight. 1st place for two-mile racers, it shows Chacun Pour Soi locking horns with Nube Negra and Greeneaten. We also have Henry VIII Novices ‘Chase, where Lucki would look to enhance his growing reputation. We will have horse racing tips for all races, including NAP of the day.
As always on Saturday, I was looking for some bigger prices and I believe these three horses can overcome their prohibitive odds. For 50-1, 33-1 and 16-1, you can find all my analysis below.
Becher is always a hot contest and I will enter Domaine De L’Isle (50-1) with a great price. At just eight years old, he ended last season in impressive form, winning a handicap match at Kempton and Cheltenham. He likes to go back to stay trips for later success, travel is the best and win with something in hand.
His last return to Cheltenham was disappointing, but it is still early days for him on this trip and having won big in the past, the pitch has not been an issue. Given his good fitness in the race, if he can jump as well as he did at Cheltenham over these new fences, he will be a big player for David Bass.
Oliver Sherwood has enjoyed winners at 22-1 and 16-1 in recent weeks and Seaston Spirit (33-1) could be another strong odds for stability. The four-time fencer winner, two of those wins over 3m 4f in the mud, then at Plumpton in January 2021. The next three starts are all well below that standard, but he’s did not return to his Plumpton rating.
He’s still lightly racing as a marathon runner, so further improvement is justified, even as an eight-year-old. Although the majority of his wins have come in the opposite direction, he won right-handed and the impending rain will definitely increase his chances. At 25-1 in the ten-runner race, I really liked his chance.
Gary Moore finished second in this competition and it’s not surprising to see Jamie Moore standing next to the rapidly improving Hudson De Grugy. That being said, Natural History (January 16) still being treated well especially given his flat form and will be given a higher hurdles rating than he is currently.
He has a tendency to throw odd loops, as he did in his back-to-back season at Fontwell, but with a score of 101 on the flat, 122 on the wood should be in good range. Sent off the favorites for last year’s Imperial Cup 132, he will enjoy the conditions and with Niall Houlihan dropping another 5 pounds, I could see him run a big race, as long as he puts his best footing. his forward.
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