Daily Racing Tips: 15/10/2019
Neil Morrice brings us all of his best bets and tips from UK Racing at Kempton, Hereford and Huntington on 15/10/2019.
Race 5: BOUNTY PURSUIT
Trainer: Mike Blake – Jockey: Megan Nicholls
With three successes from his last four outings BOUNTY PURSUIT has proved a credit to his connections. He gained the latest of those in some style at Chepstow, and although raised in class off a higher mark this evening, is in the mood to serve up a repeat under an apprentice rider who seems to be going places.
Race 7: BRAINS
Trainer: Jamie Osborne – Jockey: Nicola Currie
On the assumption that he is ready following a lengthy break, January course and distance scorer BRAINS looks the best option for this. He’d obtained a handicap mark through three modest showings in his juvenile season but returned a better and stronger horse to land a Class 6 a shade snugly. Back at the same class level, he’s in with a great chance of following up.
Race 1: COTTON CLUB
Trainer: George Boughey – Jockey: David Bass
COTTON CLUB belied his odds of 28-1 when second in a Class 4 handicap on the Tapeta surface at Newcastle. He’s totally fit for this switch to the hurdl8ng ranks for his rookie trainer and can give likely favourite Searching plenty to think about. He’s both worked and schooled well in his preparation.
Race 2: DON’T SHOUT
Trainer: Nigel Twiston-Davies – Jockey: Sam Twiston- Davies
With his yard firing in the winners DON’T SHOUT should be hard to beat in this novices’ hurdle. He might have been bogged down in a similar race run on heavy at Perth and can be forgiven that blip. Now encountering a faster surface, he can show his true colours and open his account.
Race 4: STRONG RESEMBLANCE
Trainer: Oliver Greenall – Jockey: Henry Brooke
This combination enjoyed a bountiful season over fences last winter and can carry on from where they left off. The 8yo is capable of bossing his rivals round here, and is considered tuned up for what is a first outing in 220 days.
Race 1: GLORY AND FORTUNE
Trainer: Tom Lacey – Jockey: Nico de Boinville
GLORY AND FORTUNE impressed when landing a Listed bumper on his debut under Rules at Cheltenham, and even though the form has been devalued, any winning statistics from that course bear close inspection. The Lacey stable is in good order and the 4yo has been well tutored for the switch to hurdles at home.
Race 3: RENWICK
Trainer: Dan Skelton – Jockey: Harry Skelton
RENWICK looks one of the nicer prospects from his burgeoning yard and is ready to take this novices’ handicap chase. He landed two hurdle races from just five outings last season, being afforded the patience he needs. The 6yo is a quality unit who should be well worth following through the winter.
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