Daily Racing Tips: 16/10/2019
Neil Morrice brings us all of his best bets and tips from UK Racing at Bath, Kempton Park and Nottingham on 16/10/2019.
Race 2: JEANIE B
Trainer: Mick Channon – Jockey: Franny Norton
JEANIE B has shown she can handle testing conditions and this Pontefract scorer faced some better rivals when a creditable second to Ventura Flame on her latest start at Hamilton. She has delighted her trainer in subsequent work, and can regain the winning thread.
Race 3: TANTIVY
Trainer: Richard Hannon – Jockey: Sean Levey
There seems no obvious reason why TANTIVY can’t confirm his Goodwood superiority over Stag Horn and Herman Hesse as that was a big improvement by the colt from his first two outings. He was a 40-1 roughie on that occasion, but seems to have progressed in leaps and bounds.
Race 1: TWILIGHTING
Trainer: Henry Candy – Jockey: Nicola Currie
A wide draw is the only negative for TWILIGHTING who ran into a well supported and in form rivals in Katherine Place over the minimum trip here two weeks ago. She made a good fist of keeping tabs on the winner to go down by a length and a quarter with Jaganory and the remainder strung out behind her. Her pilot will surely have to tuck her in and hope for a way through, but if getting the gaps this well related sprinter can gain an overdue first career triumph.
Race 5: CHAIRMANOFTHEBOARD
Trainer: Mick Channon – Jockey: Callum Shepherd
On his juvenile debut at this time last year CHAIRMANOFTHEBOARD bolted up by eleven lengths and looked something special, but his subsequent exploits have seen him in a far more gloomy light. He’s had issues and underwent wind surgery not long ago, but there’s no recent evidence to expect a turn in his fortunes. However, he’s dropped to a tempting mark and from a good draw can go well at protracted odds.
Race 4: MAJESTIC DAWN
Trainer: Paul Cole – Jockey: David Egan
Right from the day MAJESTIC DAWN proved a hare that never came back in a Newbury maiden in the spring, the colt has shown himself to be competitive at a high handicap level and might have won at Royal Ascot had his race been over today’s two and a quarter mile trip. He was the subject of solid backing for the Cambridgeshire in which he again acquitted himself well in finishing fifth and although there are others that like to force the pace here, he can see them off.
Race 5: GO WELL SPICY
Trainer: Mick Channon – Jockey: Silvestre de Sousa
GO WELL SPICY didn’t justify the strong support on her at Leicester and has been robbed by the weather of a good opportunity since. But she is getting a fair bit of weight from her four rivals and if handling the deep ground can spring a surprise.
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