Daily Racing Tips: 22/10/2019
Neil Morrice brings us all of his best bets and tips from UK Racing at Exeter, Kempton, Newcastle and Yarmouth on 22/10/2019.
Race 3: THEGOAHEADMAN
Trainer: Jessica Harrington – Jockey: Robbie Power
On a rare excursion to the West Country from Ireland, Jessie Harrington’s THEGOAHEADMAN is begging to be backed to endorse the promise of his success at Downpatrick back in May. He left previous efforts behind that day and should be just as effective stepping up to three miles.he faces several in form rivals but has surely not travelled over for the goodness of his health ?
Race 5: SOUTHFIELD STONE
Trainer: Paul Nicholls – Jockey: Harry Cobden
Multiple hurdles scorer SOUTHFIELD STONE has taken beautifully to fences at home and could be on of the top novice chasers from his powerful stable. In spite of not being by any means the finished article he hardly put a foot wrong last season, all the more pleasing for connections who know his end game has always been as a chaser. He can take this on the way to better things.
Race 4: RAAEB
Trainer: Saeed Bin Suroor – Jockey: Jim Crowley
This looks a good opportunity for RAAEB to get back into the winner’s enclosure. The colt impressed on his Doncaster introduction but when upgraded at Newmarket had no answer to the talented Kinross. Starting favourite in a big field he tried to lead throughout but was swamped by his rival who scored by eight lengths. It will be astonishing if there’s anything of the same calibre taking him on today.
Race 6: ICONIC KNIGHT
Trainer: Ed Walker – Jockey: Hector Crouch
The current well being of ICONIC KNIGHT is mirrored by three good efforts in defeat on each of his last three outings. He’s done nothing wrong and is totally genuine, and spoiled his chance at Ascot last time by running freely in the early stages. If settling he can serve it up to his rivals, of whom Total Commitment looks the main threat.
Race 4: HAMISH MACBETH
Trainer: Hugo Palmer – Jockey: Ben Curtis
In a cracking heat HAMISH MACBETH can beat Desert Safari. The selection went for a Sales race at the Curragh in his bid to complete a hat-trick but mis timed his run after being given plenty to do and in a blanket failed by just over a neck to catch Stone Circle. This big, powerful individual has trained well since that foray overseas and can regain the winning thread.
Race 7: BURTONWOOD
Trainer: Julie Camacho – Jockey: James Sullivan
Track specialist BURTONWOOD put in a rare poor run at Catterick last time when unsuited by six furlongs. Now back in his comfort zone over the minimum, he can make an impact at rewarding odds and gain compensation for some near misses earlier in the season.
Race 3: TOO BIG TO FAIL
Trainer: Mark Johnson – Jockey: John Egan
TOO BIG TO FAIL was given a sympathetic time on her Nottingham introduction. She kept on well in the testing ground to post a frame finish and has any amount of improvement in her.her trainer appears to have found a good opportunity for her, even though there are a number of well related newcomers in opposition.
Race 4: WESTBROOK BERTIE
Trainer: Mick Channon – Jockey: Scott McCullough
Always best when returning from a break, WESTBROOK BERTIE put in some sterling work at the business end of an identical race at Nottingham a fortnight ago and will revel in the heavy underfoot conditions. He’s a fresh horse compared to the majority of his rivals and his cause his boosted by a capable 5lb apprentice in the saddle, who knows him well.
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