Daily Racing Tips: 04/11/2019
Neil Morrice brings us all of his best bets and tips for UK Racing at Hereford, Kempton and Plumpton on 04/11/2019.
Race 2: PERFECT PREDATOR
Trainer: Alan King – Jockey: Tom Bellamy
Having shown promise in all four outings in bumpers last season, PERFECT PREDATOR can make an immediate mark now switched to hurdles. He knows how to win and was only just denied by Eritage on his final start in a warm heat at Wincanton. He’s been well tutored for jumping, and his stable is going well.
Race 4: WISECRACKER
Trainer: Ben Case – Jockey: Bryany Frost
The bold jumping WISECRACKER gets on well with his pilot, rarely puts in a poor run and is therefore going to offer up excellent Win and Place value in this. He did nothing wrong when beaten by Duc Kauto at Wincanton, and will operate around these tight bends.
Race 2: RIVER DAWN
Trainer: Paul Cole – Jockey: Rossa Ryan
RIVER DAWN comes back fresh from a three month break and is 7lbs higher in the weights than when opening his account at Brighton in July. He has plenty of ability, but his early season runs were compromised by a breathing problem that has been dealt with. His forcing tactics can again be exploited from a midfield draw.
Race 6: LOXLEY
Trainer: Charlie Appleby – Jockey: Adam Kirby
This is a cracking feature in which former South African champion Last Winter should improve from his only previous run in the UK. However, others look stronger at this stage including LOXLEY who has been minded this year and should have more bombs to fire, especially after being beaten inches in a similar contest at Newmarket last time.
Race 3: TZAR DE L’ELFE
Trainer: Richard Rowe – Jockey: Rex Dingle
TZAR DE L’ELFE hails from a yard that often support this course and he’s no stranger to the place, having finished second in each of his last four outings in the 2019/19 campaign. There’s nothing ungenuine about him, he stays well and is considered sufficiently forward to put in a competitive run first time back.
Race 4: DAN McGRUE
Trainer: Paul Nicholls – Jockey: Harry Cobden
DAN McGRUE did everything but win when mugged in the final strides of his comeback over course and distance last month. He travelled and jumped well, but in a tactical race just missed out. What should help him this time is the bigger field with the emphasis on a stronger gallop.
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