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Daily Racing Tips: 16/11/2019

16/11/2019

Neil Morrice brings you all of his best bets and tips for UK Racing at Wolverhampton, Lingfield, Uttoxeter and Wetherby on 16/11/2019.

Wolverhampton: 16/11/2019

Race 4: SERIOUS JOCKIN (Each Way)
Trainer: Mick Channon – Jockey: George Bass

Taking a step up from five furlongs to seven in this nursery, SERIOUS JOCKIN can get into the argument at a big double figure price. He’s not quite delivered his ability onto the track but has some good form on the all weather, and wasn’t beaten far when fourth on his latest start at Chelmsford. He’s a hold up horse who needs to be delivered late.

Race 5: DUTCH TREAT
Trainer: Andrew Balding – Jockey: David Probert

DUTCH TREAT deserves a crack at a conditions race after her game triumph in a Class 3 handicap at Newmarket where she produced a nice change of gear to wear down Clara Peters. That was outstandingly her best effort in just four outings this season. When a filly produces that level of improvement she is worth following.

Lingfield: 16/11/2019

Race 2: HIBERNIAN WARRIOR
Trainer: Roger Varian – Jockey: John Egan

Several of the top Newmarket stables are represented in this intriguing maiden but the form HIBERNIAN WARRIOR produced on his debut at Newmarket should have teed him up nicely to open his account. He overcame a sluggish start to stay on for minor honours behind New World Tapestry and can take a step forward over this suitably longer trip from a good draw.

Race 5: MAGIC LILY
Trainer: Charlie Appleby – Jockey: Jason Watson

The one with room for improvement in this fillies’ Listed race is MAGIC LILY. The Godolphin-owned runner showed ability in both juvenile starts only to meet with a setback that put her on the sidelines. When coming back in a similar contest at Saint-Cloud last month she went down by just threequarters of a length to Lanana. Not only did that confirm she had retained all her old ability, but it should have served to blow away any cobwebs and make her the finished article this time.

Race 6: LORD NORTH
Trainer: John Gosden – Jockey: Frankie Dettori

Dettori’s presence on the back of LORD NORTH tells you all you need to know about the automatic favourite for the featured Churchill Stakes. The 112-rated 3yo ran out an 11 length winner of his only other start on the all weather at Newcastle and has gone on to plunder the Cambridgeshire and the Listed James Seymour Stakes at Newmarket either side of finishing second in a valuable handicap at Ascot. He holds outstanding claims and looks banker material.

Uttoxeter: 16/11/2019

Race 2: EGLANTIER
Trainer: Mark Bradstock – Jockey: Sean Bowen

From a small stable that can excel with a young horse coming through, EGLANTIER can preserve his unbeaten record in this debut over jumps. He made virtually all and showed a gritty determination to score on his Fontwell introduction in March. That bumper was run on heavy ground, so we know he will handle these conditions.

Race 4: GLOCKESPIEL
Trainer: Tom George – Jockey: James Bowen

Without question the dark horse in this novices’ hurdle, GLOCKESPIEL can score on his debut under Rules. The 4yo is returning from a whole year off the track but has shown promise in his preparatory work for this, while his only run in France resulted in a respectable third in soft conditions at the provincial course of Angers.

Race 5: MIDNIGHT TUNE
Trainer: Anthony Honeyball – Jockey: Sean Bowen

MIDNIGHT TUNE probably faced a fitter rival when beaten by Sensulano at Fontwell and that outing is thought to have brought her to the boil. She jumped well in the main, and was eased when beaten.A win here can tee her up for another successful season.

Race 6: TARA WELL
Trainer: Robin Dickin – Jockey: Ceris Biddle

Even though she was eventually beaten more than 20 lengths, TARA WELL acquitted herself well on her Chepstow reappearance when fifth behind Guardia Top. Her starting price of 25-1 indicated she might be in need of the run, while she had a good blow on returning to unsaddle. If that’s brought her on she can get into the shake up in this mares’ only hurdle.

Wetherby: 16/11/2019

Race 2: GOOD BOY BOBBY
Trainer: Nigel Twiston-Davies – Jockey: Sam Twiston-Davies

A course winner over hurdles last season, GOOD BOY BOBBY ran into one when beaten by Brewin’upastorm on his debut over fences at Carlisle. His bold bid to make all was only thwarted in the last couple of strides and the form recieved a boost when the winner followed up at Taunton on Thursday.

Race 4: MR ANTOLINI
Trainer: Nigel Twiston-Davies – Jockey: Sam Twiston-Davies

Former Imperial Cup winner MR ANTOLINI has the make and shape of a chaser and did little wrong when succumbing to the high class Black Op on his debut over fences at Stratford. He handles easy conditions and it’s most interesting that his trainer has elected to go straight for a handicap.

Race 5: FARO DE KERSER
Trainer: Tom George – Jockey: Jonathan Burke

French import FARO DE KERSER joined his trainer with a tall reputation after winning a minor contest in the provinces and is a fascinating prospect. He’s reported to have worked and schooled pleasingly ahead of this Class 2 introductory hurdle in which Big Bad Bear and Miah Grace rate the main dangers.

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