Daily Racing Tips: 23/11/2019
Neil Morrice brings you all of his best bets and tips from around the UK on 23/11/2019.
Race 2: HIGHEST SUN
Trainer:Colin Tizzard – Jockey: Harry Cobden
This can go to one of the horses at the top of the weights with HIGHEST SUN marginally favoured over Pym. The selection has acquitted himself well on both starts this season and especially when getting to within just over four lengths of the very highly regarded Champ at Newbury where he put in his best work at the business end. He looks for all the world as if this longer distance will benefit him.
Race 5: CALL ME LORD
Trainer: Nicky Henderson – Jockey: Nico De Boinville
Although his racecourse visits have been infrequent CALL ME LORD remains a horse of huge potential and he’s strongly fancied to convert on this seasonal reappearance. The 6yo ran only twice in the 2018/19 campaign and carried a welter of support in the Imperial Cup, for which he started 3-1 favourite and finished third to Malaya. If he enjoys a clear run of things physically he can go a long way this winter.
Race 7: KID COMMANDO
Trainer: Anthony Honeyball – Jockey: Aidan Coleman
Former point winner KID COMMANDO made a smooth transition to racing under Rules when bolting up at Fontwell and looks the one to be on in the concluding bumper. Highly regarded by his trainer, he carries a 4lb penalty but that 18 lengths and more demolition job of his foes makes him of serious interest.
Race 2: SINGLEFARMPAYMENT (Each Way)
Trainer: Tom George – Jockey: Jonathan Burke
Conditions look perfect for SINGLEFARMPAYMENT who is worth back on his first outing since finishing a creditable eighth in the Grand National in April. He was parsimoniously campaigned last season and has never quite lived up to his early potential. However the gelding has been given some tweaks in the summer and now is the time to catch him.
Race 3: MIDNIGHT SHADOW
Trainer: Sue Smith – Jockey: Danny Cook
MIDNIGHT SHADOW carried my vote at Carlisle only to fall at the last just after taking command. This proverbial winner without a penalty has shown no ill effects from the uncharacteristic spill and remains a horse to follow. He’s getting 7lb from Jarveys Plate and 11lb from both Activial and Keeper Hill, and appears to hold all the cards.
Race 7: LATE ROMANTIC
Trainer: Oliver Greenall – Jockey: Henry Brooke
When scoring on his return to the fray at Wetherby LATE ROMANTIC looked like a horse that had improved and it is hard to fault the way he powered clear of Renwick. Those fences take some jumping and the 9yo can make light of his 7lb penalty.
Race 2: PERFECT PREDATOR
Trainer: Alan King – Jockey: Tom Cannon
With a solid first run back behind him PERFECT PREDATOR looks the one to beat in the second division of the maiden hurdle. He had to be stoked up a fair way out at Hereford last time but responded to beat all but Olly The Brave. He’s shown subsequent improvement in his work and should again be seen doing all his best work at the finish.
Race 5: VOLT FACE
Trainer: Paul Webber – Jockey: William Kennedy
VOLT FACE is proving tricky to win with and has been off for more than 200 days, but his yard has posted a couple of quiet winners recently and he could be another. He likes to get on with things, and in a race devoid of pace setters may be able to establish an easy lead. He’s in good order regarding fitness levels.
Race 4: SO BELOVED
Trainer: David O’Meara – Jockey: Adam Kirby
You have to look back a fair way for his last win but SO BELOVED signalled when switched to the all-weather last time that he should soon come good. He was the only one other than winner Alrajaa to attract support and duly stayed on strongly for second. He’s on very good terms with h8mself, and should prove hard to beat.
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