We have tips in 4 races at today and we are giving away 1 race for free.
(Already sent Thursday evening for Good Risk At All)
GOOD RISK AT ALL 11/2 generally – 1.25 POINTS E/W (4 places, 1/5 odds)
BOTOX HAS 12/1 generally – 0.375 POINTS E/W (4 places, 1/5)
The heavens are going to open this evening and the rain is forecast heavy. There is rain around tomorrow also and I am sure the ground is going to be testing and very heavy. No horse in the race is going to love these conditions more than GOOD RISK AT ALL. I couldn’t have him out of the frame while at the same time I am confident he wins this race. The more rain the better and when this horse has run on testing ground the last twice, he won on the bridle. He was a winner at Carlisle last time out on heavy ground and was a winner at Ascot last year on heavy ground. This is his first try at 3 miles but I can’t see that being a problem whatsoever given he was staying 2m 4f in heavy ground as a novice. He is now up to 143 in the handicap but I think in the right conditions, trainer Sam Thomas has a 150+ horse on his hands. I think this trip is just going to improve the horse and I really wouldn’t be surprised to see him win this in a canter. E/W.
BOTOX HAS looks real value at the prices and is a horse who is as consistent as they come. Anyone looking for a each way bet in the race, away from Good Risk At All, this is the horse and at the time of writing he is 14/1. Gary Moore is all out to win here as he has put on claimer Caoilin Quinn to claim 7lb, bringing his handicap mark to 137, a mark the horse is easily good enough to win off. I also think the apprentice is a jockey going places, he showed he is cool as a cucumber today when winning on Bobo Mac at Chepstow today and is riding out of his skin. No doubt he goes into this race full of confidence. BOTOX HAS – has had one run this season when coming home 2nd at Cheltenham in October, giving away lumps of weight to the winner that day, Shoot First. He was also a grade 2 winner on his final start last season at Fontwell, when beating Brewin’upastorm. Even going back to all his runs over 3 miles, which have all come at Cheltenham, his form reads 232, in big field races. He is very ground versatile although I suspect he wants the ground slightly better, I see no reason why soft ground would inconvenience him. E/W.