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|Pink Legend||11/111/1||Each Way
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|Garry Clermont||17/217/2||Each Way - 4 Places
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Date of Tips: 19/11/2021
Disclaimer The odds for these selections were correct at the time of publishing (10:40 19/11/2021) but may have changed since. Please check the latest price before placing your bet.
We’re fast approaching another excellent weekend of action with the racing from Ascot, Haydock, Gowran and Navan will steal the show. That being said, it looks like a hard couple of days from a punting perspective and given the fact that I have been more in and out than I would have liked this term, I am having to bear that in mind. Broomfield Hall ran well at Thurles yesterday but unfortunately couldn’t return the winner we so desperately seek. Focus for today zones in on Ascot, where they have a lovely seven race card which serves as a brilliant appetizer for tomorrow.
I have just the two selections today and the first of which is in the 2.05 race, which is an open 2m5f handicap chase. 8 runners go to post for this contest, which is absolutely ideal for those of us looking into the markets, and I have found one that perhaps is a little bit bigger than she should be in the betting. That mare is Pink Legend, for Venetia Williams, who is gradually getting into her stride this season. This mare was heavily campaigned last season, and culminated in a win at Cheltenham on good ground in April. Despite the obvious fear that the majority of the horses in this yard seem to prefer a lot more juice, this horse seems more versatile and the forecast ground should not be too much of an issue.
Her record fresh would also offer up some needed encouragement as for the last two seasons she has come out and won first time out. This looks obviously a trickier race than those prior assignments, but there should not be an issue with freshness the first time out and she looks fairly treated by the handicapper. She has only been nudged up two pounds by the assessor after that win at the end of last season and I think a mark of 129 reflects where she is. With this in mind, I think she is worth an each way bet in this race. At a best price of 11/1 with William Hill, I think it is worth taking that risk.
The following race on the card is the 2.40 race and this is potentially the best race on the card. This 2m handicap hurdle has attracted a good field of 9 to the post and this looks like a fascinating betting heat. Captain Morgs is your favourite, and perhaps rightly so, after a good third at Cheltenham last time out and he does look like a better horse than his mark would suggest. However, he has made a habit of losing races in recent times, and I would be swerving at such prohibitive odds in such an open race.
A horse who is on a stiff mark but could still be improving is Garry Clermont, who won in very impressive fashion at Warwick back in May and comes back with his stable being in red hot form in recent weeks. It would seem from the balance of form that Garry Clermont will be hoping for a strong pace to aim at in this contest and to come and make his challenge later rather than earlier. Off a mark of 137, he doesn’t have too much room for manoeuvre, but he is only six and could still be improving upon that mark and it wouldn’t surprise me to see him run a very big race. With SkyBet offering up four places for this race, his price of 17/2 is tempting enough to back each way.