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|De Lady in Red||9/4||Win
|Bois Des Clamart||13/2||Each Way - 4 Places
|Exciting Oscar||7/1||Each Way
|Sil Ver Klass||11/4||Win
Date of Tips: 07/01/2022
Disclaimer The odds for these selections were correct at the time of publishing (21:53 07/01/2022) but may have changed since. Please check the latest price before placing your bet.
It was always going to be the case that the racing would slightly fizzle down for a week or two after the sheer brilliance of the Christmas racing. However, this week’s racing has not presented many opportunities for us and we had to sidestep the action again today at Wetherby. Instead, we have taken the more careful approach and I’m hoping that the racing at Cork tomorrow can provide the necessary betting opportunities that we have been craving throughout the week.
Starting with the 12.30 race, which is a 2m novice hurdle and has a decent set of 8 runners going to post on this occasion. The ground is soft to heavy at Cork, and if often take a fair bit of getting – which should be taken into account when making your selections for tomorrow. Very few in this opening contest have proven form on this type of terrain so there will have to be an element of hope attached to backing De Lady in Red – who has Barry O’Neill back on board this time of asking. This mare looked very promising earlier in the season, when readily landing a bumper and maiden hurdle in quick succession. Her handicap bow has a shade disappointing, given she was well backed. However, she drops back to 2m, which should suit on this ground and she should be able to stay well in these conditions. Her best form would entitle her to a better mark than 118, so I am hoping that can be exploited and it’s interesting to see O’Neill get the ride, having won those two races in the summer months on her. At a general price of 9/4, she should be backed.
The 2.13 race on the card is the first handicap of the day and is a handicap hurdle over 2m4f. Given bits and pieces of his chase form, the handicap mark of 123 is too good to turn down on Bois Des Clamart, who has never quite convinced his jumping over fences and was last seen falling at the first in the Paddy Power over Christmas. That was an arduous task on that occasion and he is back in much lesser waters this time around. His handicap hurdle form from last year was okay without being spectacular, but again it was at a higher grade than this race and this time of contest should be well within his capabilities on his best form. At a price of 13/2 with Paddy Power, who offer 4 places, he should be backed each way.
The 2.48 race is a beginners chase over 2m4f and on this occasion, there are certainly no superstars lurking in this race – but it is very competitive all the same. Very few of these have major fencing experience, and it might be worth siding with experience and the nine year old, Exciting Oscar. He boasts a rating of 101 over fences, which may well be up to taking a race like this if he is able to run pound for pound to that rating. He was second on chasing debut last season at Thurles, when running a blinder, before an okay sixth on reappearance at Limerick a few weeks ago. That was a nice starting point for the season and there should be optimism that he could improve plenty for that effort. There are very few in here that come into this race with consistent form, so hopefully that run in better company will put him right for this. At a price of 7/1 with Paddy Power, he should be backed each way.
The final race to cover is the 3.23 race on the card and this handicap chase over 2m4f is just as difficult as plenty of the other races on the card. This 8 strong field looks tight to pick between but it might be worth siding with an in-form trainer and a trainer that we have had some good success from in the last few weeks. Tony Martin runs Sil Ver Klass in this race, who must have a great chance off an appetizing low weight. He has been a bit hit and miss over fences before in his career and he is an infrequent winner, but everything is set up for a big run after two very solid postings in handicap hurdles. Bryan Cooper is booked on this occasion and this 8 year old has a lovely racing weight to run off, so he should be able to go very close on his return to the bigger obstacles. At a price of 11/4 with William Hill, he is worth backing.