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|Djasek||11/2||Each Way - 5 Places
|Galypso Clermont||9/2||Each Way - 5 Places
|Galahad Quest||10/1||Each Way - 6 Places
|Simply The Betts||10/1||Each Way - 6 Places
Date of Tips: 01/01/2022
Disclaimer The odds for these selections were correct at the time of publishing (08:51 01/01/2022) but may have changed since. Please check the latest price before placing your bet.
First and foremost, before getting back into the Horse Racing action today – I would like to wish anyone who is a regular reader of all the articles a happy and healthy new year. We are treated to a feast of action on the first day of 2022 with some great action from Ireland and from Cheltenham. I am going to offer a mix from all the action, with a few selections from both Fairyhouse and Cheltenham. Let’s hope it’s a good and positive start to the new calendar year.
Starting at Fairyhouse, the 12.55 race is the 2m handicap hurdle and looks like a nice competitive race. There are 13 runners in this encounter and plenty of these have it to prove in this encounter. However, over the festive period at Leopardstown we had some decent luck following in some Tony Martin horses in similar handicaps with good runs from Good Time Jonny and Belgoprince. He has the potentially well handicapped, Djasek in this race and he looks like a likely contender in this race off a mark of 99. However, this horse has not been a winner over hurdles thus far and will have to break his maiden tag if he is to land the spoils. However, he has shown more than enough promise to suggest that a win will be around the corner. He is 11/2 with SkyBet, who are offering 5 places in this race, and he is to be backed each way as a result.
The 2.05 race is another handicap hurdle and this time it’s the second division of the 3m race, for horses rated between 80-109. This 20 runner race looks like it might one to favour those near the top of the market. Previous scorer, Galypso Clermont won last time out in the style of a horse that had more in the tank and it’s good to see Richie Deegan retain the ride. He has been raised seven pounds for that winning effort last time out but that should not stop this horse, who has come very close to winning a few times prior to getting his head in front. Galypso Clermont has not been the most trustworthy on occasions, but he seems to be maturing and considering he is only 5 years of age, there should be a lot more progression to come. Bet365 are offering 5 places in this race, and although it’s a conservative price – he should be backed each way at 9/2.
Moving to Cheltenham and the 2.00 race is the feature handicap race on the card and this New Year’s Chase over 2m5f sees a lot of familiar faces coming back to contest another C&D contest. We have plenty of horses that are putting form from the Paddy Power Gold Cup and the Caspian Caviar earlier this season. One that is very interesting on some of his best handicap form is Galahad Quest, who is well handicapped to strike in this sort of contest, but will have to bounce back after a fall at Aintree last month when being well backed. Previous to that, he had finished a fast finishing fifth in Paddy Power, where a lack of big match experience caught him out in the middle part of his race, before getting the hang of things late on. Considering he has a good pull at the weights at the other horses that contested that race in November, he could be well positioned to run very well. Paddy Power are offering a standout price of 10/1 with six places available, and should be backed each way.
However, not in dissimilar fashion to Galahad Quest, there is another horse at an each way price that should be backed on this step back in trip and class. Simply The Betts has run much better in his first two starts for Paul Nicholls than his form figures would suggest. He finished sixth in the Paddy Power under top weight, when putting in a spirited effort from the front and only weakened out of it late on. He then failed to stay in Listed company last time out at Aintree and he drops back into handicap grade. He is better off with plenty of his rivals for the Paddy Power run and it is very conceivable that this horse could go very close over the course and distance that he has gone so well at in the past. Also at a price of 10/1, with William Hill on this occasion, he is also an each way bet.