WhichBookie racing analyst Andrew Blair White provides a preview and betting tips for races at Roscommon on Tuesday 28th June.
|Auditoria||9/19/1||Each Way - 2 Places
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|Dequall||15/215/2||Each Way - 4 Places
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Date of Tips: 06/12/2021
Disclaimer The odds for these selections were correct at the time of publishing (11:11 06/12/2021) but may have changed since. Please check the latest price before placing your bet.
After a good weekend of action, it was a very informative weekend with plenty of excellent performances. When Willie Mullins begins to bring the big guns out to play – it leads to a lot of impressive performances. Today, the action comes from Musselburgh Racecourse – where there is some intriguing action and although there are not many betting opportunities, I still have found some selections from the card.
Starting off with the 1.15 race, which is a 2m handicap hurdle and sees a good field of six go to post with plenty of these horses arriving in some good form. Both First Impression and Minella Plus won nicely last time out and could still be ahead of their marks – despite the fact that they will have to both lug around a lot of weight. Instead, it might be prudent to side with a horse that doesn’t have to carry as much weight.
That filly is Auditoria, who is in receipt of more than a stone from the two market principles and brings a decent level of form to the table on her handicap debut. She would have won last time out when unseating at Fakenham, while her previous three second place finishes were decent efforts. She has been racing at tight tracks before and this race could well suit her nicely. At a price of 9/1 with SkyBet, who are understandably just paying the 2 places – she is an each way bet.
The following race is the 1.45 – and is a 2m6f novices handicap chase for horses rated between 0-105. Gun Merchant won snug last time out and looks to be well treated in this contest off only a few pounds higher on that occasion. However, the rest of his form looks unconvincing. Instead, I will be siding with the chase debutante, Dequall, who should run a big race for the Coltherd team despite having to carry top weight in this contest.
However, despite that weight, a mark of 103 should not be beyond him by any stretch and he is a fascinating recruit to the bigger obstacles. As he is only 5, he has a lot more scope for progress than some of his rivals in this race and if taking to his new discipline, he should stay very well over this trip. Paddy Power are paying out 4 places in this race, and the price of 15/2 looks appetizing as an each way bet.