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|Harald Hardrad||11/2||Each Way
|Coventry||10/1||Each Way - 6 Places
Date of Tips: 04/12/2021
Disclaimer The odds for these selections were correct at the time of publishing (10:19 04/12/2021) but may have changed since. Please check the latest price before placing your bet.
There is nothing quite like the feeling of getting to the weekend when you have been building up to it for so long and feel the anticipation. With the weekend we have in store, it’s hard not to feel somewhat overwhelmed as a jumps fan. From a watching and betting perspective, there is just so much to get your teeth stuck into that you can often fire too many bullets. With that in mind, I have stuck to the home card at Navan to dissect and hopefully find a winner or two in the process.
The 11.30 is the 2m4f maiden hurdle and looks like a good contest on paper. This weekend is frightening with the amount of ammunition coming out of the Mullins stable – and I can only expect that they can all run with great credit. That being said, I would like to take on this favourite on this occasion as I think there is a better value bet in the race. That bet is Harald Hardrad, who was a very impressive bumper winner for Noel Meade and represents in-form connections. Having ran in a PtP in 2019, he was a long time off the track before bounding in on stable debut, and looked like there was plenty more to come. He gets that opportunity to prove himself today, and should be noted as a big danger to the two at the top of the market. At a price of 11/2 with Bet365, he is a backable each way price.
The 1.08 race is the feature race on the card as it is a very lucrative 3 mile handicap hurdle. There are some good horses in this race but I personally could not be backing Burning Victory due to her lack of aptitude to jumping hurdles and that could get exposed in this sort of contest. One of my old flames runs in this race, and is due a change in luck. Coventry is that horse, who will have the assistance of a low weight and Phillip Enright on his back this time out, at a course where he won his maiden hurdle last year. He was a gutting second last time out at Galway, when shaping well up in distance and this trip looks within reach. Quite importantly for this type of race, he should have the tactical speed at crucial times of the race to get himself into good positions. At a price of 10/1 with Paddy Power, who are offering 6 places – he is an each way bet.
And finally, the 2.53 race is the Foxrock Handicap Chase and this 2m4f 0-150 race has attracted a small but select field of runners. There are plenty of these either arriving in good form or look well handicapped – so you could make a case for plenty of them. However, given how well he ran last time out and his form for us WhichBookie followers, I feel aggrieved to not back Wa Wa in this contest, who comes here with a proper favourites chance. He demolished a good field at Naas last time out on handicap debut and looks like he might have another race in him despite the hike in the weights. Due to stepping up in class, Wa Wa is still right at the foot of the weights and should not be dismissed. He is not a great price, with 5/2 being skimpy for some in this type of handicap. However, he brings the right credentials and I think he will take a lot of beating.