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|Cash Again||11/1||Each Way - 4 Places
|Captain Moirette||14/1||Each Way - 4 Places
Date of Tips: 14/01/2022
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When it comes to Jumps Racing, there are often plenty of variables that can go wrong and obviously, the most blatant obstacle, are the obstacles themselves. That seems to have been the case for me lately, as unfortunately three of my last four selections have all found themselves on the floor at varying parts of their races. Luckily enough, all horses seem to be okay and we can only hope that this luck can turn on its head sooner rather than later. We have racing from both Sedgefield and Huntingdon tomorrow, and I’m looking forward to having a go at the action.
Starting with Sedgfield, the first race of the day that has intrigued me is the 1.20 race, which is the first division of the 2m4f handicap hurdle for horses rated 0-100. This is typical low grade stuff and it’s hard to get carried away by any of the competitors. Cailin Dearg looks the most obvious, having arrived here with two wins on the boards from her last two starts, including over C&D on St Stephen’s Day. However, there is a nine pound swing in the weights from that day between herself and Cash Again, who looks primed to strike for a Ben Haslam team that knows how to get horses to win races when the time is right. This horse has won over course and distance before and showed more zest than for a long time when finishing third in that same race from the 26th. He is back to a mark that we know he can win based on prior performances and I am excited to see this horse take on the favourite on much more advantageous terms. At a price of 11/1 with Skybet, who offer 4 places – he is well worth a bet.
The following race is the 1.50 and is the second division of the same handicap hurdle and this time around, I will be looking for a former classy horse to return to form under ideal conditions. The horse in question is the mighty grey, Captain Moirette, who has looked fairly lifeless for current connections, but is lurking off a mark that just can’t be ignored. At his prime, this horse was rated in the 130s and he is now back in a 0-100. He has run poorly three times for the Jimmy Moffat yard, but all three of those runs were over the minimum distance and this 2m4f trip looks like it will suit a lot more on this occasion. With Charlotte Jones taking extra weight off and the horse dropping down to this grade for the first time in his life, he should be afforded a chance. At a price of 14/1 with Paddy Power, who go with 4 places – he is another each way bet.
The only selection coming from Huntingdon comes in the 2.30 race, which looks like a competitive six runner 2 mile juvenile hurdle. All six of these have won races over hurdles thus far, and plenty will be looking to add another good performance to their CV. At the top of my list is the unexposed Parliament Hill, who was very impressive when winning around Leicester on his debut over timber. He was a decent staying flat handicapper in Ireland before being bought to go to Olly Murphy, and he took to the task in decent style – jumping accurately and asserting close home. It looked like he might get pitched into the Grade 1 at Chepstow over Christmas but connections opted to bypass that and this looks a more suitable stepping stone for the horse. Olly Murphy had a nice double at Bangor yesterday and should be able to go close with this horse. A price of 3/1 with Bet365 looks too big.