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Jake's Tuesday Racing Tips

- 13:06, 5th June 2017

“Thoughts go out to connections of the talented Tea In Transvaal who slipped up into a hurdle at Newton Abbot when travelling well on the front end. My other tip for tuesday was the NAP Interweave who missed the break by about seven lengths and struggled for room at the finish.” JJ

3.30 Chepstow

I want to get a tip in early for tomorrow and this class four handicap sprint over six furlongs is as good a place to start as any.

This looks an open race on paper but SATCHVILLE FLYER (8/1) has got to be worth a few bob each way for David Evans.

The six-year-old ran well when fourth at this track last time taking on a trip that he’s struggled at in the past (last five attempts as 1m+ read 0-0-0-0-0). What’s more, his form at Chepstow catches the eye having won here and placed second from four more attempts at the track.

Also, he tends to run his best races when there is soft anywhere in the going description, and whilst the ground is currently described as good the incessant rain will almost definitely change that come race time.

Finally, the son of Compton Place now comes here three pounds lower than his last winning mark and his overall win percentage on the turf is excellent at 28%.


4.10 Wetherby

Miss Van Gough is the 7/4 favourite for this mile handicap at Wetherby today but I’ve missed the price on her as she was widely available at 4/1 earlier this morning. There’s no value in her price now so I’ll have a look elsewhere.

Dutch Artist is another who interested me after a decent run last time at this track. But the gelding looks a tough ride and is a bit awkward under pressure, although he is starting to get well handicapped.

The one I’m going for is LIKE NO OTHER (8/1) for Les Eyre and Paula Muir. He also ran in that Wetherby race just mentioned but was even more impressive, coming from a mile back to nab second place behind Theodorico, who bolted up next time by six lengths off of a five pound higher mark.

The selection was running well at around this mark last season and the rider’s claim takes him down below 69, a mark at which he bolted up by six lengths last June.

He’s also displayed an affinity for a softer surface as on his very next run after that win he was unlucky not to go closer after being hampered when staying on into third on a soft surface at Haydock over seven.


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