1.30pm Worcester Tips & Betting Preview 14/11/2017

1.30pm Worcester tips for Tuesday’s Class 3 race. The second race of the day at Worcester on Tuesday a 2m 4f Handicap Chase, with several interesting types going to post. Read on for our free betting tips, predictions and analysis.

IN SUMMARY: This is a hugely competitive handicap with both Song Saa and Dresden holding leading claims on the best of their form, but ready preference for TOWN PARKS. Considering he was racing over a trip that was short of his best, he ran a cracker to finish fourth at Carlise on his seasonal debut. He is now back up in trip and will be much sharper for that run, so he can take a deserved victory.

1 DRESDEN – Hasn’t won since November 2015 for Henry Oliver, now four pounds below that mark after disappointing on seasonal debut at Stratford in October. He loves softer ground and should have come on for that run, so is a key player under Aidan Coleman now he drops in class.

2 ROLLING DYLAN – Rated 132 over hurdles for Philip Hobbs and he can perhaps be forgiven his tame run on chasing debut as the ground wasn’t in his favour. He’s lightly raced and still remains with potential, sure to have come on for that seasonal debut. He’s an each way player under Michael Nolan.

3 LITTLE JON – Placed off three pounds higher at Newbury in January but he was well beaten in two subsequent runs, pulled up at Sandown when last seen. He’s clearly capable off this mark and he has his ground, but he’s entitled to need this and others are preferred.

4 TOWN PARKS – Consistent sort for Kerry Lee who ran well on chasing debut at Carlisle on his latest start, travelling well for a long way and jumping equally as well. He clearly needed further and he gets that here, remaining with huge amounts of potential. He shouldn’t be for catching under Will Kennedy.

5 RED HANRAHAN – Lightly raced six year old for Paul Nicholls who has been a mixed bag over fences, running well on his first two starts before disappointing at Newton Abbot when last seen. He needs to settle and jump better and despite now being down in class, others are preferred.

6 PERFECT TIMING – Arrives here on a four-timer for Neil Mulholland, winning a handicap chase easily at Plumpton when last seen in May. He’s now eight pounds higher and faces softer ground which is far from ideal. May just be found out now upped in grade.

7 SONG SAA – Progressive mare last season who ran a good race when second over course and distance on her return to action, no match for a runaway winner but she was clear of the rest. She’s on the same mark and has obvious claims as she should come on for the run.

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