2.00pm Market Rasen Tips & Betting Preview 09/11/2017

2.00pm Market Rasen tips for Thursday’s race. Read on for our free betting tips, predictions and analysis.

IN SUMMARY: Anyone who saw MIA’S STORM win at Chepstow would have had their breath taken away and made notes that suggested she was on her way to the very top. Kept to her own sex for now, she can only improve for that experience which makes her a frightening proposition for her rivals in a race well worth travelling a long way to see.

1 ANTARTICA DE THAIX – A lovely mare who won three chases in a row last season at Bangor, Huntingdon, and Wincanton and finished nine lengths in front of Desert Queen who she meets today on ten pounds worse terms. Paul Nicholls horses are going well (24% in the last two weeks) but this is her first try at this far and she needs to prove her stamina having never won beyond two miles four and a half furlongs.

2 DESERT QUEEN – Won this race last year so course and distance are no issue to Harry Fry’s mare but she does have four pounds more to carry here. She does run well fresh including when winning her in 2016 and ought to be a big player here though the stable could be in better form with just one recent winner.

3 BRIERY BELLE – Henry Daly’s daughter of King’s Theatre looked a mare going places last season when winning at Carlisle and then Warwick but went astray after that when a twenty-one length third at Cheltenham in a decent enough race before being pulled up twice back at the same track. Needs to bounce back to take a hand but cannot be ignored just yet.

4 DEBDEBDEB – The winner of both her races this season at when making all at Hexham over two and a half miles and then at Uttoxeter over three to score by seven and nineteen lengths. Her jumping was better the second time so she is learning as she goes, and Dan Skelton’s seven-year-old looks a class act in the making.

5 MIA’S STORM – Officially best in at these weights off of a rating of 144 and really caught the eye when winning on her only start over fences to date at Chepstow, beating Elegant Escape by three and a quarter lengths without really being extended. Her inexperience is the only very slight concern and she looks as if she can go on to compete in the better races come the spring at the major Festivals.

6 TREATY GIRL – Only a youngster at the age of six and placed in her first three starts over fences before pulling up at Catterick after jumping errors saw her tailed off. Over a stone to find on official ratings and very difficult to fancy in this exalted line up for trainer Ben Pauling even though the stable are in great form with a 32% strike rate and close to 18 points of level stakes profit recently.

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