4.00pm Chepstow Tips & Betting Preview 22/11/2017

4.00pm Chepstow tips for Wednesday’s Class 4 race. A competitive looking handicap hurdle over two and a half miles, with a field of ten chasing a field of £3,249. Read on for our free betting tips, predictions and analysis.

IN SUMMARY: SUMMER GETAWAY shaped far better at Ascot last time than the official result suggests. Bang there two out, he faded close home as if in need of the run. With that under his belt, he looks a big each way price. Broom Tip is surely capable of better now that he goes handicapping for smart connections. Mondello and Maroc both hold an each way chance at the prices, though they are 0/36 between them so plenty does need to be taken on trust to support them.

1 CATCHER ON THE GO – All three wins have come at Ffos Las, including on very soft ground. Didn’t get home over further last time, the drop back to this trip should suit him better but needs a little more to defy this mark.

2 BROOM TIP – Showed glimmers of form over this trip on soft ground in maidens, he makes his handicap debut now. Mark looks a little high on what he has physically achieved but he represents a smart yard and looks sure to do better in this discipline.

3 MIXCHIEVOUS – Ran to a similar level in three runs earlier in the year without really looking as if he was progressing. Most from the Venetia Williams yard have needed a run, but he has nothing to prove with regards to ground or trip.

4 CAMRON DE CHAILLAC – Yet to get his head in front in nine runs, showing his best when runner-up at Plumpton in February. That was on the softest ground he has encountered so conditions will be no concern. Yet to prove his stamina for his far, running poorly at this trip on his return.

5 SUMMER GETAWAY – Looked in need of the return to action at Ascot on his handicap debut last time. Still there two from home, he faded late on. This mark looks workable on that form, looking overpriced if coming forward for that.

6 WITH PLEASURE – Soft ground suits well, but looks too high in the weights on the balance of his form. Was well behind Summer Getaway when slipping up at Ascot last time, lots to prove on the back of that.

7 MONDELLO – 0/16 in this discipline, his two runs this autumn leave him with a bit to do from this mark. Soft ground is no issue and the return of the cheekpieces should help, but no more than an each way shout.

8 HELUVAGOOD – Produced his best effort in maidens at this track in January. A long way short of that on his handicap debut last time (also here) a run that leaves him with plenty of work to do to defy this mark.

9 MAROC – Shaped well enough on all three runs for a mark. His opening gambit looks perfectly fair on his flat form with soft ground no issue, but he is 0/20 in all disciplines and hasn’t looked the most straightforward in the past.

10 KENYAN – Improved form since handicapping, he got off the mark at Plumpton last month. He still looked a bit of a baby under pressure last time out, so the potential is there for improvement.

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