Holloway’s Handicap Hurdle Tips & Betting Preview

IN SUMMARY: It all came good for Jenkins at Kempton last time, living up to his promise when taking a handicap in comfortable style. He’s now eleven pounds higher, but James Bowen takes off five pounds and he’s still fairly treated on his impressive Newbury Maiden win back in November 2016. With our original selection Le Breuil now sadly a non runner, preference is for the Nick William’s trained NIGHT OF SIN. A repeat of his effort last time out at Exeter should see him go close and with conditions to suit he’s an excellent each-way bet in a competitive looking handicap.

 

 

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