We have horse racing tips aplenty for the myracing sponsored card at Chepstow this Tuesday, where plenty of the top trainers have horses in action across all seven races.
Luke Parkinson has taken a look through the runners and riders for this afternoon’s meeting and selected four outsiders in his 10,236/1 each-way acca.
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Soft ground seems to be key for Lisdoonvarna Lad and he might just get his conditions at Chepstow this Tuesday.
The seven-year-old has only won once so far in his career but that came on soft, and after a failed campaign over fences last season, it looks as though connections are going to have another go over hurdles.
He wasn’t beaten that far by Eva’s Oskar at Warwick earlier this month and considering that run came after a 222-day break, it is sure to have sharpened him up for this.
At a new trip, he’s well worth an each-way play if that last run has done him the world of good.
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Sam Twiston-Davies has a 20% strike rate when teaming up with trainer Neil Mulholland and the pair could make it another double delight together with Peltwell.
She made a low key return on her seasonal reappearance at Stratford on the 7th October, but has shown plenty of promise in the past to suggest she could give involved in the business end here.
On handicap debut, she’d be an interesting contender at the very least.
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The feature race on the card has the potential to be a really interesting affair, even if the market suggests it should be comfortably won by the Paul Nicholls-trained Truckers Lodge.
On the chance that he doesn’t fire, Copperhead could be an each-way player as he seeks out a hat-trick bid after ending last season with back-to-back hurdles wins at Exeter and then Sandown.
This will require further improvement on his first outing over fences but with Robbie Power in the saddle, a man who has been operating with a 24% strike rate in the last fortnight, they’ll surely be worse alternatives.
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Consistency has been the name of the game for Patsio since winning at Ffos Las in June and he can give another good account of himself in the penultimate race on the card.
The eleven-year-old has maintained a mark in the high nineties since that victory and was second off 98 at Worcester back in August, something which might be significant when he races off 96 this Tuesday.
In-form conditional jockey Connor Brace also takes off a handy three pounds and that should really put him in the mix at an outside price.