5 Key Betting Angles For myracing’s Sponsored Nottingham Meeting

Nottingham Racecourse

This evening’s card at Nottingham is being sponsored by myracing. We have free runner-by-runner analysis and tips for all seven races on our Horse Racing Tips page – which includes selections for the remaining meetings at Catterick, Newbury, Ripon and Roscommon. This article will provide you will five key betting angles on tonight’s card that have been profitable to follow in the past.

Trainers To Follow

Saeed bin Suroor has an impressive 43% strike-rate with his runners at this venue in the past five years, so it is no surprise to see his sole representative Last Look attract serious support in the Follow @myracingtips On Twitter Novice Stakes.

At a more attractive price, Dean Ivory has a respectable 19% strike-rate with his runners at Nottingham in the last five seasons. That figure rockets to 35% with his horses aged four and over though – producing a level stakes profit of £57 – the seven-year-old Tangramm fulfils that criteria in the myracing Supports GoRacingGreen Handicap.

Jockey To Follow

Paul Hanagan has been the go-to rider at Nottingham in the last five years, with his strike-rate currently at a notable 21%. That stat is enhanced when he rides horses for trainer Richard Fahey, with the duo currently operating at a 25% strike-rate when teaming up. They do so on two occasions tonight, including with You’re My Rock in the myracing.com For Nottingham Tips British EBF Novice Median Auction Stakes.

Horse To Follow

The horse to follow this evening is James Given’s Cuban Sun. At first glance, her 1-4 record at Nottingham does not look anything special, but on closer inspection, her win came at odds of 10/1 (over the same distance she faces in today’s myracing.com Free Bets And Tips Fillies’ Handicap) and she has placed in two of her remaining three starts here – at eye-catching odds of 200/1 and 40/1 respectively.

Draw Stats

The final race on tonight’s card is the myracing Supports Mental Health Awareness Handicap – which is run over a sprint distance of six furlongs. In recent years, it has paid to follow those drawn low in handicaps over this trip – with that stat producing an incredible £165 profit at £1 stakes. Coming out of stall 1 today is the David O’Meara trained Constant.

One Final Stat

Trainer Tom Dascombe has just a 7% strike-rate here in the last five seasons (5-69), but his record in nurseries at this venue reads an impressive 3-8 (38% strike-rate) – that produces a level stakes profit of £9.63. We Owen A Dragon runs in this evening’s myracing.com Free Tips Every Day Nursery Handicap bidding to enhance that record.

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