We’re back with another myracing sponsored racing meeting, with Chepstow the host for a fantastic seven-race card. With action beginning at 1.10pm and capping off at 4.30, it’s going to be an action-packed four hours. Eighty-one runners are declared which is a fantastic turn out for the time of year, and we’ve got all the key statistics below to help you have a profitable race meeting! You can find all our Chepstow Tips for the sponsored meeting on site now!
Trainers to Follow
Paul Nicholls – With the perennial King of Chepstow in the past five seasons Evan Williams having no runners on Tuesday, Paul Nicholls tops the list of leading trainers attending. Although he holds a record of twenty-eight winners from 123 runners (a 23% strike-rate), he records a loss of £9.10 to level stakes. With Nicholls’ runners rarely far away from the forefront of the market, that perhaps isn’t a surprising statistic, with many winners coming at skinny odds. His two runners on Tuesday are relative unknowns, so the market can help guide on their chances.
Peter Bowen – If you’re looking for profit as appose to winners, Peter Bowen is your man at the meeting tomorrow. He’s recorded a £6.52 profit over the past five seasons, with nineteen winners from a total of 105 runners. With an 18% strike-rate, plenty of his runners have likely gone in at bigger prices. He saddles two tomorrow, with both Dr Wells and Cougar’s Gold representing him.
Jockeys to Follow
Sean Bowen – You can’t do much wrong by following Sean Bowen at Chepstow, with his last five seasons proving extremely fruitful. Bagging twenty-five winners from a total of 101 runners, he’s amassed a whopping profit of £70.97 to a level one pound stake. With four rides on Tuesday, he’s got an extremely good chance of bringing home a haul of winners.
Richard Johnson – It seems that wherever the Champion Jockey goes, profit follows him as if he’s the pied piper. With thirty-four winners from a total of 147 rides, his 23% strike-rate constitutes to a £13.37 profit to level stakes. The champ has five rides at Chepstow on Tuesday and regardless of their odds, they do need plenty of attention.
Horses to Follow
Garrane (1.45) – Jeremy Scott’s six-year-old has visited the Welsh venue once, landing a handicap hurdle by a wide margin. He ran a strange race when bidding for a hat-trick when last seen at Exeter in April. He makes his seasonal debut attempting the larger obstacles for the first, which is certainly an interesting angle. There’s a small concern on his record fresh, but a return to this venue could bring out the best in him.
The Worlds End (3.25) – It’s fair to say that The Worlds End is a banker of many for the meeting, and it’s not hard to see why. Unbeaten in three course starts, he was a Grade 1 winner at Aintree in 2017 and was far from disgraced in a number of assignments last year at the top level. He makes his chasing debut with a huge amount of potential and on his best form, he’s clear of all his rivals.
Heluvagood (4.00) – A course and distance winner in March, Victor Dartnall’s charge was only beaten three-quarters of a length when bidding to follow up over course and distance a month later. He’s not been at his best since, but those two subsequent runs came away from this venue and latterly came after a wind operation. He may have needed the run after an absence and could be just right for a big effort with that run under his belt, especially back here at Chepstow.
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