It’s certainly a come down from Royal Ascot, but there’s plenty of racing to keep us occupied on Monday. Southwell, Newton Abbot, Chepstow, Ballinrobe, Wolverhampton and Windsor all host action and we’ll have horse racing tips for them all!
While looking through Monday’s statistics, the form of William Muir and Chris Grassick’s horses stood out like a sore thumb. The new partnership have sent out five winners from their last 12 runners, with that 42% strike-rate yielding a £15.91 profit from level stakes. They have three strong chances on Monday that make into an 209-1 treble, find all the details below!
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The first of their chances is Gosnay Gold, who is yet to score in eight starts. He ended last season with several heavy defeats, but after showing promise on seasonal return, he went within half a length of breaking his maiden at Goodwood earlier this month.
Chasing a strong gallop, he hit the front sooner than ideal and was collared in the closing stages by a rival who had the race go his way. Despite a pound rise, he remains well-treated on his best form and conditions are certainly in his favour. With that in mind, he’s an obvious player under Lewis Edmunds.
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Having run well without reward on several occasions, Anjella (NR) wasn’t winning out of turn when scoring at Salisbury earlier this month. With the hood removed, she was always travelling well under today’s rider Cieren Fallon, showing a determined attitude to repel all challengers in the closing stages.
She’s gone up four pounds for that success, but given that she started off in handicaps off a mark of 68, a rating of 57 should still be achievable. Heavy ground is an unknown, but if she does handle this slower surface, she should be right in the thick of things.
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Two recent runs at Bath have been disappointing, but Far From A Ruby ran three good races in defeat earlier this season over course and distance. Finishing second off a two-pound higher rating back in March, that sort of form brings her straight into the argument.
Excuses can be made for her two most recent starts at Bath, with the mile perhaps not being ideal, and a return to the All-Weather is certainly in her favour. She does need everything to fall right, but Martin Dwyer takes the ride for the first time and he’s sure to give her the best possible chance off an attainable rating.
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