Home away from home: 76-1 course specialists accumulator for Sunday

Uttoxeter Racecourse

There is not the same class on show on Sunday as on Saturday but there are still three interesting cards. Uttoxeter, Exeter and Navan are the courses in action. As always, those who have prior wins round there make a lot of appeal.

While scouring the cards for our horse racing tips, we have picked a multiple course winner from each track. 6/7 combined, they make up a 76/1 acca which is best priced with William Hill at time of writing.

1.10 Uttoxeter – National Hunt Racing Enthusiasts Club Handicap Hurdle

Taste The Fear has twice been sent to Uttoxeter by Dr Richard Newland, winning on both occasions. One of those came on heavy and one on good so he is an adaptable type, just four pounds above his most recent winning mark which came at Market Rasen in the summer.

He was a little disappointing at Worcester last time out but he can be forgiven that now that he is back on a winning track. The drop in trip there didn’t help and it was off the back of a break so better is expected now.

1.50 Navan – John Lynch Carpets & Flooring Monksfield Novice Hurdle

Ginto silk


Gordon Elliott sets punters a real puzzle here. The top pair in the market are both from his yard and are each owned by Bective Stud. Davy Russell is on the other one who is favourite but it’s Ginto who catches the eye. He is 2/2 in his short career so far at Navan.

His stablemate doesn’t look an obvious improver for the drop in trip having won so well over two and three-quarter miles last time out. This will be far more suitable for Ginto so he is the one of the pair that makes most appeal.

2.00 Exeter – MansionBet Best Odds Guaranteed Handicap Chase

Two wins in three visits to Exeter from White Moon who arrives at a much lower level than when last at the track. He has had his issues over fences with a few sloppy mistakes but there is good reason to believe that he can do better this season.

The Colin Tizzard stable had an awful time of things last season. This gelding’s plummet down the handicap is entirely understandable as the entire yard were under a cloud. He has gone well fresh in the past and a mark of 118 would see him absolutely thrown in on his old form.

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