Finding winners is never an easy task and there’s no such thing as a perfect system in this game. One factor that can help is their records on certain tracks. It helps to indicate which tracks horses enjoy running at. We’ve picked out four such horses and combined them into a 98-1 accumulator. There are four meetings in Britain from Huntingdon, Lingfield, Newcastle and Sedgefield on Friday and we’ve selected one specialist from each track to consider. Check out our free tips page for daily content across British and Irish racing.
Incrimination (6-4, William Hill) got off the mark for Conrad Allen over course and distance last time out, to gain her second career victory. That was an impressive win by three lengths and suggests there’s plenty more to come from her. On her first course and distance start, she finished third and clearly improved for the run next time. As that was her first run for 274 days her stable debut, she was fully entitled to. It’s highly unlikely that she’s found her ceiling yet and another win could be on the cards.
Raffle Ticket (10-3, William Hill) won his maiden hurdle at Huntingdon by a massive 41 lengths. The second boosted the form of that win by scoring next time out. It was a very satisfactory chase and seasonal debut when third at Sandown last time out. Improvement seems highly likely and if finding a little more, has to be bang in there.
Tom Creen (5-2, William Hill) was an impressive winner over course and distance on chase debut in November. He won by six lengths and the second has boosted the form by winning well earlier this week. Got outstayed by an in-form horse over 3m1f at Catterick last time and the return to this course and distance can facilitate a return to the winners’ enclosure.
After John (13-8, bet365) has an unblemished record both here and on the all-weather. In three starts on Newcastle’s artificial surface, he has won all of them. Those victories have come in his last three starts, which means he’s in the form of his life. You wouldn’t want to bet against him scoring again.
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