We have just a pair of meetings to look forward to on Tuesday, with Southwell and Newcastle hosting All-Weather action. It’s disappointing not to have jumps action and the weather really has spoiled the fun.
That being said, we’ll still have plenty of competitive racing on the Synthetic surface. Competitive racing means the potential for value and that’s the thing I’m searching for.
It might have been two days, but the 1065-1 monster double is still very much fresh in my mind. It’s going to be a difficult one to beat, but I’ve found a pair of horses who I believe are massively overpriced for Tuesday’s racing.
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6.40 Southwell – Bellvarde (20/1)
Given how desperately unlucky she was two days ago, it’s very interesting that BELLEVARDE is turned out so quickly by Richard Price.
It’s been a long time between drinks, with her last victory coming at Nottingham in October 2019. She’s eight pounds below that mark at present and has placed on multiple occasions since that success.
She posted her best effort in a long while when sixth at Wolverhampton last time, bumped at the start and unable to poach a prominent position. That should have put pay to her chances, but she stuck on very well late and was denied a place after being forced to check.
That effort can be upgraded and she remains very dangerously treated on her best form. She has been turned out quickly in the past to good effect and this race is set to suit her.
Drawn well to attack, she’ll be able to poach a prominent position and if seven-pound claimer Tyler Heard can get her rolling early, she’s going to be a tough nut to crack.
7.40 Southwell – Amazon Princess (20/1)
She’s not the most consistent, but AMAZON PRINCESS holds excuses for her two most recent starts and remains unexposed after just seven career outings.
She got off the mark at Salisbury back in August, building on a second-place finish she gained at Chepstow on her prior start. On both occasions, she chased the leaders closely before staying on powerfully in the latter stages.
In two subsequent efforts, she’s been slowly away and has been unable to make an impact as a result. She’s been drawn in the box seat today, which helps matters, and the change of surface could also prompt further improvement.
She returns from another small break today, but she’s gone well fresh in the past and with Kieran O’Neill taking over in the saddle, she’s one to take very seriously at a big price.