Jockey with 60% return at Fontwell this season has 25-1 & 16-1 Tuesday rides 🐎 🐎

Fontwell Racecourse

Tuesday’s racing comes from four venues, as the week continues to ramp up towards another meeting at Cheltenham. Uttoxeter, Fontwell and Tramore are the afternoon cards, before Southwell hosts it’s first action on the new Tapeta surface. We’ll have horse racing tips for all four, including an accumulator!

One jockey in superb form at present is Jordan Nailor, who has won of six of last 21 rides. He also has a strong record at Fontwell, where he’s won on three of his five rides at the venue in 2021. He has two big-priced chances on Tuesday and they’re at prices of 25-1 and 16-1! Find all the details and analysis below.

12.20 Fontwell – Casumo Bet 10 Get 20 Juvenile Hurdle

The first of his rides is Beat The Storm, who raced eight times on the flat for the William Knight stable. He was rated 56 in that sphere, failing to score but going close on multiple occasions, including being disqualified from first at Yarmouth in June. He made his stable/hurdling debut on the back of wind surgery and ultimately pulled his chance away, finishing last of eight.

That wasn’t as bad as the bare result suggests, however, and he should improve plenty for the experience. He’s now fitted with both the hood and tongue-tie combination, which should help in terms of settling him. It’s still very early days and any market support should be noted as he makes his second hurdling start in a modest contest.

3.20 Fontwell – John And Maryanne Birch Memorial Handicap Hurdle

Perhaps the most interesting of his rides is Cold Shoulder, who has been trained by multiple yards in his career thus far. Both of his wins came with Gordon Elliott, where he landed a pair of handicap hurdles at Bangor and Ayr. The latter came off a rating of 106, so his current rating of 85 makes him extremely well-treated.

That being said, there’s good reason as to why he’s rated so lowly now, as his recent form has been very disappointing. He was well-backed for his stable debut for Dan Skelton last time but was pulled up, now joining his sixth stable in hopes of success. Any market support would be very interesting, especially in a race that won’t take too much winning.

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