Owen’s Outsiders! 28/1 and 22/1 Each Way Horse Racing Tips

Fairyhouse Racecourse

The week gets started with a bang on Monday, with six meetings crammed into a manic day! Warwick, Leicester, Listowel, Hamilton, Fairyhouse and Wolverhampton all host action to combat those Monday blues.

We’ll have horse racing tips for all the action! If you’re looking for some adventurous prices, I’ve gone hunting for some big catches and can present to you Monday’s Outsiders!

3.15 Warwick – Roseriver Has (28/1)

He’s certainly not the most reliable, but ROSERIVER HAS is more than capable of playing a role at his best. He’s run just twice since joining this yard, a maiden winner in Ireland for Noel Meade last September.

That success came after a 285-day absence, so arriving to this race fresh is more of a positive than a negative to his chances. He’s faced some tough tasks since joining this team and has fallen down the weights as a result.

Stepping back up to 2m 5f will help matters and this is the lowest level he’s contested for this yard. Jack Tudor removes a useful five pounds and if able to build on his prior runs for this yard, he’s got a good chance at an appealing each-way price.

3.20 Fairyhouse – Miss Oria (28/1)

There should be plenty more to come from Edward Harty’s Miss Oria, given her price-tag and pedigree. A half-sister to seven winners, she built on a modest debut when a promising seventh at Cork last time.

She missed the break and still looked inexperience throughout, but she hit the line strongly to finish a never-nearer eighth. She needs another sizeable step forward, but she looks just the type to keep improving for further experience.

A drop back to seven furlongs may help matters and she should get the strong pace she seemingly needs. Knowing more today, if she can break on terms, better can certainly be expected.

6.00 Wolverhampton – Terri Rules (22/1)

Wolverhampton (AW)
Terri Rules silk

Terri Rules

Currently six pounds below her last winning rating, there deserves to be a change of fortune for Terri Rules. She’s been running well without reward since joining Laura Mongan, including a near miss over five furlongs here back in August.

She was hampered at the start and then short of room in a luckless run at Kempton last time, dropped two pounds by the handicapper. She’s clearly on a dangerous mark and she’s run well at Wolverhampton on plenty of occasions.

She should get a strong pace to aim at and it would be disappointing if she was unable to land a blow at such a lowly level.

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