It’s a manic day of action on Wednesday, with no less than six meetings hosted on a non-stop mid-week feast. Gowran Park, Uttoxeter, Bath and Lingfield all host afternoon cards before Hexham and Wolverhampton take over for the evening.
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 Wednesday’s Outsiders!
3.50 Uttoxeter – On The Quiet (25/1)
Beaten less than a length in this grade back in November, On The Quiet has yet to replicate that form in 2020. There have been some positives, however, including a fair fifth at this venue two starts ago.
Her latest outing at Stratford was always going to be tough as she was pitched into a tougher grade, but she was sent off just 6/1. She’s two pounds below the mark when going close at Ffos Las and a repeat of that level of form, dropped in grade, would give her a strong chance.
5.35 Wolverhampton – Hammer Gun (33/1)
This is a much more realistic opportunity for Hammer Gun, who was put into Class 3 company on return at Newmarket. His turf form lags behind his All-Weather equivalent so a subsequent defeat at Catterick can be forgiven.
The last time he contested Class 5 company on the All-Weather, he was a winner at Southwell off three pounds lower. He also ran second in a higher grade at his beloved Southwell last October off two pounds higher.
He’d prefer being on the Fibresand, but he’s run well here in the past and has superb claims dropped to this level.
6.00 Hexham – A Ladies Milan (25/1)
He has a very inconsistent profile, but A Ladies Milan showed promise over hurdles and didn’t entirely disgrace himself on his chasing debut. On his first run since February, his jumping let him down and gave him no opportunity to play a role in the finish.
Placed between the flags in early 2019, he’s evidently capable of better in this sphere and he should step forward plenty from that effort. He’s now four pounds lower in the ratings and remains thoroughly unexposed.
The yard is among the winners and the best should be yet to come from this six-year-old.