Owen’s Outsiders! 33/1 and 25/1 Each Way Horse Racing Tips

Irish racing gets the go-ahead to resume

We may have lost Hamilton to the elements, but we still have five superb cards to look forward to on Friday! Fontwell, Goodwood, Curragh, Down Royal and Newmarket all host action through the afternoon and into the evening!

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

12.00 Fontwell – Manjaam (25/1)

Rated 96 at his peak on the flat, Manjaam was a useful stayer and should make into a good hurdler with further experience. Two miles was likely inadequate on his hurdling debut at Southwell, where he travelled well for a long way before becoming outpaced in the straight.

Stepping up to 2m 3f should suit on that evidence and he gets the new headgear combination today. He has his ground conditions and the booking of James Bowen can only be a positive. It’s still very early days for him and the best should be firmly yet to come, so expect to see a much improved showing here from his debut effort.

1.20 Goodwood – Mamillius (25/1)

Beaten a head at Lingfield back in January, Mamillius hasn’t been entirely disgraced in three starts since returning from the lockdown. He went close off the layoff back at Lingfield, beaten just two lengths off three pounds higher. His last success was gained at Brighton off the same mark as his Lingfield close calls.

Little went right for him at Newbury on his latest outing and he remains on a dangerous and exploitable rating. This race should be set up to suit and this track will also play to his strengths. Sat on a career-low rating, this seven-year-old can make his presence felt if building on recent promise.

3.40 Curragh – Atlas (33/1)

He may be three pounds out of the handicap, but this is the sort of race Atlas will thrive in. He broke a losing sequence when scoring at Leopardstown in July and has remained in good form since. Beaten a head at Galway, he had too much to do when fourth at Leopardstown on his latest outing.

He will relish a strongly-run mile and carries a featherweight in this top-class handicap. He’ll need some luck in running, but if getting the splits, few will be staying on quite as strongly as him in the closing stages.

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