Owen’s Outsiders! 66/1, 50/1 and 25/1 Each Way Horse Racing Tips

Maksab winning at Lingfield 22/2/19

It’s a select day of racing on Monday, with three meetings to look forward to. Lingfield and Fakenham are the afternoon action, before Wolverhampton takes over for a twilight meeting.

We’ll have horse racing tips for all three meetings, including a NAP of the Day and Lucky 15 tips!

If you’re looking for some exotic prices, then look no further! I’ve picked out three horses with great chances at bigger prices, to bring you Owen’s Outsiders!


2.10 Lingfield – Komore (50/1)

A daughter of Australia, Komore has a useful pedigree and didn’t shape hopelessly on debut over seven furlongs last month. It was evident from a very early stage that she needed further, however, and she only got going when the race was over.

Stepping up to 1m 2f today should really help matters and will prompt plenty of further improvement. She comes from a smart family and there’s plenty of hope she can flourish with more time for Hugo Palmer.

She’s entitled to take a big step forward from that debut effort and with natural progression expected alongside improvement for stretching out in trip, she has an excellent each-way chance.


3.40 Lingfield – Bravo Faisal (66/1)

A dual winner for Richard Fahey, including a Class 2 success off nine pounds higher, Bravo Faisal went the wrong way for that yard in the summer months. Joining Adam West in November, he’s shaped better than the bare result in two starts for this stable.

Both of those efforts came over course and distance, staying on well in the closing stages but never close enough to threaten. He should be set a strong pace to aim at on this occasion, however, and he’s dropped three pounds in the ratings.

Unexposed over this trip after just two attempts, there should be more to come and he looks a huge price to sneak into the placings


4.50 Wolverhampton – Bahuta Acha (25/1)

Previously trained by David Loughnane, Bahuta Acha was a five-time winner for those connections. The most recent success came over course and distance back in September off just a two-pound lower rating.

His stable debut is best forgiven, as a drop back to five furlongs wouldn’t have suited him. Placing off a pound higher on a pair of occasions last winter, he’s more than capable off this type of rating if all the cards fall right.

Relatively unexposed on the All-Weather, both his successes on this surface have come over course and distance. With that opening effort under his belt, he’s an obvious contender under Tom Eaves.


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