Owen’s Outsiders: Tuesday All-Weather Lucky 15 could return £22,767

Southwell Racecourse

After a bumper day of racing on Monday, the week doesn’t slow down on Tuesday! We have another seven meetings to sink out teeth into, with Lingfield, Ayr, Gowran Park, Fakenham, Ballinrobe, Southwell and Wolverhampton all on the agenda.

We’ll have horse racing tips for all the meetings, including a NAP of the Day and Accumulator tips. I’ll be focusing on the All-Weather action in the evening, however, hunting for four big-priced selections. A 50p stake on my All-Weather Lucky 15 could return £22,767, best of luck if you choose to have a punt!


6.50 Southwell – Allenby (12-1)

Previously trained by Philip Hobbs, Allenby was given some very tough tasks by that yard. Bumping into both Soaring Glory and Bravemansgame in his opening hurdling starts, he left that stable after a heavy defeat at Taunton in December.

Handicaps should be the making of him, however, and a mark of 105 is far from harsh based on a fair fourth behind Soaring Glory on hurdling debut. Hooded by Mel Rowley for his handicap debut, he’s a very interesting contender at prohibitive odds.


7.50 Southwell – Classic Ruler (14-1)

He’s yet to show more than modest ability over hurdles, but this is a much easier level for Classic Ruler. Caroline Bailey’s seven-year-old was well beaten in three novice events earlier this year, but handicapping, especially at this modest level, should see him in a much better light.

An opening mark of 93 does demand a step forward, but stepping up in distance could be the catalyst for just that. Having won a point impressively back in 2019, this trip can surely prompt more from him and if it does, this rating won’t be a barrier to success.


8.00 Wolverhampton – Ghazaaly (14-1)

Costing 260,000gns as a yearling, Ghazaaly is a well-bred daughter of Kodiac. She’s a half-sister to group-placed Flighty Lady and was far too green to show her course debut over six furlongs.  She’s been given time to mature over the winter and returns over seven furlongs, which she’s bred to suit.

She does need to take a big step forward, but that’s more than likely given how clueless she looked on debut. Owen Burrows has several good chances on Tuesday and at a bigger price, she’s a filly of big interest for the placings.


8.30 Wolverhampton – Nezar (14-1)

He’s far from consistent and it’s been a long time between drinks, but two recent run from Nezar have suggested he’s finally found his level. In a race where you needed to be prominent, he ran extremely well against that pace bias to finish a close-up fourth. The handicapper still dropped him a pound subsequently and he was never able to find a gap when down the field here last time.

That run is best ignored and the prior one is the effort to focus on. He’s currently eleven pounds below his last winning rating and Dean Ivory has scored with two of his last six horses. With a true gallop to aim at under Callum Shepherd, he should be blasting home late.


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