The new week starts strong, with five meetings to sink out teeth into. Southwell, Lingfield and Pontefract host the afternoon action, before Windsor and Musselburgh take over in the evening. We’ll have horse racing tips for all five, including a NAP of the Day and accumulator tips.
Musselburgh hosts an exciting seven-race card and the partnership of Jim Goldie and Paul Mulrennan team up with four horses. They’ve had a strong spell of late and enjoyed three winners from the last six horses they’ve teamed up for. That compliments a great recent strike-rate for Goldie, who has won with five of his last 17 runners.
Three of their chances on Monday look to have very strong chances and form into an 259-1 accumulator. You can find all the details below!
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She’s on a long losing sequence, but Oriental Lilly is currently eleven pounds below her last winning rating. She gained that victory at Ayr last July and she hasn’t been disgraced in two recent starts at that venue.
She didn’t get much of a pace to aim at on either occasion and a strongly-run seven furlongs should suit her perfectly. The firmer conditions are another positive to her chances and if she can build on her recent fair runs, she’s on a mark she can certainly capitalise on.
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Musselburgh is a very happy hunting ground for Primo’s Comet, who is a triple course and distance winner. Overall, his record at the venue stands at 71621273015, so he’s always a horse to pay close attention to at Musselburgh.
He gained the most recent of his wins two starts ago and his next start over course and distance is best ignored, as he stumbled out of the stalls and was never able to feature as a result. A mark of 69 is more than achievable on his best form and with a stronger pace to aim at on this occasion, he looks sure to go close.
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Another in the colours of Johnnie Delta Racing, Sarvi is a useful dual purpose performer, winning over hurdles at Musselburgh back in December. His most recent flat start came back at Musselburgh back in May, finishing second to a rival who was allowed to dictate her own terms.
Given that she was held up, that effort can be upgraded and she’s able to race off the same mark today. She only has the three rivals to aim at once again, but Let Me Be and Silver Shade are both likely to push a fair gallop. Sarvi won’t want any part of that, and will look to pounce late under Mulrennan.
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