There’s plenty of racing to look forward to on Friday, with eight meetings taking place across Britain and Ireland. We’ve picked out five horses running at Market Rasen, Haydock and Bath with huge chances and combined them into an even bigger accumulator. When combined, they form a monster 553-1 mega accumulator and it could be absolutely huge if it lands. Check out our free tips page for daily content across British and Irish racing.
King Alexander (11-4, William Hill) is progressing nicely over hurdles for Nicky Henderson and has won his last two starts. It was an impressive performance at Ffos Las last time out and the return to handicap company shouldn’t pose a problem. Clearly going the right way, there should be plenty more to come and another victory should be on the cards.
Gentleman Valley (5-2, William Hill) returned to the winners’ enclosure at Warwick last time out. He just about lasted home over 3m1f and the 2m7f trip here should suit. The handicapper responded with a 3lb rise but it would be disappointing if he doesn’t go close here.
Lil Guff (9-4, William Hill) was third behind Glamorous Breeze at Windsor last time out and is up against that same rival here. Daniel & Clare Kubler’s charge is 5lb better off this time around and that should be more than enough to reverse the form.
Peony (10-3, William Hill) got off the mark in a Wolverhampton maiden last month and makes her handicap debut here. This opening mark of 77 looks pretty reasonable and there should be plenty of improvement to come from this filly, who is on an upward curve.
Fox Vision (2-1, William Hill) Has been thereabouts in each of his four starts so far, despite still being a maiden. The switch to handicaps should suit and his opening mark looks more than fair. Roger Varian’s gelding bumped into an impressive winner, when second at Ripon last time and he should be getting his head in front sooner rather than later.
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