This jockey boasts a £64.50 profit at Tipperary this season and has 1 ride on Tuesday

Tipperary Racecourse

A lot of punters love to say that the “Stats don’t lie”, and it’s a statement that holds a lot of truth! The numbers and trends are a crucial part of attacking the markets and can lead to some healthy profits.

That was successfully shown yesterday by Water’s Edge. Highlighted in an article yesterday, he was unbeaten in a pair of C&D at Windsor and made it three yesterday, tipped up at a lovely 11/2!

We’ll have horse racing tips for all five of the meetings on Tuesday. Keep reading, however, to find the details on another chance to follow the statistics!

Profitable Season

It’s certainly been profitable to follow Conor McNamara at Tipperary this season. He’s ridden at the venue twelve times, netting a trio of winners along the way. Perhaps more crucially, that has yielded an enormous profit of £64.50 to level stakes!

He can currently claim a valuable five pounds off his mounts and he’s riding just one horse on Tuesday.

Jazz up your Tuesday

Jazz Ranger silk

Jazz Ranger

The horse that McNamara is riding is James Andrew Fahey’s Jazz Ranger. The eight-year-old gained a second win of his career at Tramore two starts ago, getting up by a head in a two-mile handicap.

He was raised five pounds for that success, running a fair race at Roscommon last time. Hampered four-out by a faller, he had to make his headway around the wide outside thereafter. Never-nearer at the finish, it suggested he was still on a workable rating.

The handicapper has dropped him a pound in the ratings since and this bigger field will really suit him. He’ll get a strong pace to aim at and should be making plenty of late gains towards the finish.

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