Tuesday’s 106/1 Trainer Treble

Yarmouth Racecourse

There is plenty of racing to look forward to throughout Tuesday, with five meetings in the diary! Bangor, Catterick and Cork all host afternoon meetings before Yarmouth and Bellewstown take over for the twilight.

If you like to follow the statistics and trends, then this is the piece for you! We’ve gone through the cards on Tuesday to find the in-form trainers, and those who excel at certain tracks. Look no further than Tuesday’s Trainer Treble!

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12.30 Bangor – Coulonces (2/1)

Sending three horses to Bangor so far this season, Dr Richard Newland has come away with two winners. Targeting the venue has clearly worked for him in 2020 and Coulonces looks to have stand out claims in the second race on the card.

Originally trained in France on the flat, she’s run twice over hurdles since joining Newland. Well-held on debut, she stepped forward from that to finish second at Southwell. Pulling clear with the useful winner, dropping to two miles was clearly a great move.

This isn’t the strongest of contests and this progressive five-year-old has excellent claims of breaking her maiden with a similar performance.


4.35 Catterick – Redrosezorro (11/2)

With three of his last eight runners returning to the winner’s enclosure, it’s been a good period to follow Eric Alston. The Lancashire based trained has just one entry on Tuesday, with that being Redrosezorro.

He was rewarded for his consistency when scoring cozily over course and distance last time, finding a huge amount for pressure in the closing stages. He has to carry a five-pound penalty as a result, but this four-time course winner placed off today’s mark last August, so he’s still more than capable off his current rating.

Stepping up in grade is a small worry, but he’s deadly consistent and holds very strong claims with the ground ideal.


7.00 Yarmouth – Jeanette May

If you backed all four of William Stone’s runners at Yarmouth in 2020, you’d be in £41.00 profit to level stakes. He has a pair of runners on Tuesday, with Jeanette May being his biggest chance.

She’s won two of her three starts in 2020, including a course and distance success. A shade keen when bidding for a hat-trick at Kempton on her latest outing, a return to the turf should help matters.

She remains on a workable rating for a progressive four-year-old and the booking of Tom Marquand can only be a positive to her chances.

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