There’s no signs of slowing down this week, after six meetings on Monday, we have another five to sift through on Tuesday! Beverley, Warwick, Listowel, Lingfield and Newcastle all provide action on another busy day of racing!
We’ll have horse racing tips for every single meeting on site now! Do you love backing the in-form trainers and the masters of certain tracks? This article is for you! We’ve delved through the trainer statistics for Tuesday, to bring you this week’s Trainer Treble!
Treble was best-price at the time of writing (6:15pm on Monday).
With a £24.12 level stakes profit at Lingfield in 2020, Richard Hannon‘s runners always need close attention. The Wiltshire based trained sends just one runner to the venue on Tuesday, with that being Win Win Power.
It’s very early days for this three-year-old, who has run just three times. He was making his return from an 183-day absence when third on handicap debut at Salisbury. He’s entitled to have needed that, and a return to the All-Weather should help matters.
He’s dropped a pound in the weights and remains unexposed for his top connections. With race fitness on his side, there is plenty to like about his chances.
If you want to make profit at Beverley in 2020, then you need to be following David O’Meara. From thirty-six runners, he’s had seven return to the winner’s enclosure. That 19% strike-rate has yielded a profit of £30.25 to level stakes and Markazi looks to continue a great year at the venue.
His recent form has certainly been disappointing, but he’s now fallen a pound below his last winning rating. Dropping back to Class 4 level will help matters and he went close off higher marks earlier in the campaign.
Off such a dangerous mark at this sort of level, he has to be given an excellent chance under Rossa Ryan.
Although on the face of it, a 15% strike-rate is not too impressive, Jonjo O’Neill is definitely the man to follow at Warwick. That 15% has provided a level stakes profit of £30.65 and he’s got a pair of great chances at the venue on Tuesday.
The biggest looks to be Young Wolf, who has run just twice over fences thus far after a progressive stint over timber. He was a chasing debut winner at Uttoxeter in July and built on that performance when a narrow second at Stratford earlier this month.
He’s gone up four pounds for that, but he remains well-treated on his hurdling form and there should be plenty more to come from this lightly-raced seven-year-old.