We’ll have horse racing tips for every meeting, but we’ll be focusing on trainers in this piece. Like to follow the in-form trainers or those who thrive at certain tracks? Look no further than Tuesday’s Trainer Treble!
Prices are correct as of 5:45pm on Monday.
2.10 Wolverhampton – Arqoob (5/1)
It’s been a very strong period for Marcus Tregoning, with three of his last seven runners returning to the winner’s enclosure. With 71% of them placing, it’s rare to see a Tregoning runner out of the frame and Arqoob looks to continue his success with a winner at Wolverhampton.
Costing a whopping 120,000gns as a yearling, he’s a son of Estidhkhaar and is a half-brother to Chimney Rock. Although a quick glance would suggest he’ll be better suited by further, there is plenty of speed on his dam’s side. She was a winner over six furlongs and a half-sister to a Group 3 winner over the mile.
Those with experience don’t see the most daunting of standards and although he will likely step forward when sent over a furlong or two further, he’s not sure of speed on paper. Connections clearly think plenty of him judging by his price-tag and there is plenty of hope for a big run.
4.55 Haydock – Evening Spirit (6/1)
Ralph Beckett’s enjoyed a huge amount of success at Haydock in 2020. He currently holds a 42% strike-rate from nineteen runners and if you’d have backed them all blind, you’d be in £23.87 profit to level stakes. He has just one runner at the venue on Tuesday, with that being Evening Spirit.
She has run just the four times thus far, placing on two occasions as a juvenile. Having her first run since November, she didn’t disgrace herself on handicap debut when not enjoying the clearest of runs. To her credit, she hit the line strongly and should have stepped forward plenty from that effort.
She’s a pound lower in the handicap and there can be plenty of hope that she’ll have more to offer after just a handful of starts.
6.55 Lingfield – Alnaseem (4/1)
With three of his last six runners returning to the winner’s enclosure, James Ferguson is having a superb time of things in recent weeks. He has just the one runner at Lingfield on Tuesday, with that being Alnaseem.
She’s had just the three runs for Ferguson, finishing a head second on her stable debut at Windsor. She made amends just two weeks later, scoring cozily at Yarmouth off three pounds lower. Stepping up to Class 3 level, she acquitted herself well to finish fourth at Ascot.
Dropping back into Class 4 grade will help matters and she makes her All-Weather debut. That could eke out further improvement and if it does, this mark will be no barrier to success.