Tuesday’s 188/1 Trainer Treble

Mark Johnston - Royal Ascot

York’s Ebor Festival is just around the corner, with the meeting providing four days of incredible racing. We’ll have horse racing tips for each day of the Festival, including the Juddemonte International and Ebor Handicap!

We’ll be focusing on trainers in this piece, as we lead into a week on the Knavesmire. Like to follow the in-form trainers or those who thrive at certain tracks? Look no further than Tuesday’s Trainer Treble!

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1.00 Beverley – Coley’s Koko

Nigel Tinkler is having a quite remarkable season at Beverley. He’s had four winners from a total of 26 runners, but perhaps more crucially, that equates to a jaw-dropping profit of £77 to level stakes. Coley’s Koko is his sole runner on Tuesday’s card, ridden by Rowan Scott, who himself has an £86 level stakes profit from four winners this year.

Coley’s Koko made her racecourse debut at Thirsk last month, finishing a promise fifth. She should have learned plenty from that introduction and is just the type to take a big step forward.

Bought for 70,000gns as a two-year-old, connections clearly think plenty of her and she didn’t go unbacked on debut. With that in mind, she has a big chance in an opening looking novice race.


3.45 Fontwell – Master Burbidge

Enjoying a highly profitable 2019-20 jump’s campaign at Fontwell, if you backed all 35 of Neil Mulholland‘s horses blind, you’d be in £32.60 profit. He runs a handful of horses at the venue on Tuesday, with Master Burbidge looking to have a great chance.

A highly consistent nine-year-old, he enjoyed a productive campaign over the winter on the All-Weather. He made his return over obstacles with a good third at Perth, just running out of road after making a late challenge.

He should be all the better for that effort, however, and he can race off the same rating. The in-form Sam Twiston-Davies takes over in the irons and he should be in with a big shout.


5.30pm Kempton – Monza City

It’s been highly profitable to follow Mark Johnston at Kempton this year. From 33 runners, he’s brought home a level stakes profit of £32.95 from eleven winners. He has just one runner on Tuesday’s card, with that being Monza City.

She’s yet to win in four starts but has run to a good standard, including a near miss in a Glorious Goodwood nursery. Dropped back to six furlongs on her latest start, she was a narrow third at Leicester. Racing wide perhaps didn’t help that day but nevertheless, it was a positive effort.

She remains unexposed after only a handful of starts and she’s likely to have the opportunity to dominate this field. With the potential to improve for the switch to the All-Weather, there is plenty to like about her chances.


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