We’ll have horse racing tips for every single meeting on site! Do you love backing the trainers on the hot list, or sifting through to find those with great records at certain tracks? Then this article is for you!
We’ve delved through the trainer statistics for Tuesday, to bring you this week’s Trainer Treble! Treble is best-price at the time of writing (6:15pm on Monday).
3.15 Ayr – Flying Pursuit
Tim Easterby is having a fantastic year at Ayr, with seven winners from forty-seven runners. That 17% strike-rate equates to a level-stakes profit of £39.33 and he has several strong chances at the venue on Tuesday.
The one who makes the most appeal is Flying Pursuit, who deserves to break his losing sequence. He’s run some fantastic races in 2019 and 2020 without reward, including a recent fifth in the Ayr Bronze Cup. Now a pound lower than that rating, he’s thirteen pounds below his last winning mark.
He’s ground versatile, so the firmer conditions will pose no problem for him. Today’s smaller field should help matters and all facts point towards another big run from this seven-year-old.
3.40 Punchestown – Curlew Hill
It will be no surprise, to hear that Gordon Elliott is very profitable to follow at Punchestown. From fourteen runners this season, he’s had four winners, equating to a level-stakes profit of £29.12.
Curlew Hill has a huge chance of enhancing his reputation today for the County Meath trainer. He was a very smart bumper horse and although he was defeated on hurdling debut, he made amends with a dominant success at Kilbeggan.
Further improvement should just around the corner from this promising five-year-old. He’s with the right connections to continue thriving and this can be another step in the right direction against some useful opponents.
6.40 Wolverhampton – Lover’s Moon
It’s been a very successful few weeks for Suffolk based trainer Hugo Palmer. He’s sent out twenty-nine runners, with ten returning to the winner’s enclosure. That 34% strike-rate includes a pair of winners on Saturday and Lover’s Moon has above-average claims at Wolverhampton.
She’s posted four promising runs thus far, all in maiden and novice company. She makes her handicap debut off an attractive looking rating and Palmer reaches for the first-time visor. That should prompt further progress from this steadily improving filly.
The equally in-form James Doyle takes the ride and if building on all the promise she’s displayed thus far, she’s going to be tough to stop.