Tuesday’s 2319/1 Trainer Treble

Newcastle Racecourse

Despite Lingfield being abandoned, we still have four meetings to look forward to on Tuesday! That includes Southwell, Limerick and Fakenham in the afternoon, before Newcastle stages a nine-race extravaganza!

We’ll have horse racing tips for all four meetings, including a NAP of the Day, Lucky 15 tips and an Each-Way Double! We’ll be focusing on the stats and trends surrounding the trainers in this piece.

We’ve delved into the trainer statistics for Tuesday, to bring you this week’s Trainer Treble! The treble is best-price at the time of writing (6:30pm on Monday).

1.33 Fakenham – Midnight Mary

In the last five seasons, Stuart Edmunds has sent thirty-two horses to Fakenham, with twelve of those returning winners. That incredible 38% strike-rate has yielded a £50.66 level stakes profit and Midnight Mary bids to be another of his big-priced winners.

She makes her hurdling debut after a pair of fair runs in bumpers, where she looked in desperate need of a stiffer test over obstacles. She may need further in time, but this field all lacks hurdling experience and today’s better surface is another potential positive. There’s plenty to like about her chances at a very tempting each-way price.

3.20 Southwell – Saline Bay

It’s been a productive year at Southwell for Karl Burke, who has sent fifty-one runners to the venue in 2020. Thirteen of those have returned winners, equating to a very handy 25% strike-rate. Combine that with a £24.20 level stakes profit and Saline Bay is worth an even bigger look on Tuesday.

She has run twice thus far, shaping with modest amounts of promise. Although at face value, she’s achieved very little, she now goes handicapping off a lowly looking rating. She’s well bred and is a half-sister to several useful winners including Magic Of Reality, so improvement is surely on the cards as she moves into handicaps.

Burke has his string running extremely well overall and there’s plenty to like about her chances as a result.

5.45 Newcastle – Budanova

Archie Watson has enjoyed a productive year at Newcastle, with twelve of 73 runners at the venue returning home winners. A £22.83 level stakes profit further cements his place on the list, with Budanova being his sole runner at the track on Tuesday.

She has run three times thus far, showing hints of ability in those novice attempts. Granted, she was well-held, but she’s bred to do far better now she goes handicapping. This opening mark is very lenient if she was to improve as expected.

Pierre-Louis Jamin removes five pounds off her back and progress can be expected from this filly now she sent down this route.

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