Tuesday’s 263/1 Trainer Treble

Nigel Twiston-Davies

There’s plenty of racing to look forward to on Tuesday, with a pair of meetings in both the afternoon and evening. Beverley and Catterick get the day off to a great start, before Lingfield and Southwell bookend the day with some All-Weather action.

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 6:30pm on Monday.

5.35 Beverley – The Trendy Man

David O’Meara has an outstanding record at Beverley, with the trainer recording an 18% strike-rate from 239 runners and a level-stakes profit of £48.95. One of his best chances on Tuesday at the venue is The Trendy Man, ridden by Shane Grey.

He got off the mark at the tenth attempt on his latest start over course and distance, causing a 33/1 shock. He’s not going to be that price today, but that was a promising effort and he looks to have turned the corner. He sports first-time blinkers today and up just two pounds, he has a great chance of doubling up.

6.30 Southwell – Leroy Brown

Nigel Twiston-Davies has had a red-hot start to the summer jump’s program at Southwell. Both the runners he’s sent to the venue have returned to the winner’s enclosure. If you backed both, you’d be in £12.50 profit to level stakes. He has two runners at the venue on Tuesday, with Leroy Brown a tempting price to enhance his Southwell record.

He’s run to a very good standard without winning in three career starts, returning after the lockdown with a close second at Uttoxeter. He was only narrowly denied and should come on plenty for the run. With that race fitness under his belt, he has an excellent chance of breaking his maiden.

6.45 Lingfield – French Polish

Roger Charlton’s string is on a roll at present, with eight of his last twenty-six winners ending up in the winner’s enclosure. He has just runner sent from his Beckhampton base on Tuesday and it’s the Tom Marquand ridden French Polish.

She’s been absent since November, where she ran a full of promise on debut for William Haggas. Changing hands subsequently, she makes her seasonal/stable debut for a yard in superb form. She steps up in distance, which is a massive positive based on her strong-finishing debut effort over the mile. Given her standout pedigree, the best should be yet to come from this daughter of New Approach.

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