Tuesday’s 34/1 Trainer Treble!

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On to more cheery matters. Here’s three eye-catching runners from Tuesday’s action from in-form yards which forms a 34/1 treble. Be sure to also check out our tips and analysis as well as our Free Bets.

Getaway Gorgeous

2.05 Wexford

There’s few tracks at which Willie Mullins hasn’t enjoyed plenty of success. Wexford is no exception, with the venue seeing him record ten winners from just twenty seven mounts in the 2018-19 season. Rather surprisingly, given the usual popularity of his runners, that was at a profit of £7.32 to a £1 level stake.

One who can enhance his impressive course record is GETAWAY GORGEOUS, who has suffered narrow defeats in both hurdling starts. A useful bumper horse, she was unlucky not to make a perfect start to life over hurdles at Clonmel in January when suffering late interference.

She then had the misfortune of bumping into a fairly useful hurdling recruit a month later, denied by a head by a Listed bumper winner. There’s nothing of that quality in this two-miles maiden hurdle for mares, and her rider Paul Townend will be full of confidence after the Cheltenham festival.

McGarry

3.45 Wetherby

Philip Kirby enjoyed plenty of success at his local track Wetherby last term. He saddled eleven winners at the track with a remarkable £50.50 profit. As a result of last year’s success, MCAGRRY is worth chancing.

Things haven’t gone to plan for the six-year-old in both starts for Kirby. Possible excuses can be found for both runs though, with the extremes of good and heavy ground not helping the gelding. He’s back on soft ground on which he ran a cracker in December on his latest start for Henry Oliver.

The son of Mahler was beaten just seven lengths by one now rated 126 there. A mark of 107 as he switches to handicap company looks more than workable as a result. In what is a very puzzling two-miles contest, Philip Kirby’s charge could prove good enough.

Tactical Manoeuvre

4.00 Taunton

The Somerset based Jeremy Scott yard had five winners from just twenty runners at Taunton last term. They’ve continued in similarly good heart at the track this season, with TACTICAL MANOEUVRE scoring twice in 2020.

Those two wins have formed part of a winter three-timer for the nine-year-old. He defied a mark off 83 at Exeter in December before two wins at taunton from ratings in the 90s. The gelding now has to contend with a rating of 100, raised four pounds for his latest success.

That doesn’t appear excessive though, and his rider Rex Dingle is able to use his three pound claim again today. A winner at Cheltenham has done wonders for the conditional’s confidence, with four subsequent rides yielding figures of 1214. His charge has strong claims as a result of his current form as well as his trainer’s statistics at Taunton.

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