Tuesday’s 525/1 Trainer Treble

Exeter Racecourse

We have five meetings to look forward too on a frantic day of racing on Tuesday! Redcar, Fairyhouse, Exeter and Southwell host the afternoon action, before Newcastle takes over in the evening.

We’ll have horse racing tips for each 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? If that’s you, then it’s wise to keep reading!

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 (6:45pm on Monday).

2.25 Exeter – Glen Forsa (8/1)

Mick Channon‘s string have been in super form in recent weeks. The Berkshire based trainer can boast of a 31% strike-rate from his last seventeen runners and he fields our Tuesday NAP of the DayGlen Forsa.

He’s endured a stop-start career of late, ending 2019 with a pair of non-completions after a dominant Grade 2 success that proceeded them. He’s been absent since November 2019, where he finished third in a competitive Newbury handicap off four pounds lower.

Incredibly lightly-raced for his age, further improvement should be forthcoming and he goes extremely well fresh. With conditions also to suit, he’s a difficult horse to oppose.

3.25 Exeter – Orchardstown Cross (8/1)

Sending a pair of runners to Exeter this season, Jeremy Scott both horses returned to the winner’s enclosure. If you backed both, you’d be in a level stakes profit of £10! His best chance at the venue on Tuesday is Orchardstown Cross, who makes his seasonal return.

He returned in this race twelve months ago, winning at odds of 5/1 on seasonal return. History repeats itself twelve months on, though he arrives this time off a seven-pound higher rating. He ended last term in disappointing fashion, last seen pulling-up at Haydock in December.

He’s likely best caught fresh, however, and he remains lightly-raced over fences, so further improvement couldn’t be discounted.

4.45 Newcastle – Hiroshi (13/2)

If you’ve wanted to make profit at Newcastle in 2020, then Archie Watson has been the trainer to follow. He’s sent twenty-five runners to the venue in 2020, with nine of them returning to the winner’s enclosure. That 36% strike-rate has yielded a £26.83 profit to level stakes and Hiroshi is his sole runner on Tuesday.

He’s shown ability in three opening runs for the trainer, making his nursery debut today with Luke Morris on board. He’s on an attractive looking rating to start his handicap career and further improvement should be forthcoming in this easier contest.

Shaping better than the bare results thus far, there’s plenty to like about his chances for a trainer who has farmed the venue in 2020.

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