With six meetings to look forward to on Tuesday, it’s another big day of mid-week action. Yarmouth, Exeter, Fairyhouse, Tipperary and Newcastle all host afternoon action before Kempton 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? 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).
2.35 Yarmouth – Mistress Nellie (8/1)
William Stone has been the man of the year at Yarmouth, boasting an enormous profit of £41 to level stakes. That is thanks to a 44% strike-rate from nine runners and he sends just one to the venue on Tuesday.
That horse is Mistress Nellie, who helped Hollie Doyle to that incredible five-timer at Yarmouth two starts ago. She was below that form at Lingfield since, but that run came under a different jockey. Doyle, who has ridden her to two successes, is back on board today.
She remains on a workable mark on her best form and her Yarmouth record includes a pair of narrow seconds. It’s very easy to be positive about her claims.
4.30 Exeter – Left Unattended (5/1)
Murty McGrath has sent a pair of runners to Exeter this season, with both returning to the winner’s enclosure. That has equated to a profit of £16.80 to level stakes and there’s plenty to like about the chances of Left Unattended in the concluding bumper on Tuesday.
He’s one of just three runners in the field with experience, finishing sixth at Huntingdon three weeks ago. He was a shade keen that day and was hampered at a crucial stage, but still posted a very promising effort.
He retains the services of the in-form Joshua Moore and if building on that debut effort, he’s got a strong chance of breaking his duck.
5.40 Newcastle – Slowmo (8/1)
Antony Brittain is having a fine run of things in recent weeks. The North Yorkshire based trainer has sent out nineteen runners in the past two weeks, with seven returning to the winner’s enclosure.
Slowmo has an excellent chance of enhancing that record on Tuesday, placing on two of his last three starts. One of those came over course and distance and he holds excuses for a recent course defeat, where he missed the break.
Harry Russell also retains the ride and takes a useful five pounds off his back. He’s on a workable mark if everything clicks at a venue where he’s previously being successful, he’s got an excellent chance.