Tuesday’s 56/1 Trainer Treble

Scrupuleux beats Dark Invander by a short head in the 2m Novice Handicap Chase Worcester 11/6/18

Just five days to go until the final classic of the season with Doncaster’s St. Leger the showpiece of a high-class week’s racing from the Yorkshire track, as well as two days of premium Irish racing on Champions’ Weekend from the Curragh and Leopardstown.

In anticipation of the weekend, here’s a 56/1 Tuesday Trainer Treble, with runners from Leicester, Worcester and Catterick, for which which we have selections available with our Horse Racing Tips, and at Listowel and Kelso also.

14.50 Leicester Warning Shot

Saeed bin Suroor has had six winners over the past fortnight, continuing his fine run of form that has seen him operate at over 20% this season. He sends his Exceed And Excel colt Warning Shot to Leicester today for his debut, a venue at which only six of his sixteen runners over the past year have missed out on the frame, five of which have won.

Out of a two-time winning mare who is closely related to a dual Group Three winner, he will be ridden by Jason Watson on debut, who has just one mount at the track tomorrow. Having ridden ten winners over the past fortnight, and three at this track this season, he’ll no doubt be full of confidence.

With the jockey flying and the bin Suroor stable having had a debut winner on Friday, there is every reason to believe that the un-raced colt can take this seven furlong novice.

15.40 Worcester Sunset Showdown

The Rebecca Curtis stable, whose sole winner over the past fortnight won, send Sunset Showdown to Worcester for his handicap debut, running over the same course and distance over which he scored a month ago at odds of 4/9F.

Whilst their six-year-old hurdler landed rather prohibitive odds on that occasion, the stable is no stranger to big price success at the venue, with their eleven winners from forty two runners over the past five years returning a £41.50 profit to level stakes.

A dual novice winner, he graduates to handicap company today from a mark of 130, a rating that could prove lenient in time given his progressive form. Having beaten one now rated 132 at Ffos Las back in June, only finding one who has since completed a four timer too good subsequently, and defying a penalty last time out, he looks more than ready for the switch.

16.00 Catterick Burtonwood

Despite training in the same county as Catterick, Julie Camacho has sent just seventeen runners to the North Yorkshire venue over the past five years, with five of these landing the spoils and another four hitting the frame.

With two winners in the past fortnight and three placings, her yard are ticking along nicely and have a great chance of further success with their seven-year-old Burtonwood. He has placed in his last three starts over five furlongs, including behind a subsequent winner last time on good-to-firm.

He shapes as if he’s been crying out for a return to six furlongs, over which five of his eight successes have come. Up in distance and now three pounds below his last winning mark, a huge ran has to be anticipated under Graham Lee, who rode two winners at the venue in August.

The treble can be backed at 56/1, best price at time of writing.

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