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WINNER - WINNER - WINNER - LATEST WINNER - DOCTOR SARDONICAS 16/1 1ST + WASEEM FARIS 16/1 1ST

Tuesday, 10 June 2014

2:50 Beverley Racing Tip (11th June) FOLLOW US ON TWITTER @RACEHORSETRADER HANDICAP (Div I) (CLASS 6) (3yo+ 0-65)

This race could become tactical as there's only Sir Geoffrey who has been known to try and lead from the front before but he does usually sit just off the pace and finish strongly. If the going improves, it says good to soft and good in places but if it does become at least good I, would suggest a small each way bet on PAVERS STAR 16/1. It usually tracks the pace and hopefully will finish strongly enough for at least a place.

3:20 Beverley - Four possible known leaders in the field: Pull The Pin and Chocamoca, who I doubt will be quite fast enough to get to the front, Mr Mo Jo, who could possibly lead and is my third top rated. Another possible leader is DECISION BY ONE 16/1. It hasn't had its ideal conditions for some time now and it looks like its best form has been forgotten but if it bounces back to form - if the going improves it might be worth risking a small each way bet at those odds.

4:00 Yarmouth - There are five horses in this race that have been known to lead: Fast Finian,  Jiroft, Trucanini & Little Shambles but I doubt these four will be quick enough to lead. The other known pacesetter, Dubawi Sound, is my second top rated so could be hard to pass but also with so many front runners it could set the race up for a finishing type and MISSION APPROVED 7/1 fits that bill and as long as it gets a clear run when trying to improve should be involved in the finish.

SUMMARY: Check the going before betting at Beverley. If good ground or better then a small each way bet on PAVERS STAR 16/1. 3:20 Beverley - Again a small each way bet on DECISION BY ONE 16/1. 4:00 Yarmouth - A bet on MISSION APPROVED 7/1. It's perhaps just about a big enough price to do each way. There are three other sprints but the two at Hamilton I will leave alone because of the going and the other sprint at Yarmouth is so poor I can't suggest anything .

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