Thursday, 16 November 2017

1:45 Southwell Racing Tips (16th November)

Winning Racing Tips
SOUTHWELL 1.45
Dungannon - not in my top 4 ratings and with a jockey record of 0-17 puts me off.
Bosham - front-running type but not sure this surface will suit it.
Arzaak a 3yo who’s trainer has a 20% win rate but the jockey is 1-26 so not for me.
Midnight Malibu - jockey record 0-24 and may not take to this surface.
RAZIN HELL - my top rated and ok stats and could try to lead all the way here.
Piazon - my 4th best but jockey 0-13 whilst decent 19% win rate for the trainer.
Mujassam - may prefer a longer trip than this to show its best so not for me.
Musharrif - not in my top 4, the trainer has 21% win ratio but the jockey is 0-10.
Aleef - another possible front-runner but not shown much so far but could be dangerous.
Alpha Tauri - may prefer further and not in my top 4 ratings.
Zapper Class - may need a longer trip to show its worth.
Gnaad - outside my top 4 but could run a decent race here.
Treaty Of Rome - 3rd top rated but this class usually finds it out but could make the frame.
Crosse Fire - is capable of making the frame off this lightweight but doubtful it can win.
SUMMARY: At first glance this race looked quite hard but being on a straight course negates any advantage of the draw, theres 3 known front running types in this race, Aleef who could be a possible danger but im not sure as it's not been in form lately, Bosham who might not like this surface so not sure it can lead all the way here, the other possible front runner is my top rated RAZIN HELL 12/1 and from stall 8 it can cover any advantage of one side of the draw or the other and if getting the lead it could prove hard to catch for most these if it reproduces its best time and the price permits me to go with an each-way investment in the race.

Razin Hell 12/1 4th

2 comments:

Graham Parker said...

Loads of front runners I'd suggest treaty of rome to go very well

Jason Coote said...

Hi Graham,

Thanks for your comment. Always good to get your opinion.

Much appreciated,
Jason