Friday, 8 December 2017

5:45 Chelmsford Racing Tips (8th December)

Chelmsford Racecourse Photo
CHELMSFORD 5.45
Zipedeedodah a possible front-runner from stall 2 and in my top 5 ratings, the apprentice booked is having their 1st ride for the stable.
Dundunah out in stall 10 and I'm not sure this surface suits it and it may struggle in this race and nothing positive in the trainer/jockey stats.
Berryessa could find itself squeezed out early in the race from stall 6, timewise not in my top 5 so may struggle to catch those ahead of it.
Bahamian Heights is in my top 5 and the only one that's not known as a pacesetter and with a bit of luck could get a good early position and benefit if they all go off too fast.
Yorkee Mo Sabee hasn't any form on this surface and it looks as though it needs a longer distance to show its best form so not for me here.
Penny Dreadful isn't in my top 5 and also looks as though a longer distance would suit it better, stall 8 isn't any help.
Swendab got a prime draw in stall 1 but this one can get lit up if taken on for the lead but is my 3rd top if doing its best.
Red Stripes the 4th possible pacesetter here in stall 7, it may need a degree of good fortune but could be in the mix at its best.
Mighty Zip another horse that may need further to show its true worth but it's outside my top 5 and could struggle in this race.
SUMMARY: Wow! On paper this like it will be a very fast run affair with 3 known front-runners in the field and all 3 of them are in my 4 top ratings. Red Stripes in stall 7 may struggle to get across and I'm not sure the jockey booking is a positive with a 0-5 record, Swendab may get taken on for the lead which can result in this one burning up its energy early on and then fading, ZIPEDEEDODAH 10/1 in stall 2 could challenge for the lead and could upset the horse on its inside with its tactics I just hope it doesn't go too fast for its own good but at the price its maybe worth an each way bet. The other possible winner could be BAHAMIAN HEIGHTS 7/2 who isn't a front-runner, it will need to get a good early position in stall 4 from which to attack later in the race and could be the one to benefit if the front-runners cut each other's throats but price-wise it's a bit on the low side but I thought 4/1-5/1 would be the best I could hope for so I will go with backing the 2 horses to cover the angles of a front-runner and a finishing type.



Bahamian Heights 7/2 1st
Zipedeedodah 10/1 5th

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

To me between zip+bahamian on speed figures the edge to zip

Jason Coote said...

Thanks for your comment.