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Monday 6 June 2022

8:25 Chelmsford Racing Tips (7th June)


CAZEVA PRINCESS hasn't any distance form to its name on the All-Weather tracks while its best from turf would make it my second top rated but whether it can reproduce this here I don't know but it could possibly make the frame as it could be the one to set the pace to the race.

IRISH TIMES usually tracks the leaders and then runs on at the finish and comes out top on my own unique figures and can get a good tow in the make-up of this race.

IVAN DRAGO is making its handicap debut after three runs where it has shown nothing worthwhile and i expect it to be an outsider.

JUMIRA BRIDGE is the eldest horse in the race and on just All-Weather ratings its my second top rated so could go well and might be worth an each way wager. 

RAINBOW SIGN hasn't any course and distance form but its two runs at Kempton over this distance were quite poor so if a single figure price I would add it to my lay list. 

REAL ESTATE hasn't shown anything of note in its recent runs and distance wise it might be a better prospect when racing over a longer distance. 

BAILEY BLING a 3yo who hasn't shown anything worthwhile in its runs to date and races as though it would be better when dropped down in distance.

THECOLOUROFMAGIC this 3yo is making its handicap debut but the three runs have shown nothing worthwhile and I expect it will be an outsider. 

URBAN ROAD a 3yo who is still a maiden after ten races and has only made the frame once and races as though further will suit it better so maybe one to lay.

SUMMARY: This is a poor class six claiming stakes race where they all carry the same weight except the 3yo’s who get an eight pound age allowance but all three three year olds in this race look quite poor and I will be shocked if any of them win this race, in fact I have negatives against six of the nine runners, I couldn't back or lay Cazeva Princess mainly because its the only known front running type in the race and with an uncontested lead could go well, Jumira Bridge could also go well as long as the early pace isn't a really fast one as then it can struggle to stay the distance, so my money will be riding on IRISH TIMES 7/1 who likes to track the leader/s and then pick them up nearing the finish and being drawn in the stall next to the likely pacesetter it could get a good tow into the race and then prove the stronger nearing the finish.

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