Leading racing advisor Andrew Mount is a contributor to the Racing Post, Racing Post Weekender, Racing & Football Outlook and the GG.co.uk website. He is also a regular pundit on William Hill Racing Radio. Andrew’s stats-based approach to betting did this column a good turn again on Monday and he has more punting angles for Tuesday’s horse racing cards.
Andrew found 15-2 Wolverhampton winner INEXPLICABLE on Monday and he has four horse racing selections on Tuesday November 2nd:
BRIEF TIMES (system – Ffos Las bumper winners next time out)
BRIEF TIMES won a national hunt flat race at Ffos Las in the spring on his debut for Neil Mulholland and form from that venue is often underrated. Had we bet all Ffos Las bumper winners on their next start we would have won 42 of our 127 bets (33.1% strike-rate) and made a profit of £38.59 to a £1 level stake at SP. He travelled strongly that day and could have more to offer now switching to hurdles for the first time.
DAVITT ROAD GLORY (system – Dr Richard Newland stable switchers, handicap hurdles only)
DAVITT ROAD GLORY showed promise in maiden hurdle company in Ireland in the spring, finishing a 40-1 fourth of 16 at Punchestown before filling the same position at Wexford. She’s joined Dr Richard Newland who has a great record at the first time of asking with his new recruits, especially when they make their stable debut in a handicap hurdle. He’s scored with 26 of the 85 qualifiers (30.6% strike-rate) in such races for a profit of £28.46 to a £1 level stake at SP.
GAOT (systems- Harry Fry at Exeter & Owner J P McManus with low-grade handicappers in Britain)
Backing Harry Fry-trained runners at Exeter is a simple but effective betting system. Over his career he’s sent out 40 winners from 122 runners (32.8%) for a profit of £62.98 to a £1 level stake at SP. Owner J P McMcanus has a good record with his low-grade handicappers in Britain and GAOT could be difficult to beat in this Class 5 contest.
SPARKA (system – The Gurkha, 2yos over 7f on the AW)
Seven furlongs appears to be the optimum trip for juvenile progeny of the Gurkha and backing them all would have found 13 winners from 77 bets (16.9% strike-rate) for a profit of £56.78 to a £1 level stake at SP. That improves to eight from 30 on the all-weather only (26.7%, +£73.90) and Richard Fahey’s SPARKA looks a potential improver on his all-weather debut.
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