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Andrew Mount’s Horse Racing Tips – Wednesday November 10th



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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 stats-based approach to betting unearthed an 8-1 winner on Monday and he has some more fascinating punting angles on Wednesday.

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Andrew has four selections for the horse racing action at Bangor, Exeter and Kempton on Wednesday November 10th:


GOOBINATOR (system – Donald McCain in handicap hurdles at Bangor)

Donald McCain has a solid record in handicap hurdles at Bangor, one of his local tracks. Since the beginning of 2011 he’s won with 47 of the 234 qualifiers (20.1% strike-rate) for a profit of £91.33 to a £1 level stake at SP. GOOBINATOR, fourth in the Cesarewitch at Newmarket last month, can make a winning return to hurdles in this extended 2m3f contest.



BURROWS TREAT (system – Harry Fry runners at Exeter)

Harry Fry has a fine record at Exeter, scoring with 41 of his 125 runners (32.8% strike-rate) for a profit of £62.48 to a £1 level stake at SP. BURROWS TREAT will appreciate this stiffer test of stamina after her outpaced 100-1 sixth of 12 at Ffos Las in the spring and has had wind surgery since we last saw her. She has a bit to find on ratings but is worth a small each-way interest.



WILD MOUNTAIN (system – Paul & Oliver Cole, wore first-time cheekpieces last time out)

Horses from the stable of Paul & Oliver Cole often respond well to headgear and WILD MOUNTAIN won well in first-time cheekpieces over course and distance last time. The headgear doesn’t always have the same effect next time but had we bet all Cole runners who wore first-time cheekpieces on their most recent outing we would have won nine of our 40 bets since the beginning of 2016 and made a profit of £60.50 to a £1 level stake at SP. Wild Mountain is taken to defy a 6lb rise. SUANNI is bred to appreciate the switch to Polytrack and looks the chief threat.



PRINCE ALI (system – last-time-out frontrunners at Newcastle)

It’s difficult to make the running over 1m2f or further on Newcastle’s Tapeta surface and simply backing all last-time-out pacesetters from that venue, regardless of where the finished would have returned a profit of £77.49. PRINCE ALI has changed hands relatively cheapy since last month’s Newcastle sixth for Phil Makin but might be worth a small interest at a big price on his debut for Deborah Faulkner.


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