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Andrew heads heads to Lingfield, Wolverhampton and Kempton for his bets/trades Wednesday. Follow his tips on horse racing betting sites throughout the upcoming and hectic festive fixture list, and all year round. Here are today’s recommendations:
Horse Racing Betting Tips for Wednesday December 8th:
Jeremy Scott is struggling for winners, saddling just two from 71 runners since the start of May (expected winners = 7.15). NATIVE ROBIN, forecast by the Racing Post to start as the 4-1 second favourite, might not live up to market expectations in this veterans’ handicap chase. He’s also an 11-year-old and horses of his age have a modest strike-rate in these contests compared to their ten-year-old rivals. He won at Fontwell last time but that was in Class 4 company and he hasn’t won at today’s Class 3 level since 2016.
INTERVENTION was a big eyecatcher in an apprentice sprint handicap at Navan on October 6th when there was a strong track bias, favouring low draws. He performed miracles to grab third from stall 17 (winners and runner-up drawn 2 and 1) and he had another double-figure draw to contend with when the bias was again in play over the same course and distance a fortnight later. Stalls 1, 3, 4 and 5 filled four of the first five places that day and he wasn’t disgraced in tenth of 21. He’s been bought by shrewd owners and sent to Mick Appleby, who has a great record at the first time of asking with horses he takes over from other trainers (over £300 profit to a £1 level stake at SP.) The switch to Tapeta should hold no fears on breeding and it’s fascinating to see him upped markedly in trip to an extended mile on his stable debut. His sole run over a similar trip saw him finish a 16-1 second of 18 at the Curragh last summer.
On paper at least, there looks to be plenty of early pace in this 7f Class 2 handicap courtesy of BELLOSA (‘made virtually all’, ‘made all’ and ‘chased leaders’ on her last three starts), MEHMENTO (‘tracked leader’, ‘led’ and ‘led’) and MARSHAL DAN (‘made all’, ‘close up, led 5f out’ and ‘led’). We have multiple ways of opposing his trio. Selling all in the Spreadex 50-25-10 market is one angle, backing habitual hold-up horses DIOCLES OF ROME and CORAZON ESPINADO is another.
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