Leading racing advisor Andrew Mount’s is a contributor to the Racing Post, Racing Post Weekender, Racing & Football Outlook, the GG.co.uk website and a regular pundit on William Hill radio. Andrew has unearthed a couple of interesting angles for Tuesday’s racing which he shares below…
Andrew continued his good recent form with 7-1 winner PAY THE WOMAN on Monday and has two selections for Tuesday, March 8th. Follow his tips this week and all year round on horse racing betting sites with the lowdown on his latest picks below:
FIGHTFORTHEROSES (system – J P McManus-owned, Class 5 jumps handicaps)
Leading owner J P McManus is better known for big-race winners at the spring festivals but he has a great record in low-grade jumps handicaps in Britain. Since the beginning of the current century he’s won with 106 of the 480 qualifiers (22.1% strike-rate) for a profit of £150.27 to a £1 level stake at SP. Trainer Ben Haslam’s contribution is 16 winners from 65 runners for a profit of £72.37 and his FIGHTFORTHEROSES was an easy 12-1 winner at Sedgefield in January when last competing at this level. He disappointed at the same venue next time but that was in a higher grade and he’s back down to Class 5 level this afternoon.
FORBEARING (system – sire Kodi Bear, Wolverhampton all-weather)
Prior to yesterday’s racing, progeny of Kodi Bear were 14 from 59 at Wolverhampton for a profit of £70.98 to a £1 level stake at SP. The Tony Carroll-trained FORBEARING hasn’t shown a huge amount in four starts since arriving in Britain from France but was priced at 150-1, 100-1 and 40-1 for his first three runs and has been dropped 5lb for his last-time-out 12-1 last of 12 at Kempton when Tom Marquand was up for the first time. It looks significant that he’s on board again now that the four-year-old drops in trip and returns to Wolverhampton and there’s been steady support for him since the market opened yesterday.
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