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Horse Racing Tips: Dreaming of a Freddie win at Worcester for 18/1 double

Perth
Alan has one selection running in the finale at Perth this evening

Alan Dudman fired in BSP winners of 10.5 and 5.16 for yesterday's winning double and seeks out another multiple on Wednesday at Worcester at Perth...


Is that a winner for Freddie and father Gordon?

13:40 Worcester

Back Who Is That @ 11/4

Profitable Dreams and Graceful Thunder both were winning selections for the column yesterday, and once again a big drift on the Chepstow scorer Profitable Dreams - who doubled in price and returned a BSP of 10.5.

The double at those drifting SPs would have paid a lot more, but I settle the multiple at advised prices so we'll still take the 23/1 success (and it's fairer that way with the changing prices).

We had a 32/1 double at Ascot on May 3rd, so it's been a good month so far.

We'll start Wednesday with an opening leg at Worcester and Chris Gordon's Who Is That.

He tackles 2m4f over fences today and has an excellent record so far chasing with three wins and three seconds from his nine starts.

The 7yo also possesses a form boost when beating Jigginstown King at Fontwell last time over 2m4f. He battled well on the inside under Freddie Gordon and despite a slightly wobbly last fence, got up to win.

Jigginstown King subsequently scored at Fakenham by 5L.

The time was reasonable, and he also recorded a good time when winning at Southwell in February.

He's a low grade horse up 4lb but he acts on any ground, and considering the front two at Fontwell last time were a long way ahead of the third, he can progress again at a relatively low level.

Back Who Is That in the 13:40 at Worcester

11/4

Rhapsody can make sweet music at Scone Palace

21:00 Perth

Back Petite Rhapsody @ 4/1

We're sticking to the jumpers today and a long wait until the finale at 21:00 at Perth, but it looks a good chance for Petite Rhapsody - who drops down in class.

It's an angle I like - a top weight down in grade, and Petite Rhapsody was stuffed last time at the track, but that was in 0-115 company.

I would also excuse the defeat at Hexham previously as the ground was very deep winter heavy back in February.

With the possibility of the ground drying, a good surface will be most beneficial, and the 8yo goes well here, although most of those are second places - but he does have a course and distance win to his name.

He stays 3m, so 2m4f is no problem and he's ably assisted by Patrick Wadge and his claim.

The hurdler does have a handful of in-running defeats at low prices to his name, including a 1.071/14 over 3m at Perth last summer, but he has enough to win this.

Back Petite Rhapsody in the 21:00 at Perth

4/1

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