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Horse Racing Tips: Run with Rabbitte for a Tuesday 13/1 Kelso multiple

Champion jockey Brian Hughes
Brian Hughes has been the leading rider at Kelso for the past five seasons

Alan Dudman likes the claims of Czech Her Out and Jimmy Rabbitte today at Kelso, and if both win, the return is 13/114.00 on the Sportsbook...

  • Opening selection a drifter from 2/13.00 to 4/15.00

  • Jimmy Rabbitte can break long losing run

  • Hughes has 48 winners in five seasons at Kelso


Kelso - 16:25: Back Czech Her Out

The forecast is fairly gloomy for the rest of the week from Wednesday onwards with plenty of rain of forecast, but a dry Tuesday is in store for Kelso and the prevailing good ground conditions will suit Lucinda Russell's Czech Her Out.

She's one of the Michael Scudamore horses now at Kinross with the elder Scu brother now part of the team in Scotland, and she couldn't have been more impressive last time winning at Perth.

The Fame And Glory mare travelled beautifully and smoothly to win by 5L on her debut for the Lucinda Russell yard ably assisted by Patrick Wadge who maintains the partnership.

The victory over 3m at Perth was the furthest she has won over, and she steps up to 3m2f today for the third time - a trip that could again unlock some improvement as she had previously stayed strongly to win at Worcester in 2022.

She had previously won the same race at Worcester in 2021 - once again displaying her customary smooth travelling style.

Russell is on the cold list without a winner in 19 runners, but she hasn't been mega-city busy this summer and she traditionally has a good record at Kelso, as in the last five seasons she has 39 winners to her name at 13% - which is 21 winners more than her next pursuer.

She has drifted too on the Sportsbook this morning from 2/13.00 to 4/15.00.

Back Czech Her Out @ 4/15.00

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Kelso 19:05: Back Jimmy Rabbitte

With two at the top of the betting both at 7/42.75 in the Kelso finale, I am hoping Jimmy Rabbitte will drift more towards 5/23.50 with the presence of the Charles Byrnes-trained I Am Spider Man.

Trying to predict how a Byrnes runner fares in the market is often a difficult task, but I Am Spider Man was beaten 42L last time and doesn't deserve to be shorter than the consistent Jimmy Rabbitte - who is the selection.

However, he hasn't won for nigh on four years but has been running well.

He collected another second last time out in a steadily-run 3m contest at Perth and he had previously gone close over CD earlier this summer with a runner-up spot. He might have won had his jumping held together.

The 10yo has some Hexham form and I often say that Hexham form travels well, and considering he has form at 3m there despite never convincing at that distance, his stamina could see him home here.

Brian Hughes is on again, and he's 2-7 at Kelso this season and has a 17% record at the track in five seasons with a leaderboard-topping 48 winners.

Back Jimmy Rabbitte @ 7/42.75

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*Click here for Daryl Carter's Tuesday tips with 11/112.00 and 7/18.00 picks at Catterick

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