Welcome to Tuesday. Daryl Carter is on hand to guide you through the day's racing and give you all the invaluable info to help you search out a profit.
"Hollie Doyle looks like a jockey to keep on side at Yarmouth. She has a 25% strike rate at this venue and is profitable to back £65 to a £1 level stake. She has six rides."
Money Talk continues to highlight the Betfair Sportsbook big-money moves to keep you in the loop. This section will now highlight market moves between 1:00 am and 9:00 am.
The step-up in trip for the first time from 1m to 1m6f for Iain Jardine's runner Hazalou in the 16:20 at Redcar looks to be the reason punters are latching on.
The horse's last RPR (Racing Post Rating) was as low as 29, but the trainer has previously featured in the spotlight for gambled runners.
The market says LAY!
Which horse is the Betfair Sportsbook market suggesting to Lay?
19:20 Wolverhampton - Motorious 9/4 OUT 3/1
The market suggests that Motorious is the lay today, as others continue to be backed against the morning favourite.
Mark your card
The Betfair Sportsbook is paying extra places today!
There is no race over further than seven furlongs today at Yarmouth, with two at five furlongs, three at six furlongs and two at seven furlongs.
There is no draw bias in today's field sizes. For future reference, there is a significant draw bias over 5f trips in which high drawn numbers win 16.2% of the time compared to low 3.4% and middle 4.1 % when there are ten or more runners.
Two-year-old Stakes races at Yarmouth, such as the 14:25 British Stallion Studs EBF Novice Stakes, see favourites have a 42% win rate. Today's favourite is Ideal Guest 2.757/4.
In the 13:50, Godolphin and jockey Robert Havlin have a 50% strike rate together at Yarmouth. Red Joan 10.09/1.
Super Hollie to enhance strike rate at Yarmouth?
Hollie Doyle looks like a jockey to keep on side at Yarmouth. She has a 25% strike rate at this venue and is profitable to back £65 to a £1 level stake. She has six rides.
A Sportsbook 50p Lucky 31 (£31.50) pays £19,015.32
At Redcar in the 15:20, trainer Michael Dods will look for his fourth win in the race with Blackheath 11.010/1.
Trainer Edward Bethell has a 50% strike rate at Redcar with four winners from eight runners and today sends one runner Idoapologise 3.7511/4 in the 14:45.
Horses for courses
This section highlights horses that have won twice or more at today's tracks and could be in with a chance today.
14:55 Yarmouth - Farhh To Shy - Has won here twice (50%)
16:00 Yarmouth - Molly Shaw - Has won here twice (40%)
16:30 Yarmouth - Grandfather Tom - Has won here twice (40%)
16:50 Wolverhampton - Hooflepuff - Has won here four times (33%)
17:20 Wolverhampton - Trevie Fountain - Has won here twice (33%)
19:20 Wolverhampton - One Hart - Has won here three times (60%)
19:20 Wolverhampton - Frow - Has won here four times (57%)
20:20 Wolverhampton - Twice As Likely - Has won here twice (33%)
Weighted to go well
"Weighted to go well" highlights horses running that are more than 10lbs below their last winning handicap mark.
14:45 Redcar - Suceilus - Has won off 87 runs off 75
15:20 Redcar - Blackheath - Has won off 87 runs off 76
16:20 Redcar - Thorntoun Care - Has won off 67 runs off 54
20:20 Wolverhampton - Twice As Likely - Has won off 64 runs off 52
20:20 Wolverhampton - Precious Plum - Has won off 61 runs off 47
This section highlights a trainer, owner or jockey who is in excellent current form and their runners or rides for the day.
Trainer Charlie Appleby is operating at a 45% strike rate in the last 14 days. He has had 14 winners from 31 runners and today saddles Secret Image 2.757/4 at Wolverhampton in the 17:50, a track he has a 32% strike rate at.
Today's furthest traveller is trainer Brian Mehaan with debutant Mappa Mundi 4.57/2 in the 15:50 at Redcar. He has travelled 276 miles and has a 21% strike rate at this venue.
Race of the day
We head to Yarmouth today for their 14:55 Sky Sports Racing Sky 415 Handicap. A competitive field, with little pace on, and a favourite on the upgrade but one that takes a significant rise in class.
Farhh To Shy has looked like a progressive three-year-old, scoring in two of her four starts to date, including on handicap debut last time over course and distance when she stepped up to today's seven-furlong trip.
There's little doubt the trip and course both suit, and she may have found a good opening with many of the others exposed.
Regardless of that fact, this is a steep rise in class, and she hasn't produced any next time out winners from her runs to date, which is concerning.
Visually she has looked impressive, but the clock nor the form backs it up, so perhaps this five-pound rise and the stiffer company may be enough to find her out - she is short enough in this field at 7/4.
Dazzling Dan may want for a slower surface, and he hasn't been the most convincing over this trip, but a return to Yarmouth for which he scored earlier this term off a three-pound lower mark is a good move.
He scored here in good style in a slowly run race that he dictated, and he may have the opportunity to do that again, being just one of two pace angles in the race (Global Esteem the other).
This is easier than many of the races he has been involved in this season, so he shouldn't be written off, for all he may prove weak at the finish.
Another that this is far easier for is Corvair, who has held his form well in some strong handicaps this season, notably on fast ground over today's seven-furlong trip, which includes having had Dazzling Dan in behind at Newmarket off a big weight.
He hasn't scored on turf yet but failed to stay the mile last time and, thanks to the jockey claim, is now effectively on a career-low handicap mark on grass.
A repeat of any of his runs this term will be good enough to claim victory here, and this looks like a good opportunity.
Timeform offer up three of their best in Ireland
The Timeform team head to Punchestown today, and offer up three of their best bets to land some cash.
The horse that suckered me into the racing game Altior has been retired by trainer Nicky Henderson fit and well, but it was a day of reflection rather than mourning on Monday evening.
Relief was the first emotion. To see the horse retire happy and healthy is the only thing that matters, and his glittering career of nine Grade 1 victories was sensational.
He was a horse that did his talking on the track, left fans speechless countless times, and gave me and many others memories we will never forget.
It's a shame his trainer overshadowed the later stages of his career with countless poor excuses, which means we are left with a few what-ifs.
However, any horse that brings that amount of joy to people goes down as legendary in my book. Enjoy the retirement Altior. You've undoubtedly earned it!
Until tomorrow, be lucky.
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