Our racing man Alan Dudman has picked out an enhanced 14/1 double this evening, whilst our betting.betfair team travels to Malta and Downpatrick for the multi-sport double.
"Conditions at Newton Abbot were not ideal. The shorter trip at a speedy track with soft ground didn't play to his strengths as he prefers a quicker surface. He seemed to bounce off the ground when Tom Scudamore won on him earlier in the season."
Keighley in fine form
We're playing towards the top of the market again with both of the selections today and Pinnacle Peak's short price at 6/4 looks fully justified given how well he travelled last time out.
He recorded a 14 length victory at Worcester and barely had a race, and that added to his easy success at Southwell over 3m the previously.
The penalty shouldn't stop him as he went so well through the Worcester race and displayed enough speed there to suggest the drop back to 2m4f today won't be a problem. He most certainly looks the one with the Martin Keighley yard in such good form.
We head to the final race on the Southwell card with Max Young's Mystic Court as the favourite, and conditions are in place for him to fare much better than he did at Newton Abbot last time out.
Indeed, this will be his first start for the stable having previously been trained by Nick Mitchell, and Young has got a great opportunity to get on the scoresheet.
Conditions at Newton Abbot were not ideal. The shorter trip at a speedy track with soft ground didn't play to his strengths as he prefers a quicker surface. He seemed to bounce off the ground when Tom Scudamore won on him earlier in the season.
I expect him to make the running too.
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Declan Queally's six-year-old has been backed in this morning but he simply looks the best horse in the race. Despite four seconds in maidens this year, thrice have been by a neck or less, and although there may be some doubts whether he is capable of producing the goods at the fifth attempt, today should be his day within this weak looking field.
He's likely to lead from the front and if he is to adopt those tactics over today's trip, he should be hard to pass.
The Champions League qualification is the main footballing event this evening and Flora travel to Malta to face Hibernians. The Estonian side showed their superiority at home last week and hold an all important 2-0 lead heading into this one.
Despite not having to chase the match, Flora showed nothing but pure dominance in their first leg, with 16 shots to Hibernians four, 13 corners and almost 60% possession.
It did take a red card in the second half in order for Flora to break the deadlock, but with Hibernians inevitably chasing the game tonight, this should provide Flora with more room to punish them and make it through to the next round.
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