Horse racing tips: Catterick and Kempton, Wednesday twenty second January
Read on for 3 choices for today’s racing from our skilled tipster, together with the daughter of a derby winner in the lucky last at Catterick.
Leicester was misplaced to the frost on Tuesday however there are not any scheduled inspections ahead of 4 UK meetings on Wednesday.
They race over the jumps at Catterick and Warwick this afternoon alongside an all-weather offering from Lingfield, whereas later on Kempton Park is the major focus for an eight-race Polytrack assembly within the night.
Today’s NAP runs at Catterick, a mare having run nicely final outing against the boys and seeking to take benefit of an unchanged mark amongst her personal intercourse now eased in grade, whereas there’s an all-weather improver for Robert Cowell at Kempton able to open her account.
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Catterick 4:05 tip: Sway to go in Mares’ finale
She carries prime weight in the concluding Mares’ Handicap Hurdle but Let’s Sway (Catterick four:05) seems up to the problem of recording a primary success since joining trainer Susan Corbett.
A daughter of Derby winner Authorized, she was a dual winner over timber earlier in her career and has taken some time to find her ft since leaving Olly Murphy (ran twice in 2018 for Katy Price).
She took an enormous step in the proper path at Wetherby on Boxing Day when ending third in a Class 4 handicap towards the boys and, together with her handicap mark left alone, holds strong claims now dropped at school against her personal sex.
The pair that beat her over Christmas have each completed second from higher marks since, making certain the form has some reliability about it.
With that improved showing in mind, and no issues on the soft ground that’s forecast, the mare is well-treated on her old form and is fancied right here, with probably market leader Miss Amelia 9lb greater than when she received final time out over fences at Bangor.
Kempton 5:30 tip: Lottie to like about Cowell’s filly
Robert Cowell’s Lottie Marie (Kempton 5:30) should be able to getting on the board on this Maiden Fillies’ Stakes regardless of the presence of fascinating newcomer Stormy Mountain in the all blue of Godolphin.
Charlie Appleby’s debutantes are to be respected however Lottie Marie boasts racecourse experience and appeared a winner in waiting when ending second over C&D last month on her second begin.
The 76-rated winner made all that evening and used his expertise in a tight end. The fourth house Disco Fever was a decisive next-time-out scorer at Lingfield in novice company, whereas the fifth, Bold Suitor, gained at Newcastle last week.
A daughter of Intello, Lottie Marie is the type to take another step ahead this night and, if doing so, she’ll make positive the nicely-bred Stormy Mountain requires a well above common debut to get her measure.
Catterick 3:35 tip: Swallow deserves another chance
A five-runner Veterans’ Handicap Chase for newbie riders on the cardboard at Catterick and, in reality, a contest the place you’ll find a way to’t rule any of the contenders out.
That mentioned, Follow The Swallow (Catterick 3:35) appears a shade overpriced, having run below-par last time in a much stronger race at Sandown Park.
Silver Tassie appears set to go off favourite and has been working pretty strong races of late although a profession report of two wins in 37 starts isn’t inspiring.
Perhaps probably the most intriguing of the 5 is Wishmoor for Irish coach Johnny Levins. He tends to do well with Flat raiders in Britain however this ex-Joseph O’Brien inmate is a rare runner over jumps and had lost his way previous to changing palms.
Follow The Swallow was shade unlucky going up 5lb for ending second at Warwick in November and was then well held in December at Sandown, having started as a 25/1 chance in the next grade of race.
On the strength of that penultimate run at Warwick, however, he is well price chancing in this extra simple assignment.
Claiming rider Max Kendrick takes off 3lb and is worth extra, making certain Graeme McPherson’s 12-year-old is prone to go very close in this firm.