The Actuary Horse Racing Tips

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The Actuary Horse Racing Tips All Weather Southwell preview

The main All Weather focus of The Actuary Horse Racing Tips attention today will be Southwell’s afternoon card marginally ahead of the Wolverhampton evening card with the 4:30 taking centre stage.

 

With a 3 point selection in the race at what I believed to be ridiculously generous odds I thought I would revisit the race and consider dangers to The Actuary Horse Racing Tips selection. MASAI MOON was the horse that I felt most likely to trouble our selection. It’s one success from five attempts over C&D may be a little bit of a deterrent but forgiving a 9 length defeat in a claimer has only been beaten nk, 3/4L AND 3.1/4L along with its victory in Handicaps. Currently at double figure odds has to be considered a good EW proposition.  

 

In the race prior to this, the step back to a mile over a more testing surface should surely fit the bill for three times bridesmaid ARYAL. On all three occasions the selection has led on polytrack only to be caught late. I would be hopeful that a Mark Johnston horse will be able to keep grinding away on a surface where they won’t be able to close so quickly.

 

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Three times bridesmaid Aryal goes for a step back in trip over a more testing surface.

 

The other race that has caught my eye is Southwell’s opener at 2:20 due to the fascicle manner of victory by JACK DAWKINS two days ago. With three of its rivals re-opposing today I am unable to see any reason why any of those three should turn the form around should the selection adopt the same tactics. The danger may come from one of the other three namely Xpres Maite.  


      

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