Horse racing tips: Chepstow, Musselburgh and Lingfield, Friday seventeenth January
Today’s racing ideas bid to proceed a wonderful week for the column and anticipate cheek pieces to work the oracle for our nap at Chepstow.
They go leaping at present at Chepstow and Musselburgh, while there are all-weather cards from Lingfield, Newcastle and Dundalk on a busy Friday of action.
Our main selection can finish her anticipate her maiden success over hurdles at Chepstow, whereas we have flagged up a progressive hurdler who seems a great wager at Musselburgh.
Odds appropriate on the time of publishing and are topic to change
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Chepstow three:20 NAP: Just A Thought can provide rivals a lot to ponder
Just A Thought remains to be a maiden over hurdles following nine starts however she will record her first success over obstacles within the TPS 360 Mares’ Handicap Hurdle (Chepstow three:20).
Rebecca Curtis’ runner has been second 5 times since going hurdling so she has not been working badly, she just retains discovering one better than her on the day.
The daughter of Stowaway won two of her three bumpers in her first season on the track, with her solely defeat coming in a Listed contest. She went into her hurdles marketing campaign with a lot of promise.
Her newest appearance came at this course where she was second of 12 runners. She led three out but received headed simply after the final. This step down in journey ought to help her probabilities.
Curtis has opted to put cheekpieces on her horse for the first time which could just give her the extra edge she needs. She is 2/1 in the betting to get off the mark at the Welsh track.
Musselburgh three:00 tip: Kajaki to go one higher than Doncaster run
A change in scenery looks to have actually helped Kajaki who put in a robust performance final time for Nicky Richards on his first begin for his new yard. He can go one place better than his newest outing within the Online Casino Handicap Hurdle (Musselburgh three:00).
The former Kevin Ryan raider started his hurdles career with back-to-back victories, together with a category two success at Wetherby over 2m. He has not fared badly in three begins over hurdles since then.
The seven-year-old’s newest effort got here at Doncaster over the prolonged 2m trip. He chased home an odds-on shot from Jonjo O’Neill’s yard.
Although he was by no means passing the winner, who appeared properly forward of the handicapper, he completed six lengths clear of the the rest of the pack so it was a great performance.
Kajaki remains open to improvement over hurdles so he can defy this 6lb rise within the weights with one other huge run. He is on the market to be backed at 11/4 to seal what would be the third success of his National Hunt career thus far.
Lingfield 12:00 tip: Golden Force shouldn’t be underestimated at Lingfield
Golden Force is about for his second profession begin on the AW in the Bombardier Golden Beer Handicap (Lingfield 12:00) the place he must be taken to prevail.
The four-year-old has two wins on turf where he was with Clive Cox before transferring to Charlie Fellowes’ yard earlier this month. His successes got here at Windsor (6f) and Leicester (7f).
Golden Force made his AW debut at Kempton final month, coming home a respectable fourth place over the 6f trip. A return to 7f seems to be a great transfer right here, while he is now simply 1lb higher in the weights than his final winning mark.
There could additionally be extra to return on this floor from the son of Lethal Force who’s overpriced within the betting at 7/1. Hayley Turner has been booked to take up the ride which is a giant constructive, whereas the break since October may have helped freshened him up.