Yesterday’s horse racing betting tips produced a well backed winner (15/8 SP, advised at 3/1) but that’s not enough for us, we want to find even more winners and at even better prices! Today’s we’ve lined up tips from Newbury and Newcastle, including a three year old trained by William Jarvis (pictured) that’s currently priced at 20/1 (21.00) with ToteSport. To find out what Friday’s racing tips are and why we like them, you’ll have to read on…
3.20 Newbury – Statutory @ 9/4 (3.25) with Stan James
3.45 Newcastle – Mash Potato @ 11/2 (6.50) with Paddy Power
Longshot of the day:
4.30 Newbury – Bosham @ 20/1 (21.00) with ToteSport
The first of our horse racing betting tips for Friday August 16th is Mark Johnston’s Statutory, who will surely benefit from today’s step up in trip in the 3.20 at Newbury, given the way he stayed on to grab a place last time out. Prior to that, he’d run with credit at the Glorious meeting just a fortnight after winning his maiden. Still progressing and open to more improvement, I like his chances today. Lady Cecil’s Continuum looks a big danger, but that colt is going to have to concede 13lbs to our selection and at the current prices, I’d rather be siding with our 9/4 (3.25) chance (with Stan James).
Mash Potato is the second of today’s horse racing betting tips, lining up in the 3.45 at Newcastle. This three year old trained by Michael Dods won four runs back on his seasonal reappearance – on his first and only visit to today’s track (albeit over slightly shorter) – and since then has continued to run well off his revised mark, finishing amongst the places every time. At the current best odds of 11/2 (6.50) with Paddy Power, I think he’s a good value selection to make it two from two at Newcastle.
Our bigger priced Each-Way betting tip for Friday August 16th runs in the 4.30 at Newbury. The William Jarvis trained Bosham looks an insultingly large price this morning, currently available to back at 20/1 (21.00) with ToteSport. Although he’s up in class today and was disappointing last time out, the three year old had been in solid form in Class 5 and 6 races prior to that, with figures reading 2211. He goes off just 1lb higher than his last winning mark (and is actually 1lb better off than that day once you factor in the jockey claims) and in a race that doesn’t look especially strong, I’d be confident that he can run into a place at a massive price.
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