Hayley Turner (pictured) has recently returned to action after her broken ankle and she takes the ride on one of our horse racing betting tips for Wednesday September 4th, a 14/1 (15.00) overnight chance with Bet365. To read all about this and the rest of our horse racing tips, read on…
2.30 Bath – Dreams Of Glory @ 11/4 (3.75) with Coral
8.30 Kempton – Portmonarch @ 4/1 (5.00) with Boylesports
Longshot of the day:
9.00 Kempton – Bertie Moon @ 14/1 (15.00) with Bet365
Ron Hodges saddles Dreams Of Glory in the 2.30 at Bath, and his charge is the first of our horse racing betting tips for Wednesday September 4th. Something of a regular at this course, where he has won five times in all (including twice over course and distance), the five year old horse finished second here last time out to a useful sort and won over slightly shorter (again, at this track) three runs ago, confirming that he’s in good heart. He may be on a career high mark, but it’s only 4lbs higher than his last success and as he appears to be on an upward curve at present, I’m happy to take the 11/4 (3.75) that’s on offer with Coral this evening about him scoring here again.
The second of Wednesday’s horse racing betting tips is Portmonarch, who runs at Kempton in the 8:30 race. Rated a 4/1 (5.00) chance with Boylesports overnight, I reckon that’s a generous price based on recent form. He ran with great credit last time out on turf, when upped in class and sent out over a trip that was perhaps too far, but his three runs prior to that (all on the all weather and all at today’s trip) resulted in form figures of 321. That runner up finish came at this course and distance and I think that the colt probably has more to give; I’m certainly happy to bet on that being the case at the current prices. 14/1 (15.00) with Bet365 is a nice Each-Way price and I will be getting involved.
Our bigger priced Each-Way horse racing tip for Wednesday September 4th goes in the 9.00 at Kempton, where I’m taking a chance on Geoffrey Deacon’s Bertie Moon. Disappointing last time out on turf, the three year old colt had been running with credit prior to that on the all weather, where he put up form figures of 212 over a mile (both runner up finishes at this course). This contest sees him upped in trip for the first time, but his sire has produced listed winners over similar trips and his mark remains the same as when last seen on the all weather, which gives him a fair chance. Hayley Turner is an interesting booking and she has won for this trainer before on the odd occasion that they have teamed up.