Amongst our horse racing betting tips for Friday September 6th is a David Simcock trained gelding (pictured) that looks overpriced at current odds of 6/1 (7.00) with BetVictor. Attractively weighted after a narrow defeat last time out, we fancy a big run on Friday. To read more on this and to discover the rest of our horse racing tips, read on…
5.45 Newcastle – Fever Few @ 7/1 (8.00) with Paddy Power
6.20 Kempton – Noble Citizen @ 6/1 (7.00) with BetVictor
Longshot of the day:
3.00 Haydock – Al Khan @ 12/1 (13.00) with BetVictor
The first of Friday’s horse racing betting tips is Fever Few in the 5.45 at Newcastle. Jane Chapple-Hyam’s four year old filly is clearly on an upward curve and her last time out effort that saw her finish as runner up over course and distance is by no means the tip of it, as she’s quite lightly raced and should have more to give. Her handicap mark remains unchanged despite that decent last time out effort, while her current price of 7/1 (8.00) with Paddy Power is very tempting indeed.
Noble Citizen is the second of our horse racing betting tips for Friday September 6th, running in the 6.20 at Kempton. David Simcock’s eight year old gelding hasn’t won since July 2011, but it’s not as though he’s been running terribly. His last time out effort saw him finish runner up by just a neck, at this course and off the same mark. A 5lb claimer takes the ride today, making him attractively weighted and the extra furlong in distance shouldn’t pose a problem as he tends to finish his races strongly. At the current odds of 6/1 (7.00) with BetVictor, I’m all over this one.
Our bigger priced longshot selection for Friday September 6th is Violet Jordan’s Al Khan, currently priced up at 12/1 (13.00) with BetVictor to win the 3.00 at Haydock. I reckon it’s worth taking an Each-Way chance on this four year old gelding, as his latest efforts have all been in much better company than this and were over slightly further. If you go back to the start of July, he finished a nose second in this company and over this course and distance, before following up with a win off the same mark (also over 6f and a class higher). He’s 4lbs higher in the weights than on that day, but back in this company and over 6f I can’t help but feel that he’s much too big a price. I’ll be snapping up the value while I can.