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Hotel Du Nord was an 8/1 winner yesterday, landing a big gamble for the Kieran Burke yard. That horse opened up at 25/1 and won at 5/1, so congratulations to them.

The other runner of the day might as well not have turned up, the same can be said about the others in the field, apart from the front two as they were the only ones who had capable jockeys who could judge the race pace. Only two horses were involved, annoying to see, but nothing will be said by the stewards.

Huntingdon 1:30 – Drop Him In 10/1 (0.5pt ew)

As Class 5 (0-100) handicap chases go, this looks like a competitive race. I'll be taking a chance on Drop Him In who has shown very little over rules since moving to Olly Murphy's yard, but I'm hoping that a step up to 3m might bring out the improvement needed to land a race of this nature.

Since moving to Olly's yard this horse has dropped from 112 rated to 96 rated, and based on some of his PTP form, he should be very competitive off such a low mark. He has finished 3rd in a PTP behind Irish Blaze, who is trained by Gordon Elliott and is rated 120 over hurdles and 118 over fences, he was only 3L ahead of Drop Him In when they met. On his next PTP where he fell very late on in the race when booked for a runner-up finish, he was behind Hot Rod Lincoln, who is still a maiden after four attempts over hurdles, but ran well in a Class 3 race at Sandown and will be one to follow when upped to 3m. Ballykeel was in second (would've been third) and that horse is rated 124 over fences and has recorded a best RPR of 134.

Drop Him In's jumping can be sketchy, and that's not great, but if it does click, he can definitely be better than his current handicap mark. Olly Murphy does well at Huntingdon, with a 22% SR since he started training and he's partnered up with Sean Bowen (usual jockey) and he is also at a 22% SR in the last five years at this track.

I wouldn't go too heavy on this bet, but a small ew play looks worthwhile.

Huntingdon 2:30 – Keplerian 4/1 (1pt)

This is another competitive handicap chase, as the odds would suggest. I'm a firm believer that Fergal O'Brien's chasers often improve plenty for their first-time experience over fences, so I'll be having a small play on Keplerian.

He was novicey at Leicester, but for his first time over fences in public it wasn't a total surprise, and as chase debuts go with those mistakes, he made a nice impression and a lot to build on. He was keen throughout the race, so to see him tire jumping the last couple of fences wasn't a surprise at all. I think this track and drop back in trip will suit him better.

He is related to some good chasers like Moonlighter and Horatio's Hornblower, so there's definitely room for improvement off a handicap mark of 93.

Huntingdon 3:30 – Kalmoor 22/1 (0.5pt ew)

Based on the form and odds, you'd say that Kalmoor has no chance in this race, even though it's not a great standard of race. But, at 22/1 I think he is being underestimated, though he has it all to prove.

This horse has a good pedigree, his Dam is related to smart horses like Kalashnikov and Kelane, who were both trained by Amy Murphy and owned by Amy's dad, Paul. This horse has the same Sire as both of those horses, so I definitely think he is better than his current handicap mark of 101, and on handicap debut, he could spring a surprise.

He ran well on his sole bumper run a couple of years ago, finishing second and bumping into a smart Nicky Henderson horse who won his sole hurdles race and recorded an RPR of 137 but hasn't been seen since. Kalmoor ran well on hurdles debut, finishing third after a 221-day absence. The winner was rated 128 at the time, and Kalmoor finished ahead of Hidden Heroics, who has since won two hurdle races and two races over fences, now rated 135. This lad was PU on his return to the track earlier this month, but that was after 444 days off the track, so it's hardly a surprise that he needed the run. Now he's in handicaps, we might see the best of him. Amy is in good form at the moment, with Kalashnikov winning in France, as well as her 2yo winning on debut earlier last week as well.

Horse Racing Tips
Drop Him In
Huntingdon - 1:30 pm

10/1 @ Bet365

Huntingdon - 2:30 pm

4/1 @ Bet365

Huntingdon - 3:30 pm

22/1 @ Bet365

  1. New123 1 year ago

    Watermelon Sugar 100/30 Wolverhampton 7.00
    Gl to anyone who takes a punt on this Joey Haynes no wins from 78 this year

    • ew thief 1 year ago

      Av been backing this bud am on again ☘️☘️

    • New123 1 year ago

      Worst Jockey ever

    • Staggie 1 year ago

      Where’s this m8

  2. elvis parsley 1 year ago

    Book of life 1-25 Saint cloud 🇫🇷
    9-1 ew 2 places bet365
    2-1 top 2 finish SKYBET single

    Has to beat one of the 2 principals to reach the money.

    • elvis parsley 1 year ago

      Gypsy lee rose 2-45 Hexham
      5-2 win
      EVENS betting without kildrum @betway…..

      Gets an 11lb swing for a 25 lengths defeat to kildrum last time.
      Maybe won’t be enough to turn it around but 2nd is very possible

    • elvis parsley 1 year ago

      These 2 both 3rd and out of the money ⬇️⬇️

  3. azzthewigan 1 year ago

    lu leutIier 1.30

  4. ew thief 1 year ago

    Quality rizz 👏👏👏

    • Rizzel Tips 1 year ago

      Thanks EW 🫡

  5. elvis parsley 1 year ago

    Chameron 4-15 Hexham
    5-1 win
    2-1 top 2 finish … Nap 🏇

    Irish invader trained by nicholls back in the day and been around the block a bit since, ran well in Ireland 10 days ago and presumably hasn’t come over just for the fresh air.
    Well done with your 1st pick rizzel.
    Nice to bag one on a shit days racing for sure 👍🏇

    • ew thief 1 year ago

      Cheers Elvis just got on in time 👍👍

    • elvis parsley 1 year ago

      Glad you were on ew thief 👍

  6. azzthewigan 1 year ago

    charlies numbers 4.45 yearling by Frankel should win it if they bypass fences like they seem to do on most days

  7. azzthewigan 1 year ago

    well done all winners today

  8. ew thief 1 year ago

    Macon belle 5.30 14-1☘️☘️gl all

  9. recoba 1 year ago

    Well done Rizzle and the others 👌

    Wee early Trixie for Mahoning before I bother as I think Philadelphia is off but UK bookies still taking money.

    Small stakes but don’t fancy few favourites here.

    Mahoning Valley – R1…Riverboat Gamber 11/4
    R2…Tonksea Springs 9/2
    R3…Pat Daddy 5/2


  10. recoba 1 year ago

    Tonkawa Springs at price looks good now 10/3/***

  11. recoba 1 year ago


    Still unsure if Philadelphia is off,going by US form app Its likely on but won’t get through the card.
    It’s officially ‘MUDDY’ not even ‘Sloppy’! ?? 😂
    Seen it there,it’s a hard it’s a hard rain…it’s NOT always sunny in Philadelphia!

    Bung these up as the horses are mudders anyway.
    Long family history of mudders, there mothers were mudders, there’s fathers were mudders there a bunch of mudders!’
    Dreaming OF Gerry has been pulled last 2x and not due to conditions so unless it’s a riot I hope it runs.

    Philadelphia -R9…Rob The Rich. 5/1. Nb/*** Skybet
    2 in the tracker but going against the Five Dreams as he hasn’t stopped and Rob Rich was a half length behind on his last run and drops down to last wining distance which Five Dreams does not so 5/1 versus 6/5 I’m taking the chance and Spur55 it ( 😉) it’s NO:7!
    Few good old horses here especially Practical Way but no time for sentiments but definite side bet..
    Combo tricast 7-3-2
    Philadelphia -R10…Dreaming Of Gerry 6/4 Nap ***** Skybet
    Mahoning -R4…Shutupandshakeit 6/5 /**** Bet365
    Gets in from 1A reserve now with some rule I still don’t get with trainer declaring 2 on the day.

    Skybet don’t do Mahoning and Paddy Power are SP on the later Philadelphia races so Paddy Power for the Trixie

    Elvis…there’s a big bag of “shhhh” in the corner here just in case no ‘I’ve ‘got my tips out’ 😉 👌

    • elvis parsley 1 year ago

      Gyto lol 🇺🇲
      Good luck recoba.
      Let’s hope they perform as good as Scotland did v Spain 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

    • recoba 1 year ago

      Cheers Elvis took a chance with Rob The Rich but other. 2 winning and wee double do me everyday.

      I knew before I looked Dreaming of Gerry be there Nap/Nb or something but best horse and I started backing it due to the name and he’s been a good one as he gets older as his early years were rank

    • recoba 1 year ago

      As first the Scots! 😮

      Never in doubt

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