With another hectic midweek schedule from behind closed doors, the British horse racing calendar offers us a string of noteworthy meetings from the likes of Kempton, Beverley and Wolverhampton.
On that note, for those of you out there looking to stick on a midweek flutter, we have searched far and wide to find you a couple of helpful tips that are worth keeping an eye out for throughout Wednesday.
16:45 PM – Beverley – Race 7
For our opening Tip of the Day, we turn our attention to Beverley and the Class 6 Walkington Handicap on Wednesday afternoon.
Receiving a string of praise after joining trainer Mark Johnston’s stable from Tim Easterby back in June, PUCKLE has now caught the eye in back-to-back appearances in Yorkshire. Along with impressing in a second-place finish behind BURGUILLOS at 25/1 odds in the Churchill Tyres A Great British Brand Handicap on July 24th, the three-year-old also shocked the odds at Beverley last week. Seeing off a high-flying DANGEROFFIZZ and claiming a maiden win in the Class 6 Pure Broadband Handicap, it is well worth keeping an eye out for the talented gelding in midweek.
While late money is expected to come in for PHOENIX APPROACH (15/8 with Ladbrokes) after he too secured victory at Beverley last time out, we’re backing PUCKLE to make it back-to-back wins on Wednesday.
16:55 PM – Kempton – Race 8
For our second Tip of the Day, we take a look at the penultimate contest at Kempton on Wednesday and what should be an exciting Unibet Casino Deposit £10 Get £40 Bonus Novice Stakes.
With CASTING VOTE continuing to impress since making his debut only two months ago, it is no surprise that the three-year-old is held in high regard by the training duo of Simon & Ed Crisford. Along with making his debut at Haydock on June 9th and picking up a very impressive silver medal finish in the Div II Betway Maiden Stakes, CASTING VOTE picked up a maiden victory last month in very eye-catching fashion.
Storming to victory in the Class 5 Sky Sports Racing HD Virgin 535 Novice Stakes and beating fellow young talent John Locke by almost four lengths, the Crisford stable should be confident of laying down another marking on Wednesday afternoon.