British Horse Racing Tips – 24 July 2020

Horse Racing

With another action-packed weekend of British horse racing on the horizon, Friday offers us a stacked schedule of meetings from the likes of Newmarket, Beverley, Newton Abbot and Ripon.

On that note, for those of you looking to stick on a Friday flutter, we have searched far and wide to find you a couple of helpful tips that are worth keeping an eye out for this week.

Betting Tip: AL RUFAA win – 2/1 @ Paddy Power

*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

13:10 PM – Newmarket – Race 3

For our opening Tip of the Day, we take a look at Newmarket and the Class 4 Newmarket Volunteer Network Handicap on Friday afternoon.

Failing to build off of an eye-catching start when making a return to action last month, AL RUFAA certainly bounced back at Kempton on July 13th. Receiving a string of praise from trainer John Gosden and seen as a budding group racer, the three-year-old marched to the win in the Unibet 3 Uniboosts A Day Handicap last time out. Romping to the victory over ROMAN MELODY by four and a half lengths, AL RUFAA has won two of his last three starts and is rightfully seen as a standout pick with the bookmakers on Friday.

Elsewhere, also continuing to impress prior to the break and claiming empathic back-to-back wins at Redcar, it could be worth keeping an eye out for GIVE IT SOME TEDDY (9/1 with Bet365) for an each-way shout.

Betting Tip: BY JOVE win – 5/2 @ Coral

*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

16:10 PM – Beverley – Race 8

For our second Tip of the Day, we turn our attention to Beverley and the penultimate meeting in Yorkshire on Friday afternoon.

Really laying down a marker and shocking many since making a return from racing’s enforced break, BY JOVE finds himself in the midst of what is a real purple patch and will open the ICS Cleaning Handicap looking to make another statement. Last seen at Salisbury on July 11th when marching to the victory in the Class 6 Watch Race Replays At Handicap, trainer Michael Bell has seen his three-year-old now claim back-to-back victories since making a return from racing’s enforced break.

Making a maiden appearance at Beverley on Friday afternoon and among what is a favourable field, BY JOVE and the Bell stable should see their trip to Yorkshire with a golden opportunity.

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