British Horse Racing Tips – 29 Oct 2020

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With the midweek schedule of British horse racing rolling onto Thursday afternoon, we are offered a stacked schedule from the likes of Newton Abbot, Chelmsford, Southwell and Stratford.

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

13:28 PM – Newton Abbot – Race 1

Betting Tip: MEMPHIS BELL win – 7/4 @ Unibet
*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

For our first Tip of the Day, we take a look at the opening meeting at Newton Abbot and the Class 4 Weatherbys Stallion Book Mares’ Handicap Hurdle on Thursday afternoon.

Last seen putting in what was a rampant display at Ffos Las in Wales on October 18th, MEMPHIS BELL claimed victory in the Follow @pottergroupracing On Instagram Handicap Hurdle by five lengths and has continued on what has been a real purple patch. Forming a hugely successful partnership with jockey Isabel Williams who will once again take the saddle in midweek, the six-year-old has received a string of rightful praise from trainer Evan Williams.

Now winning each of her last three starts on the bounce and going from strength to strength since returning from the enforced break, we’re backing another fruitful afternoon for MEMPHIS BELL.

19:00 PM – Chelmsford – Race 5

Betting Tip: ROCKESBURY win – 7/2 @ William Hill
*Odds are correct at time of writing and are subject to change without prior notice.

For our second Tip of the Day, we turn our attention to Chelmsford and the Class 6 Racing Welfare Supporting Racing’s Workforce Handicap.

While POPE GREGORY (11/4 with Betfair) might open Thursday’s meeting as a marginal top pick with the bookmakers in Essex, it is well worth keeping an eye out for ROCKESBURY. With a growing reputation for being a budding track specialist at Chelmsford, the five-year-old was last seen at this very track when claiming a second-place finish in the Class 6 Now Never Beaten By SP Handicap and is held in high regard by trainer Phil McEntee.

Since returning from racing’s enforced break over the summer, ROCKESBURY has previously claimed back-to-back victories in Essex and will be hugely confident of upsetting the odds on Thursday evening.

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