Stephen Harris from bettingexpert has taken a chance on Seduce Me as his Nap of the Day at Nottingham, after claiming that the Karl Burke trained horse will be “spot on fitness wise”.
Unlike Harris, today’s Tipster Challenge guest Charlie McCann has gone for a race favourite in Wahiba, ridden by Andrea Atzeni, who he expects to “make all” despite a drop back in trip.
The PR Manager for BetVictor will be hoping for a better return than on his previous Tipster Challenge outing at Wetherby last November, where he managed just a single race winner and 1.75 points. The competition is sponsored by professional in-house and third-party tipping resource Betting Gods.
bettingexpert: Donny Belle
Represents shrewd connections and shaped well in finishing 3rd behind the impressive Validator on her debut at Thirsk.
BetVictor: Gaelic Spirit
There was money for the filly on debut when she didn’t get home on good to soft ground. Today’s faster conditions will suit.
This nine-year-old shaped really well when finishing 3rd at Doncaster one run back and had an excuse last time at Catterick.
BetVictor: Wahiba (Nap of the Day)
Made all from an 8lb lower mark at Yarmouth last time. Drop back in trip no inconvenience and taken to make all.
bettingexpert: Seduce Me (Nap of the Day)
Karl Burke has his team in top form at the moment and this filly should be spot on fitness wise after two promising runs on turf this season.
BetVictor: Eula Varner
Candy yard in good form and if this filly settles she can improve for the step up to a mile on her handicap debut.
bettingexpert: Another Touch
Comes into this on the back of two cracking efforts in big field handicaps and has ideal conditions at Nottingham.
BetVictor: Another Touch
Tough and consistent and deserves to get his head in front having run well in defeat in two better races of late.
Had a progressive season last term and can handle this step up into listed class with the Haggas yard in terrific form..
BetVictor: Playful Sound
Winner in four of her five career starts with today’s pilot Ryan Moore the only jockey to have tasted defeat on the filly – clearly progressive.
bettingexpert: Amadeus Rox
Looks ready for a true test of stamina after shaping well in both handicaps he has contested this spring.
BetVictor: Amadeus Rox
Alan King trained the winner of this race four years ago and this step up in trip should suit.
bettingexpert: Fantasy Gladiator
Has not won since September 2015, but is now nearly a stone lower in the weights and has dropped a few hints of late that he was coming back to the boil.
This drop back in trip at Nottingham will suit a veteran who can make all under Molly King.
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