21 Newcastle Market Rasen Wincanton Tips

Horse racing suggestions: Newcastle, Market Rasen and Wincanton, Thursday November 21st

The racing suggestions head into Thursday’s action on a task after 6/1 and 16/1 within the final two days. Better still, all three tips are operating throughout your lunch break.

Three respectable jumps fixtures lie forward in Britain and Ireland where they race at Thurles, Wincanton and Market Rasen. They’re supported by a few attention-grabbing all climate flat cards at Newcastle and Chelmsford, so there’s something for everybody.

A 16/1 winner by way of Set Piece at Kempton yesterday exhibits we are in first rate type so let’s see how we get on right now.

All odds quoted are right on the time of publishing but topic to vary.

It’s Deja – all over again

Just a couple of weeks ago we have been looking forward to the final handicap race of the 2019 British Flat season, the November Handicap at Doncaster. But the weather intervened, and the normal final act of the turf campaign was misplaced due to waterlogging.

That got here as a blow to trainers, jockeys, owners and punters alike, however the ante-post favourite for the November Handicap, the unbeaten Peter Chapple-Hyam-trained Deja (Newcastle 1:55), is again once more, and this time on the All Weather.

With £21,000 in prize cash this Class 2 1m4f contest has attracted an honest field of eight, but Deja stands out because the least exposed despite winning all 4 begins so far. 

The Youmzain colt price 350,000 guineas as a juvenile however has obviously been a troublesome horse to keep sound. He possesses loads of capacity though, profitable both races on turf and, importantly in view of today’s affair, each outings on synthetic surfaces.

His solely run of 2019 came over 1m4f at Kempton in July the place he defied a 254-day absence to easily land a decent handicap off a mark of ninety three. 

Raised 7lb to one hundred, he would possibly well be a sample race performer before too long, and victory here could pave the way for a winter campaign in Dubai, or alternatively within the prime races right here in Britain going through to the All Weather Finals in early spring.

Almost sure to start 6/4 favourite, Deja may be given most to do by the in-form Hugo Palmer-trained Paths Of Glory, winner of 4 of his final five begins, whereas Spanish Archer and Francis Xavier are additionally revered, however Chapple-Hyam’s colt must be ok to repel all challengers.

Rapper can steal the show

A step up in trip is also simply the ticket for Henry Daly’s Rapper (Market Rasen 1:35 each-way), who tackles the Pertemps Network Group Handicap Hurdle (Qualifier) and will nicely improve for the stamina test.

Winner of a 2m5f Ludlow maiden hurdle in January, the five-year-old caught the eye shaping with promise on his seasonal return at Cheltenham last month when staying-on up the hill to finish seventh of 17 in a competitive occasion.

Eased 1lb and with almost two furlongs extra to travel after that pipe-opener, Rapper has the assistance of up-and-coming conditional rider Richard Patrick, who claims an extra 3lbs. 

Patrick gave Kerry Lee’s mare Happy Diva such an excellent experience to win the massive race at Cheltenham on Saturday. 

King’s Praeceps worth another chance

Alan King has his horses in good form at current and the Barbury Castle-based coach saddles an interesting contender within the form of Praeceps (Wincanton 1:45 – longshot) who could be forgiven a below-par efficiency on his seasonal return at Chepstow six weeks in the past.

Having his first begin for practically six months, the four-year-old Canford Cliffs gelding ran a lacklustre race and was never travelling on the rear of the field, ultimately tailing off from three out. It transpired that Tom Cannon’s mount had lost a left-fore shoe, so that may go a protracted method to explaining the poor effort.

Last term, Praeceps proved himself a progressive performer over hurdles having gained races on the Flat for Sir Mark Prescott at up to two miles. 

He was stored to that journey over timber, profitable at Market Rasen and Plumpton, and running a great race when 6th of 21 within the Grade 3 Fred Winter Novices’ Handicap Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.

Given that he stayed so well on the Flat, it’s fairly probably there could be more to come now he steps as a lot as 2m4f over hurdles, so dropped in grade and off a 2lb lower mark than his unfortunate seasonal reappearance, it will be no shock to see him give supporters an excellent run for his or her money at a decent 11/1.