Horse Racing Tips, Predictions & Best Bets – 30/01

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Tuesday’s racing line-up is packed solid with action and events at Chepstow, Newcastle, Southwell and Limerick should provide us with ample opportunities to look for bookie-beating options. Yesterday, three tips produced one winner and a placed runner, and with momentum to harness and plenty of betting offers to give us an edge, we’re targeting more success today. Check out our latest horse racing tips below.

Best Tip #1: Nala the Lioness – Newcastle 1.15

Nala the Lioness was listed as favourite for her C&D debut at Newcastle earlier this month and though she got complacent and finished second then, she is taken to go one better this time around.

Henry Brooke is in the saddle on this occasion which adds to her pull and with experience of the track to wield, there is plenty to go on here. Nala the Lioness only lost by a head to Thatswhatshesaid 24 days ago, so a win looks very achievable.

Not Now Nathaniel and Lady Buttercup, both of who are trained by Donald McCain, are newcomers with potential too, while Silent Auction deserves some attention following a strong fourth-place showing at Fontwell last year.

However, Nala the Lioness is a flat bred runner from a flat stable, and she is a worthy favourite with every chance of coming up big.

Betzone UK7/4
Planet Sport Bet7/4

Best Tip #2:  Haston Clermont – Chepstow 2.10

Hattrick chasing Haston Clermont was successful in two chases at 2m 7f and 3, 1f on good to soft and heavy ground at Lingfield and Wincanton, so is taken to maintain his trajectory here.

A 6lb rise following his double-win shouldn’t hold this low-mileage 7-year-old back too much. Haston Clermont won from a starting price on sports betting apps of 4/1 at Wincanton last time out and while today’s event at Chepstow should be more competitive, he should be there or thereabouts.

A significant threat could be offered by Leissieres Express, who finished 2nd, 3rd and 1st in his last three outings at Wincanton and Exeter (twice). 

Secret Plan meanwhile, was a distant second at Southwell just before Christmas, though he remains lightly raced and could be one to watch over today’s trip. Guguss Collonges might appeal at a longer price having won two chases at the back end of last year.

Betzone UK4/1
Planet Sport Bet10/3

Best Roughie: Flemen’s Interest – Limerick 3.10

Flemens Interest was a point-to-point winner last April and earned a smart six-place finish in a Cork maiden in November, and rated at 121 under a 4lb claimer, could be worth taking at a meaty price at Limerick.

Brother to Scottish National winner Beshabar, Flemens Interest has plenty of wiggle room to improve as a handicap newcomer and he might relish the longer distance over 2m on soft to heavy ground at Limerick.

Carlas Big Jim looks like an obvious alternative having enjoyed good back-to-back runs at Clonmel and Limerick, while Joeswayornoway placed third at Naas on January 12th.

The price is right for Flemens Interest here however, and his unimpressive 18th place finish at Cork in early December last time works in our favour in the markets for today’s run, bringing the odds right out.

Betzone UK16/1
Planet Sport Bet16/1

Stats and Insights

  • Generally speaking, stamina goes a long way at Newcastle so your picks should be able to stay on. The chase and the hurdle track at Newcastle are left-handed circuits which run flat enough until the final uphill furlong. That finish puts horses under pressure, so remember to look for stamina!
  • Chepstow is a left-handed run over an undulating one mile seven furlong track, though the straight, which takes up a good chunk of it, is a good leveller. Galloping horses can find it tough to handle the tricky undulations while the going can be difficult with rain so prevalent in Wales.
  • The track at Limerick tends to suit the front runners due to the steep straight that flips into a descent for the finish around the home bend. The run is one mile and three furlongs long around a right-handed circuit. An edge can be utilised by horses drawn low over 7 furlongs with a bend to conquer just after the start.

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Simon Winter is an Irish sports journalist and betting specialist with a decade of experience in the industry. As a multi-sport enthusiast, he has produced content and tips for dozens of different sporting disciplines over the past ten years or so. Simon first started his journalistic journey as a football blog hobbyist around 2010, though his pastime soon blossomed into a career and he has had work published by the likes of Racing Post, Bloomberg Sports and FST since as well as many of the biggest brands in bookmaking. He is an avid supporter of Manchester United in England’s Premier League and of his local club, Wexford FC, in Ireland. Away from his professional life, Simon is a notorious bookworm, a keen amateur gardener and garage gym enthusiast.
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