Welcome to the BetTurtle Newsletter for Thursday 28th April with the latest racing news, tips and a round up of yesterday's tipping results.
- Lingfield where the going is Standard and there are 7 races starting at 1:50pm to 5:05pm
- Redcar where the going is Soft-good to soft in places and there are 7 races starting at 2:05pm to 5:20pm
- Punchestown where the going is Good to yielding; cross country good to firm and there are 8 races starting at 3:40pm to 7:45pm
- Sedgefield where the going is Good to firm-good in places and there are 7 races starting at 5:15pm to 8:20pm
- Chelmsford (A.W) where the going is Standard and there are 7 races starting at 5:55pm to 9:00pm
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Win Value Bet Results
Each Way Value Bet Results
Win Value TipsOur value bets highlight the horses we think have the best chance of winning at value prices (typically 2/1+). Our NAP is the bet we are most confident with and NB is our next best selection at prices better than odds on. The Lay Of The Day is the horse we think represents poor value and has the most realistic chance of being beaten today.
Unexposed and returns from short break with Adam Kirby riding. Should go well.
Has won twice and this course and could improve for step up to 12 furlongs today.
Won at Ayr on Monday and can go well under a penalty.
Each Way Value TipsOur each way bets are horses at decent prices (5/1+) we think can go close to winning.
Goes well here and makes seasonal debut for in form trainer.
Lightly race and open to further improvement after encouraging effort at Fairyhouse over this trip last time.
Has been running well and looks good value for a place with cheekpieces fitted today.
Back or Lay TipsWe review the chances of today's short priced runners with a view to backing or laying them. Our NAP is the bet we are most confident with and NB is our next best selection at prices better than odds on. The Lay Of The Day is the horse we think represents poor value and has the most realistic chance of being beaten today.
Has been off track for 180 days and short enough with fitness to prove.
9lbs worse of with Bless The Wings for last time out 2nd at Cheltenham. Worth taking on at this short a price.
Makes seasonal debut today, but may need the run and taking on at this sort of price.
Won at Catterick last time and carries penalty. Taking on in the hope one of the others can show improvement.
Never won off a mark this high and worth opposing.
Won both starts, but plenty short enough in hatrick attempt carrying 6lbs penalty.
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