Welcome to the BetTurtle Newsletter for Thursday 30th June with the latest racing news, tips and a round up of yesterday's tipping results.
- Yarmouth where the going is Good and there are 8 races starting at 1:50pm to 5:25pm
- Haydock where the going is Soft and there are 7 races starting at 2:00pm to 5:00pm
- Perth where the going is Good and there are 7 races starting at 2:10pm to 5:10pm
- Bellewstown where the going is Soft and there are 8 races starting at 5:05pm to 8:40pm
- Tipperary where the going is Good-Soft and there are 7 races starting at 5:45pm to 8:55pm
- Newbury where the going is Soft and there are 7 races starting at 5:55pm to 9:10pm
- Epsom where the going is Good-Soft and there are 6 races starting at 6:10pm to 8:50pm
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Win 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.
Form choice and ground will suit. Should win.
Ran well stepped up in trip at Musselburgh latest. Can build on that improvement and go close today.
Likes soft ground and has been running well. Can improve further stepped up in class and should be in the mix.
Back or Lay TipsWe review the chances of today's short priced runners with a view to backing or laying them. The Lay Of The Day is the horse we think represents poor value and has the most realistic chance of being beaten today.
Ran well on Beverley debut, but a couple of unexposed types from top yards offer better value.
Won in a canter at Leicester and 9lbs higher. Will take all the stopping here.
Beaten short price favourite on debut latest and should come on for experience. However, offers no value with plenty of unexposed runners from top stables in opposition.
Steps up in grade have won easily at Tramore latest. Can take this.
Top class pedigree and connections, but may need first run today.
5th on debut at Sandown and can improve. However, lots of unexposed rivals and not one to be taking a short price about.
Ran well latest, but 0 from 17 means risky proposition, especially at this morning's prices.
Has moved from Godolphin having had only the one race on the all weather at Chelmsford last year. Interesting and betting moves would be significant.
0 from 5 and one of the less exposed horses may improve past him.
Lightly raced and has been running well. This step up to 6 furlongs may bring about further improvement and can go close.
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