Welcome to the BetTurtle Newsletter for Sunday 3rd July with the latest racing news, tips and a round up of yesterday's tipping results.
- Naas where the going is Soft and there are 8 races starting at 2:00pm to 5:45pm
- Market Rasen where the going is Good and there are 7 races starting at 2:05pm to 5:20pm
- Limerick where the going is Good and there are 7 races starting at 2:15pm to 5:30pm
- Ayr where the going is Good-Soft and there are 7 races starting at 2:25pm to 5:40pm
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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.
Has won both chase starts and won with plenty in hand at Uttoxeter in early June. Plenty more to come for a trainer/jockey combination that operates at a 26% strike rate.
Doesn't know how to run a bad race having been in the top 3 in 6 of last 7 races. Due a change of luck and hopefully today will be the day.
A 7 race maiden, but can build on a respectable performance at Leopardstown latest under similar conditions.
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.
Has failed to win in 3 starts, but was only just run out of it last time. Plenty of unexposed types in this race and no surprise if one or two of them improve past her.
Ex-flat horse who finished 3rd on hurdling debut last time. Needs to improve his jumping and may need more experience before up to winning a race.
A top class pedigree and a rare runner at Ayr for the yard. Plenty short enough for a horse making his debut and may find main rival's experience too much to overcome in what is likely to be a tactical race.
Ran well on debut finishing 4th in a race that has already thrown up a couple of winners. Can improve and go close here.
Finished 2nd having led most of the way at Leopardstown latest. Has only won 1 from 10 and the percentage call is to take him on at such a short a price.
Has been lightly raced and having had some training problems. Last ran in a listed event at Fairyhouse in September and likely to need this race following 278 days off of the track.
Finished 2nd on chasing debut at Tramore last time, but made a few mistakes and benefitted from the fall of the leader near the end. This looks a harder race and plenty short enough at this morning's prices.
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