Welcome to the BetTurtle Newsletter for Friday 19th August with the latest racing news, tips and a round up of yesterday's tipping results.
- York where the going is Good to Firm and there are 6 races starting at 1:55pm to 4:55pm
- Bangor-On-Dee where the going is Good (Good to Firm in places, Watered) and there are 6 races starting at 2:10pm to 5:05pm
- Sandown where the going is Good to Firm and there are 6 races starting at 2:20pm to 5:15pm
- Kilbeggan where the going is Good and there are 7 races starting at 5:10pm to 8:10pm
- Killarney where the going is Good to Firm and there are 7 races starting at 5:20pm to 8:25pm
- Salisbury where the going is Good to Firm (Firm in places) and there are 6 races starting at 5:30pm to 8:05pm
- Wolverhampton (A.W) where the going is Standard and there are 7 races starting at 6:20pm to 9:20pm
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Win Value Bet Results
Channel 4 Racing Tips
Disappointed in a listed race in Germany latest, but prior to that had been progressive and dual course winner. Can go well if back on form.
Has won 4 times from 7 runs at this course and 4th in this last year. Should run a big race and go close.
Lightly raced and progressive and only beaten a half length in similar event at Goodwood last time.
Last year's winner and can go well again. Would be more confident if the rain comes, as best form on a softer surface.
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 tried to make all last 2 starts and failed to stay. Drop back in trip should suit.
Won maiden on 2nd start last time and more to come stepping up in trip and class.
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.
Ex-flat horse who has failed to win in two hurdle starts. May improve, but others preferred at this morning's prices.
Ran well on hurdling debut latest and can build on that. Up against plenty of unexposed types and taking on in hope one of them can improve past him.
Won chase race on debut last time, so a little strange why connections reverting back to hurdles so soon.
Best watched on chase debut.
Has ran well last twice on the turf. Was well beaten on sole attempt over this course and distance on the all weather and has it to prove.
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