Welcome to the BetTurtle Newsletter for Tuesday 30th August with the latest racing news, tips and a round up of yesterday's tipping results.
- Goodwood where the going is Good and there are 7 races starting at 1:50pm to 5:20pm
- Epsom where the going is Good and there are 6 races starting at 2:00pm to 4:55pm
- Hamilton where the going is Good and there are 7 races starting at 2:15pm to 5:40pm
- Worcester where the going is Good and there are 7 races starting at 4:25pm to 7:30pm
- Ripon where the going is Good-Soft and there are 6 races starting at 5:15pm to 7:45pm
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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.
All the way winner at Carlisle last time and can go well again under penalty.
Lightly raced and makes handicap debut having won an all weather maiden latest. Stable in cracking form and should run well.
Ran well on only previous visit at this course when close up 2nd. Can put disappointing display at Chepstow latest behind him and go close.
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.
Unfancied in the market when a close up 3rd on debut at Newmarket. This looks a decent maiden and no surprise if one of the other unexposed types improve past her.
Expensive purchase for top connections and some big race entries against his name. A tricky course to be making debut at and worth opposing at such a short price.
£620K Frankel colt who won on debut at Ascot. With this step up in trip sure to suit, will be very hard to beat in 3 runner field.
Last 6 races have resulted in 212121 finishes, so looks booked for 2nd today if that pattern continues. A further 7lbs rise won't help either.
Won on 7th attempt at Thirsk latest, steps up in grade today and may struggle to follow up.
Clear form choice having finished 3rd on debut at Redcar. Should win given expected improvement.
Ex-flat and has now failed to win in 8 attempts on flat and over hurdles despite going close on several occassions. May find one or two of the less exposed type too good.
Ran well when finishing close 2nd at Ffos Las in May. Not been out since and may need this.
0 from 7 and now returns to maiden company. Likely to find 1 or 2 too good.
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