France Horse Racing Tips – Best Bets at Compiegne on Tuesday, September 29

General view of runners and riders during the McCoy Contractors Civil Engineering Classic Handicap Chase at Warwick Racecourse.General view of runners and riders during the McCoy Contractors Civil Engineering Classic Handicap Chase at Warwick Racecourse.

We made a great start to the new era of France Horse Racing Tips with a 6/1 winner from two selections on the first day of tips on Monday .

Our top tipster Adam Mills (@GeeGeeBanker) heads to Compiegne for their jumps meeting on Tuesday with two decent bets

Adam has looked over the day’s horse racing action in Framce and picked out our two of his best bets and tips at Compiegne.


10.55 Compiegne – Maurice D’okhuysen Chase (3yo, 2m)

A very good looking jumps card at Compiegne and we start with an intriguing 3-year-old chase.
5 runners who have all run to a decent level as Juveniles but the one I like is PAMELA DES MOTTES for Francois Nicolle. She made her debut over fences here on 10th September, finishing 2nd to a well thought of stablemate, Lina Rez.
Although she was beaten favourite that day, she travelled well for a long way before tiring on the run-in. That was a strongly run race for the grade and the time suggests that it was an above average performance by the winner, so I’m prepared to give her another chance and I expect her to improve considerably for that first start over the larger obstacles.
Through a couple of form lines over hurdles, she would appear to hold several of todays rivals quite comfortably and she looks to have been found a good opportunity to score.


1.42 Compiegne – La Gascogne Chase (Grade 3, 5yo+ 2m6ff)

The feature race on the card is the Grade 3 Prix De La Gascogne. Most of the attention in this race will revolve around On the Go, the 2018 winner of the Grand Steeplechase de Paris and at one time the highest-rated chaser in Europe.
After a considerable absence, he has struggled to reach that level and was well held here earlier in the month by Polirico, who reopposes. That form sets a fair standard, but I don’t think it is insurmountable and with several in the field having bigger targets at Auteuil next month I think there is some value in backing SAINT GOUSTAN BLUE.
Owned by Simon Munir and Isaac Souede this 8-year-old has been a model of consistency for the last 4 seasons and has showed that he is fit and well by winning a conditions chase at Nancy on 12th September. He dominated that field under James Reveley and produced an exceptional time on the day.
On ratings he has very little to find and although James Reveley gets off to ride On the Go, in Nathalie Desoutter we have an excellent replacement and I expect him to go very close.