Dieppe Diamonds – Best Bets in France on Tuesday

Runners race for the line at Saint-ClousRunners race for the line at Saint-Clous

FRENCH RACING TIPS

We’ve been in top form with our selections from France in the past fortnight and our team of industry-leading experts have given up their bank holiday in Britain to study the form to provide you with the best French Racing Tips on offer. So take a look at our fancies and bet using the buttons below.

DUTCH CHOP (11.40 Dieppe, 5½f )

Has been running in far higher grade of late. Including when finishing sixth of 11, beaten just a little over three lengths in a Listed race at Chantilly in March.

No doubts over fitness as he raced just five days ago at Vichy and that run should have brought about some improvement.

Young jockey Hugo Mouesan takes off a valuable 8lb and can claim the scalp of likely market leader Xaaros, who is ridden by Pierre-Charles Boudot.

DALVINI (12.50 Dieppe, 1m4f handicap)

Represents the powerful trainer/jockey combination of Alain de Royer-Dupre and Christophe Soumillon.

Won a valuable handicap at Longchamp in April 2019 and has since run really well in better races than the one he contests here.

A return to decent ground looks sure to suit and he rates the best bet of the day

KUNDRIE (14.00 Dieppe, 1m1f handicap)

Enters handicap company for the first time after three decent efforts in maidens without managing to get her head in front.

Clearly has ability and trainer Henri-Alex Pantall has gone to the trouble of booking Pierre-Charles Boudot for the ride.

The pair should be staying on strongly at the death and Kundrie can make his first step into handicaps a winning one.

GOUREL (14.35 Dieppe,  1m4f handicap)

Performed well over this trip for trainer Francois Rohaut a couple of years ago before moving to Myriam Bollack-Badel last summer.

Has since seemingly been campaigned over wrong trips, with most of his runs coming between seven furlongs and a mile and a quarter.

A return to a mile and a half should be ideal judged on historic form and we’re excited to see what he can do back at this trip.