Horse Racing Tips – Best Bets at Beverley and Newbury on Thursday, June 11

Rineers head for the line in soft ground at NewburyRineers head for the line in soft ground at Newbury


We;ve been in fantastic form with our tips this week, nailing three winners and a third from four selections on Monday and nailing a big-priced double. 

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LINE OF REASON (13.15 Beverley, 5f handicap)

Firmly in the veteran camp being a ten-year-old and is clearly nowhere near as good as he once was.

Now competing off his lowest handicap mark for six years but that were still glimmers of ability last season, notably when finishing runner-up at this course off a mark of 94 on his seasonal reappearance last year.

That suggests he is still capable of winning off this mark, while form figures of 32516482242 show that he runs with credit more often than not at this track. Let’s hope for last hurrah from the old boy here, despite his far-from-ideal draw in stall ten.

AL DAWODIYA (14.40 Newbury, 6f handicap)

Competitive sprint handicap filled with promising three-year-olds but it could be worth siding with the top weight Al Dawodiya.

She’s been caught on the line in her latest two starts over six furlongs but she’s travelled supremely well on both occasions in the manner of a horse with some talent.

The hope is that she’ll finish off her races better if she’s strengthened through the winter and the booking of Ryan Moore is a positive.

Trainer Richard Hannon’s runners are starting to hit top form now and Al Dawodiya can provide him with another winner

CABALLERO (15.50 Beverley, 1m handicap)

Had some decent form as a two-year-old notably when finishing seventh in the Listed two-year-old Trophy at Redcar before going on to win a decent Newmarket handicap.

Returned from more than a year off to have two runs on the all-weather this winter and his two runs suggested he retains some ability.

Has been gelded since those runs, which will hopefully bring about some improvement and trainer keith Dalgleish’s horses have been running pretty well.

RAKE’S PROGRESS (16.45 Newbury, 1m2f handicap)

Six-year-old goes really well in soft ground, winning four times on soft and good to soft ground so any rain that falls should be in his favour.

Often goes well fresh with two of his wins coming on his first run back off a layoff and it’s interesting that trainer Heather Main has booked Rab Havlin for the ride – the pair have a 25 per cent strike-rate when teaming up.

Main has had a couple of her runners go really well since the lockdown was lifted and we can expect a big run from Rake’s Progress here.