Loader’s Daily Double – Best bets at Exeter on Tuesday

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Chris Loader rolls his two best bets into this Daily Double, covering two races at Exeter on Tuesday 3rd March.

We are back on the Racing Tips Daily Double today and I take a trip to Devon on the jumps card at Exeter as we search for winners. Our selections both boast strong form claims and could have lots more progression in the future. Best odds on today’s Daily Double available with William Hill.

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Tuesday’s Daily Double

2.30 Exeter – Hugo N Taz

David Pipe is in red hot form at the moment having five winners from his last seven runners. Pipe looks to have a strong candidate here in the form of Hugo N Taz who won on stable debut in the Lincolnshire National at Market Rasen on Boxing Day. The form might not amount to much but the nine-year-old has had a nice break of 68 days to get over his latest run.

Before he moved across the Irish Sea, Hugo N Taz was trained by Denis Hogan and remained a maiden over fences after many starts. However this is the sort of horse that David Pipe can transform and the way the son of Kayt Tara won suggests that this marathon trip will suit him with his stamina. Furthermore he is carrying the bottom weight and that could make all the difference. Off 120 I think he’s got more to offer and is the one to beat.

4.30 Exeter – Morning Spirit

Morning Spirit comes into the final race at Exeter making his handicap debut for Jonjo O’Neill.The last time we saw the five-year-old he finished behind subsequent Grade Two winner Highway One O Two for Chris Gordon. Followers of my work will know I spent time some with Chris Gordon recently learning about race planning and he gave the impression he’s one of the best horses they have ever had.

Despite finishing eleven lengths behind Highway One O Two, the son of Milan has shown form and that effort at Plumpton as also been franked by White Chocolate. Moreover Jonjo O’Neill has been in good form showing a 22% strike rate in the last fortnight. I expect our pick to become favourite at post time and I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see him get his first win over hurdles.