Monday Magic – Best Bets at Yarmouth and Windsor on Monday, June 29

Horse Racing tips

Another week, another Monday, another four horses to go to war with at Yarmouth and Windsor.

Our experts have studied the form at every meeting on Monday, June 29, and have provided their best horse racing tips.

PENNYWHISTLE (2.30 Yarmouth, 7f handicap)

Interesting that champion jockey Oisin Murphy has ridden her on the last two occasions and again keeps the ride here despite having ridden Blackheath, one of today’s rivals, into second last time.

Pennywhistle has shaped as if the return to 7f will suit and she was extremely unlucky not to win over that trip on her penultimate run at Wolverhampton.

MAYFAIR POMPETTE (3.00 Yarmouth, 1m handicap)

Showed ability for the first time in her career when staying on strongly from the rear the rear of the field to finish second behind Magical Morning at this track on her comeback a fortnight ago.

Magical Morning has since boosted that form by winning again at Haydock and Mayfair Pompette will not be facing a rival of that one’s class in this race.

Trainer Charlie Fellowes remains in good form and can strike again here.

SURREY PRIDE (4.50 Windsor, 1m2f handicap)

A host of promising three-year-olds in this handicap with eight of the 11 runners finishing in the first three of their last start.

We’re going to take a punt on Surrey Pride, who has his first run for 273 days. He caught the eye staying on strongly behind Group performer Miss Yoda on his debut last season before going on to win on his next start at Bath.

The second, fourth, fifth and sixth have all won subsequently, which suggests the form is solid and the horse could be a fair bit shorter in the market if he was trained by a bigger name than Joseph Tuite.

SEVERANCE (5.20 Windsor, 1m3f handicap)

Travelled like much the best horse in the race before being touched off at Newmarket on his return.

Going to give him the benefit of the doubt and put that defeat down to a touch of tiredness late on given that was his first run for a few months.

Trainer Mick Channon has been hitting form of late and Severance can add to his good recent run.