Monday’s Daily Double – 15/1 double featuring two runners at Plumpton

Jon Vine combines his NAP of the day and his Next Best into his Daily Double, covering two races at Plumpton on Monday 2nd December.

I enjoyed a fantastic run of results over the weekend – a winning NAP and the winner of the Ladbrokes Trophy on Saturday, along with a winning Grade One treble at Fairyhouse yesterday. Hopefully, that rich vein of form continues into this week, and as part of our Daily Tips, I’ve thrown up this 15/1 Daily Double. Best odds available here with Unibet.

Monday’s Daily Double

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2:00pm Plumpton I E P Financial Novices’ Hurdle (Class 4) 2m

I think it’s worth taking on market leader Neff, who has to shoulders a winners’ penalty. Although he seemed to produce an improved performance in-behind the useful Ecco the last day, the form of that race hasn’t worked out particularly well and Gary Moore had had just one winner over jumps in the last two weeks.

ADICCI (NAP) looks the main danger, having been unlucky to run into some useful sorts in three starts in bumpers. Jonjo O’Neill’s charge finished second and third on his first two starts, with all three horses who finished ahead of him going on to seal victory over hurdles during the autumn. Adicci then lost out to Jack Valentine by just a neck, and he’s much better than the lengthy defeat he suffered on his maiden start over hurdles suggests.

Being by Shirocco and out of a Westerner dam, there’s no doubting Adicci is bred to succeed over obstacles and Jonjo Jnr takes a valuable three-pounds off his back.

2:30pm Plumpton Tysers Handicap Chase (Class 4) 3m1½f

Although Cheque En Blanc makes a strong case for selection, his victories over fences have come off 102 and 105. He’s been beaten off marks higher than that on three occasions, so he has a little to prove on his first outing off 110.

UALLRIGHTHARRY (NB), on the other hand, has improved with each of his three starts over the larger obstacles, scoring victories either side of his summer break and Linda Jewell’s charge has an excellent chance of securing his second-straight win over course-and-distance.

After an encouraging chasing debut here last spring, Uallrightharry has been handed RPR’s of 110 and 114 for two comfortable victories. Young jockey, Brendan Powell was in the saddle for both of those wins and will be high on confidence after giving Ladbrokes Trophy runner-up, The Conditional a blinding ride on Saturday. Of those at the top of the market here, Uallrightharry looks open to the most improvement and conditions on Monday should suit.