Sunday racing tips at Southwell – Today’s best all-weather bets
Sunday racing tips at Southwell
The recent bad weather has robbed us of Kelso on Sunday leaving only an all-weather fixture to fly the flag for UK racing and we’ve picked out our Sunday racing tips at Southwell.
Only Southwell will fly the flag for horse racing in the UK on Sunday following the loss of Kelso’s jumps meeting and the action on Sunday will see seven races going to post on the fibresand at Southwell with a 1.05pm start-time.
It might be a day to leave well alone on the punting front but we’ve picked out our Sunday racing tips at Southwell as we bid to find a couple of winners to end the week.
SUNDAY RACING TIPS AT SOUTHWELL – TODAY’S BEST ALL-WEATHER BETS
2:05 Southwell – Bombardier Handicap Cl4 (4yo+ 0-80) 1m
AMADEUS GREY has won two of his last four starts on this surface, the latest of which came in December when gaining a short-head verdict over Native Silver where he got up late.
Tim Easterby’s Zebedee gelding was last seen finishing a creditable fourth of five runners in a better race back over this course and distance earlier this month behind Crownthorpe and he could quickly bounce back dropping into a more suitable grade.
Proven over course and distance he ought to make his presence felt easing in class and he can get back to winning ways here.
3:05 Southwell – Bombardier British Hopped Amber Beer Handicap Cl6 (4yo+ 0-60) 1m
DRAMATISTA makes her fibresand debut here and the Lope De Vega filly can get off the mark if continuing her race by race progress having found the frame in each of her last two starts.
Third over this trip at Newcastle last month behind Fashion Free her most recent outing saw her finishing just over one length behind Deolali back at Newcastle over seven furlongs and she could relish this return to the longer trip faced with a more demanding surface having shaped as if she’d be suited by a stiffer test.
The form of that last outing doesn’t look too bad with the fourth and sixth both bagging subsequent silver medals and racing off the same mark here she could go one place better.
3:35 Southwell – Heed Your Hunch At Betway Handicap Cl4 (4yo+ 0-80) 6f
REQUINTO DAWN handles this surface well and Richard Fahey’s charge can add to his win tally.
The Requinto gelding has won two of his last four outings, scoring over this course and distance in November and then bouncing back from a lesser next-time effort to finish a close third behind Thrave in a December claimer.
Back in a handicap latest he resumed winning ways at Wolverhampton with a defeat of It Must Be Faith and only raised 3lbs for that outing he could go well here despite this being a stronger race.
Well handicapped on his old form he can continue to make his presence felt here and no surprise to see him going close again.