Tuesday’s Daily Double – 10/1 multiple taking in two races at Doncaster
Jon Vine rolls his NAP and NB into his Daily double, covering two races at Doncaster on Tuesday 14th January.
I managed to land a 17/1 double last week, and came within a neck of scoring with another on Sunday. After a day off, I’m back with another Daily Double for Racing Tips. Best odds available here with William Hill.
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Tuesday’s Daily Double
2:10pm Doncaster Sky Bet Cheltenham Non Runner No Bet Beginners’ Chase (Class 4) 2m4½f
Cotswold way has registered a couple of decent seconds over fences so far, but I’m don’t think he enjoys chasing as much as he did hurdling and his two previous runs on left-handed tracks ended in lengthy defeats. The Big Bite has plenty to prove after a terrible chasing debut at Exeter and Garretstown is yet to live up to his early promise.
During a stable tour at the start of the season, Nicky Henderson claimed he would probably wait t a season before he sent his French recruit, CARIBEAN BOY (NB) over fences. Yet, the Seven Barrows maestro seems to have changed his mind and this looks an ideal opportunity for this exciting debutant to open his account on British soil.
Although the RPRs suggest his hurdles for in France was average at best, Caribean Boy did clash with classy sorts like A Plus Tard and Magic Saint, and ran an unbeaten chaser close on his final start at Auteuil. Described in the stable tour as “a big, lovely grey who screams chaser”, Caribean Boy should take very well to the larger obstacles and Henderson boasts a 25% strike record with his runners here at Doncaster. I’d be disappointed if he didn’t come out on top, in what looks a fairly weak race.
3:15pm Doncaster Play ITV7 Tonight Novices’ Handicap Chase (Class 4) 3m2f
Another weak looking race, crying out for someone to put their best foot forward and I think the one who has the potential to do that is FINANCIAL OUTCOME (NAP).
Rebecca Curtis has never been afraid to switch a young chaser back to hurdles, Lisnagar Oscar the most recent example. Yet, after three fairly dismal efforts over the larger obstacles, Financial Outcome is given another chance as a chaser and he has the raw ability to run far better than his current official rating.
There’s no reason why Financial Outcome shouldn’t be a good quality chaser. Before joining Curtis’ operation, he won twice between the flags, receiving a very high RPR of 93 after scoring a ten-length victory under Jamie Codd at Ballyragget. Financial Outcome ran up to a decent level in novice hurdles last term and, if he can recapture that sort of form on Tuesday, he should be more than good enough to get his head across the line.