Horse Racing Tips on Wednesday, March 30
There are three meetings spread across Britain on Wednesday, March 30th March with the action coming from Wincanton, Lingfield and Market Rasen that make up our Wednesday Lucky 15.
Any price references correct at time of writing
Forget You Not (2.45 Wincanton)
FORGET YOU NOT is a little feast or famine with form figures that read 8-71P1 and you’ve got to catch him on the right day. However, his odds are around 6/1 for this and we are more than happy to chance our arm that James Best has got him right. for the second successive race.
He may have been lucky last time out when the leader felling leaving him clear to take the spoils in a dramatic race. He was shaping well though despite his rivals error and would at least have been competing in the run in.
His jumping can be sketchy but if he’s on a going day we can expect a good run for our money.
Sir Oliver (3.10 Lingfield)
Stepping up to Class 2 company wasn’t in SIR OLIVER‘s compass last time out and he’s had his sights lowered here to a more realistic level. He was a solid winner here the time before, ridden aggressively from the front and never seeing another rival in the straight.
Chris Dwyer can get his charge Sir Oliver back to winning ways on Wednesday
Stefano Cherchi takes off a handy 3lb here and we expect Chris Dwyer’s charge to make a bold bid at regaining the winning thread.
His main rival is certainly the useful Alrehb who comes here on the back of a good victory at Wolverhampton on his latest start and has the eye-catching booking of James Doyle to boot. But we’ll stick with the selection to kick clear and not be caught.
Mackelduff (3.30 Market Rasen)
Back on good ground is going to really suite MACKELDUFF here. He’s another selection who has been running in higher company and will relish being back at this level. He’s handily priced to at 8/1 (at time of writing) and looks excellent value with the ground and grade in his favour.
Add to that his low weight at the foot of the handicap and he could prove a fly in the ointment for his rivals.
A Distant Place, The Street and Guernesy are all likeable consistent types, but could run into our selection for win purposes here.
Moorland Rambler (5.05 Wincanton)
Chester Williams saddles MOORLAND RAMBLER who is getting better with each of his runs. His latest, a 2nd in a field of 14 at Taunton was really impressive. It was even more so given that he raced keenly early on meaning he was unable to get in touching distance with the winner.
Moorland Rambler will be a big danger if settling better early at Wincanton
He has form at the track with a decent 5th earlier in the season. This just gives him the nod over likely market rival Stormin Crossgales who is also looking to break the maidan tag.
if Moorland Rambler can settle earlier this time we take him to win what looks a moderate contest in the sphere.