Monday 24 June 2013

2:30 Beverley (25th June) Free Horse Racing Tips

A Maiden Auction Stakes over 7f 100y on good ground. Twelve two-year-olds take part in what looks to be a poor race. Atlantic Affair sets the standard on form although disappointed last time at Chester when racing over the minimum trip, which may have tempted connections to consider this hike up in distance. Breeding suggests this may be to her liking although being such a speedy juvenile it will be interesting to see if she can settle as so many horses pull hard, unused to their new requirement.

 This post will take a closer look at Chamberlain, trained by Alan McCabe. This bay colt, a son of Indesatchel, is a good-looking juvenile and cheap yearling purchase at £8,000, although still top weight in this restricted race type. He ran a great race on debut but disappointed second start at Pontefract. A wide draw didn't help his cause that day but in truth he ran too bad to be believed and was surprisingly weak in the betting. McCabe is a consummate professional and most probably waiting for this trip. After showing limited ability on that last start there is a concern they will simply run down the field to guarantee a handy mark for up-and-coming nursery races. As with all speculative priced horses you have to take a leap of faith. If playing safe it may be wise to see if this colt is backed because this stable enjoy a gamble. Camberlain may be worth a small each way bet at speculative odds.