Andrew Bladen's daily racing tip

By David Banner | Sport | Published: | Last Updated: tipster Andrew Bladen offers his tip of the day.

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Over the course of the week, Andrew will be offering his selection for the upcoming days of racing, take a look at his daily offerings to see whether you could pocket some cash.

Monday October 16th

3.10 Yarmouth Aljezeera

This filly has only had four runs but has been campaigned exclusively in pattern company since winning her maiden at Doncaster last year.

She ran her best race to date last time in a Group 2 at Doncaster when beaten half a length by Alyssa.

That was her first try at this distance and it clearly suits her and this drop back to Listed company should see her back in the winners' enclosure.

Tuesday October 17th

3.00 Leicester War Glory


This four year old has been knocking on the door in handicaps all year but has yet to win on turf.

He did however produce a career best when second to Penwortham at Chester two runs back and if he can reproduce that effort then he holds every chance here.

Wednesday October 18th

3.35 Nottingham Mutarakez


This five year old gelding hasn't visited the winners' enclosure since 2015 and as a result his handicap rating has slipped to an attractive mark.

He ran his best race for a while three outings ago when denied a clear passage at Sandown, and missed the break last time before finding trouble when looking for a gap.

He has the services of Jamie Spencer for the first time here who often excels in big field handicaps like this and has a chance here at what should be a decent price.

Thursday October 19th

3.55 Uttoxeter Court King

Peter Bowen's six year old has taken well to fences, winning two of his three starts over the larger obstacles during the summer. Although his last win was only by half a length he appeared to idle and gave the impression he had more up his sleeve.

The versatile gelding has made the frame in three starts over hurdles since but chasing looks his game and he has a fitness advantage over all of his rivals here who all return from absences.


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