Andrew Bladen's daily racing tip

By David Banner | Sport | Published: | Last Updated:

Tipster Andrew Bladen offers his hint of the day.

Get the latest tip here.

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 February 4

5.55 Wolverhampton Arcanada

This six year old won this race last year and produced a career best to win at Lingfield last time so he must have every chance of following up here.

Tuesday February 5

2.55 Market Rasen Senior Citizen

This gelding made a winning start over hurdles at Chepstow in October, and ran well when third in a better race at Ascot before being outdone by a lack of pace last time at Doncaster.

He is better than that and deserves another chance to show what he is capable of.


Wednesday February 6

3.15 Ludlow Gardefort

This gelding has admittedly showed nothing in two better races at Ascot this term, but he is now 5lb lower than when finishing second to Rock The World at the Cheltenham Festival two years ago and ran well to be fourth on his sole outing at Aintree last season.

This drop in class should see him in a better light and he may have too much class for this opposition.


Thursday February 7

No racing taking place.

Friday February 8

1.40 Bangor Rough Night

This six year old made a striking debut for his new yard when successful at Lingfield in November, and ran well to be third at Fontwell last time. He reverts back to novice company here and should be good enough.

Saturday February 9

3.10 Naas Scoir Mear

Yet to reach the heights over fences that he managed over hurdles, he ran an encouraging race behind Auvergnat in the big handicap chase at Leopardstown's Christmas meeting and shapes as though this drop in trip should be in his favour.

Sunday February 10

4.20 Punchestown Woods Well

A game winner at Galway in October, he hasn't troubled the judge in three competitive handicaps since but a return to this extended distance of three and a half miles can see him in a better light.


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