Hot 2 Trot The Curragh 2.40 3 G Force- 1 point win at 7/2-

Hot 2 Trot - The Curragh 2.40 3 G Force - 1 point win @ 7/2 -


Add that to these to make small Unit Lucky 31 (10p each way costs £6.20)
Chepstow 3.25 2 Savello
Chepstow 4.00 5 Junction Fourteen
Goodwood 3.10 1 Double Touch
Goodwood 3.45 11 Links Drive Lady


We have racing today at Goodwood in the UK and The Curragh in Ireland on the Flat

and National Hunt action at Chepstow in Monmouthshire and Limerickin Ireland.

I think we are now at the "tipping point" between the transition from Flat to National Hunt;
although the Flat winds down to Doncaster on the 5th November, the BHA have effectively
made next weekend at Ascot (Champions Day) the final qualifying day for the Trainer/Jockey
Titles, and although there are some good Flat meetings between next Saturday and Doncaster;
it will very much be the time when the National Hunt season gathers momentum with Aintree

and Cheltenham, both staging Fixtures on the weekend of the 22nd/23rd October.

We will be mindful of the fact that whilst one season is winding down and the other is
starting up, that will pose a lot of variables, so vital for us to assess which yards are
"at it" in both codes and which horses respectively thrice at the tail/start of their seasons,
a time of risk for punters but a time of massive opportunity too!


With that in mind we have one strong suggestion today and a suggested accumulator,
some horses in there at nice each way prices, who meet the Flat/NH criteria above

but who are not full tips due to the time of the respective seasons.

G FORCE ran an eye catching race last time out, he has had a wind operation
and back in Listed Class he gets ideal conditions, a nice mark still; a perfect
draw and if he is back on a road to even 80% of where he was, he has to

capitalise today, in that context 7/2 looks outstanding value.

There are some cracking races at Chepstow, many too close to call at this early
stage of the season and a similar view at Goodwood where many horses have been
on the go for a long time but a few nice form lines from both in the Lucky 31.

We will be back tomorrow with a look at four Flat Turf Fixtures.

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