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Sunday, 23 September 2018

3.20 Beverley, Tuesday, September 25

In the Colin McGurran @ Beverley Racecourse Handicap (3.20) at the East Yorkshire course on Monday, Twin Appeal can race off his lowest handicap mark since winning a similar 0-75 contest at Newcastle four years ago and may be capable of ending a losing run that stretches back to Wolverhampton last December. The Oratorio gelding joined Karen Tutty from David Barron in August and, after two creditable efforts in defeat in 0-80 contests at Thirsk and York, respectively, could be ready to open his account for his new yard.

He has yet to win on going officially described as softer than ‘good to soft’, but has run well enough, in limited attempts, on ‘soft’ and ‘heavy’ going to suggest that he’s not unduly inconvenienced by testing underfoot conditions. His latest win, of any description, came in a 0-85 handicap, over 7 furlongs, on the Tapeta surface at Wolverhampton, off a handicap mark of 83, last December and his latest win on grass came in a 0-95 handicap, again over 7 furlongs, at Musselburgh, off a handicap mark of 89, the previous April. Either piece of form makes his current handicap mark of 74 look extraordinarily lenient, if he retains at least a fraction of his ability, and fitness-wise, he should be spot on after two recent ‘sighters’ for new connections. Gemma Tutty, who’s ridden him on both occasions, takes off a useful 3lb, which only adds to his appeal in a moderate contest.

Selection: Beverley 3.20 Twin Appeal to win 16/1


ghosty said...

You only seem to put up comments that you agree with or compliment you, but keep these daft tips up, I make a small fortune from laying all you bookies benifit tipsters are obviously a layer yourself and just looking for liquidity in the place market or the match bets markets for low exposure ....

ghosty said...

I'll be backing to lay in running Karen Tuttys' other "plot" horse at the meeting Ideal Candy at 8/1 not a bad price, but the ground will do for it in the last few furlongs, it will more than likely be trading a few points lower at halfway, it will be leading or in the van by then ..

ghosty said...

I doff my hat to you sir ...but I'm still with the percentage call....and it doesn't make your strike rate look much better...or your pound stakes wins either ...but I wish you well.

G said...

I'm just really slow at moderating comments, Ghosty. There is no grand conspiracy I can assure you :)

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