Friday ITV Racing Tips & Betting Preview

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GLEN FORSA (best cost 11-1) was one of the very disappointing horses in Cheltenham and Aintree final year, but I’m sticking with Channon’s horse. He was incredible made some errors in the two outings, then when winning at Sandown. He could be a price at 13/2, if the seven-year-old was able to sort out his jumping.
CHAMP (best price 5-6) was among my favorites last season, bagging me gain on more than 1 event. He won when returning to the track earlier in the month and should have sufficient to put this away area. He will prefer the circumstances last time he was here, at the monitor he beat on Getaway Trump with ease.
I am not one for going crackers with things on two odds-on shots, however I can’t see either Champ or PAISLEY PARK (best cost 4-6) getting defeat. Paisley Park was good last year beating on everything that has been placed in front of him. It’s good to see Thistlecrack ago, I thought he had a decent season last time, and could be worth a play in the.
CHAMPERS ON ICE (best price 14-1) has struggled to accommodate Cheltenham over the previous couple of seasons but has been fairly consistent off from Prestbury Park. The nine-year-old was impressive when returning to the trail earlier in the month in similar problems. Well worth a punt against this field.
CAPTAIN TOMMY (best cost 12-1) is just another one who appears overpriced. He was not disgraced in conditions on disability debut against a horses that were respectable. This horse might just continue advancing, another value taking an opportunity.

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