Andy Holding’s Tuesday Racing Tips 14th January 2020
Just one selection today from Andy, after landing two from two yesterday.
FRAGRANT DELITIEP (NAP) (best price 4-1) has beaten a far path in three beginner leaps so far this season, however as two of them came in intensely hot challenges over the present track, there’s a reasonable possibility he will be significantly increasingly focused in these a lot more settled waters on his arrival visit.
Sent off 100-1 for the first of those assignments, Robert Walford’s gelding didn’t shape too gravely behind the conceivably valuable Sporting John in December and in spite of the fact that he was similarly as unconsidered in the market a month later, he ran far superior when third to shrewd adolescent Sir Psycho. In a race run at a rankling run for the conditions, the child of Fragrant Mix was no counterpart for the wide edge champ, however he did just completion seven lengths behind the beforehand amazing Uttoxeter scorer Bullionaire (appraised 137) in the wake of being far behind at midway and that needs to go down as an entirely shrewd exertion for a steed having just his third excursion over obstacles. In any event, taking into account his 37 lengths losing edge, his last circuit time (3.52.1) turned out just barely more terrible than the accompanying lady obstacle won by King Roland (3.51.6), such was the beat of the race he ran in and having been given what seems a useful sign of 109 for his first endeavor in this circle, the delicately dashed five-year-old makes a lot of every route claim in what looks a genuinely frail undertaking.