Andy Holding’s Wednesday Racing Tips 19th February 2020

Danny Kirwan
Doncaster 14:18
10/11
Kansas City Chief
Doncaster 14:50
10/3
Allart
Doncaster 15:23
2/7
My Old Gold
Doncaster 15:55
4/1
Captain Cattistock
Doncaster 16:30
4/7
Adrimel
Doncaster 17:02
5/4

6 tips for every race at Doncaster from Andy Holding today.

14:18 Doncaster

Sevarano passed up a cap stunt when sent off most loved for a Newbury handicap last time and the adaptable seven-year-old is probably not going to be influenced by substantial ground on his arrival to the beginner positions. Igor was another to attempt his submit an impediment as of late and now drops back in separation, while Ulverston was second over marginally further here a month ago and could go under the radar a bit. Be that as it may, this could be the ideal open door for DANNY KIRWAN to get misguided over timber. He was last located pursuing home Angels Breath in an Ascot Grade 2 and the progression up in excursion will suit the point-to-point champ, who likewise beat Pym in a guard, on his return.

Prediction: first Danny Kirwan, second Sevarano, third Ulverston

Danny Kirwan
Doncaster 14:18
10/11

14:50 Doncaster

Course-and-separation champ KANSAS CITY CHIEF was on the scoresheet at Taunton on his penultimate beginning, and having just been denied by a head by the all around disabled Phoenix Way at Huntingdon last time, lands here in the absolute best of structure. Individual track-and-outing victor Bryden Boy was third at Newcastle as of late, with Off The Hook a further three lengths hapless in fourth. Rath An Iuir intrigued when handling a beginner challenge at a similar setting in December and is fascinating currently crippling, while it is outstanding that Brian Hughes collaborates with Toi Story, in spite of the seven-year-old being given a 12lb ascent for his agreeable win at Catterick over Christmas.

Prediction: first Kansas City Chief, second Rath An Iuir, third Toi Story

Kansas City Chief
Doncaster 14:50
10/3

15:23 Doncaster

ALLART holds two or three passages in the Grade 1 fledgling challenges at the Cheltenham Festival and he is probably going to book his pass to Prestbury Park if in anything like the structure which saw the six-year-old run out a noteworthy victor at Ludlow a month ago. Youracert got misguided over obstacles at Market Rasen in the mid year following breeze medical procedure and could give the greatest threat, while highlight point victor Red Nika may have bounty more to go under Rules.

Prediction: first Allart, second Youracert, third Red Nika

Allart
Doncaster 15:23
2/7

15:55 Doncaster

MY OLD GOLD based on her arrival exertion at Carlisle behind Lostintranslation when scoring in a C&D handicap off a 3lb lower rating in December. Notwithstanding being a 10-year-old, she is softly hustled for her age and could have more to offer on simply her seventh excursion over wall. Previous Cheltenham Festival saint Missed Approach is genuinely debilitated if all set on his arrival after a physical issue, while Burtons Well, who sports cheekpieces just because, and Jonniesofa are both fit for getting included if skipping back to shape.

Prediction: first My Old Gold, second Missed Approach, third Burtons Well

My Old Gold
Doncaster 15:55
4/1

16:30 Doncaster

CAPTAIN CATTISTOCK ran on into fourth at Taunton on his tracker pursue debut for proprietor/rider David Maxwell a month ago yet the progression back up in stumble on an additionally running track is probably going to play more to his qualities. The seven-year-old can offer some kind of reparation on this event to the detriment of Just A Par, who put in a point-to-point at Bangor-On-Dee, and Mustmeetalady, who was in front of the determination two beginnings prior yet therefore end up being disillusioning at Wincanton.

Prediction: first Captain Cattistock, second Just A Par, third Mustmeetalady

Captain Cattistock
Doncaster 16:30
4/7

17:02 Doncaster

ADRIMEL couldn’t have won any simpler on his Rules debut at Uttoxeter just before Christmas when walking clear to score by 26 lengths having cost 280,000 pounds at the Goffs UK Aintree deal last April. He was considered for a Listed guard at Newbury before in the month, until being pulled back on the day, and Tom Lacey’s gelding is probably not going to be bothered by a 7lb punishment. The Edgar Wallace warrants regard dependent on his third at Exeter in December, while Slap Dash Harry, who speaks to the steady that handled this challenge with Black Op in 2017, and Roussimoff, who is from the group of Grand National legend Ballabriggs, are newcomers of intrigue.

Prediction: first Adrimel second, The Edgar Wallace, third Slap Dash Harry

Adrimel
Doncaster 17:02
5/4

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