Andy Holding’s Wednesday Racing Tips 15th January 2020

Sean Says
Punchestown 13:00
0.5pts E/W
11/1
Notachance
Newbury 15:25
1pt
19/5
Zylan
Southwell 17:50
1pt
3/1
Filbert Street
Southwell 18:50
0.5pts E/W
14/1

Four tips today from Andy Holding.

13:00 Punchestown

SEAN SAYS (best price 12-1) gave the principal genuine indications of capacity in a better than expected adolescent challenge over the present C&D last break and she merits a little enthusiasm to see whether she can expand on that improved showcase.

All around beaten when sent off gigantic costs on three different endeavors over obstacles, Roger Sweeney’s filly was appropriately a 100-1 jab when confronting the starter at the Co Kildare scene 50 days prior, yet she figured out how to run route past desires and finish a respectable 6th in a race which contained some entirely brilliant four-year-olds. The victor, Aspire Tower, has proceeded to elastic stamp himself as truly outstanding of his age so far this season with a success in Grade 2 organization at Leopardstwon since and the third, Wolf Prince, who pursued him home at the Dublin track, has likewise supported the structure since with a success at Fairyhouse a few days ago. Back in the field was Gealach, who has likewise won along these lines, so it’s quite clear in completing among this tolerable yield of adolescents, that the little girl of Battle Of Marengo hurried to a genuinely significant level. Given a characteristic of 102 for her first attempt in handicap organization, she should have a type of possibility of being focused in the event that she hurries to a comparable standard on her return visit.

Sean Says
Punchestown 13:00
0.5pts E/W
11/1

15:25 Newbury

NOTACHANCE (best price 4-1) ran that apathetically here last time it’s anything but difficult to think he takes Horlicks as an energizer, and with the expansion of the first-run through cheekpieces seen as the enormous kick up the posterior he plainly needs, Alan King’s gelding can ideally wake up from the torpidity he demonstrated 28 days back. Landing at the Berkshire setting off the rear of a savvy exertion on the figures at Exeter, the six-year-old was justifiably well-upheld to development however it before long turned out to be obvious from a beginning period that a rehash was improbable. Slow at the primary fence, the child of Mahler never truly went with any incredible reason starting there on and despite the fact that he kept on in genuinely versatile style in the end arranges, he was continually facing a losing conflict. Ideally the headgear will buck his thoughts up this time around as the type of his past triumph when he represented any semblance of ensuing victors, Cloudy Glen, Captain Drake and Worthy Farm pretty much sets the standard.

Notachance
Newbury 15:25
1pt
19/5

17:50 Southwell

The withdrawal of Monday’s victor, National Anthem, makes life somewhat simpler here and the one liked to exploit his nonappearance is ZYLAN (best price 3-1). A rare victor as of late, he does, be that as it may, have a conventional record over today around evening time’s scene, particularly at 6f as his structure figures of 1112 affirms. Without a doubt, his most recent excursion when sprinter up to Katheefa was unmistakable token of his affection for the fibresand and with the time figure pointing towards it being a presentation of some note, Roger Fell’s gelding rates the worth call of the four-runner field.

Zylan
Southwell 17:50
1pt
3/1

18:50 Southwell

As talked about commonly on these pages, a low draw is never a terrible thing on the straight track at Southwell and having packed away a sensible slow down situation towards the far side, FILBERT STREET (best price 14-1) looks set to beat his morning chances.

One win in 17 doesn’t actually propose he’s most extreme wager material and that likely could be valid, yet it merits bringing up the last time he got given a low draw over today’s C&D he was a champ for old associations back in October. Besides, on his first trip since leaving Michael Appleby, the five-year-old gelding did just as could be normal from his casket put away 14 draw the stands side rail and ought to likewise be noted he serenely beat each one of those housed towards the nearside. Not at his best back on the faster tapeta surface on his last two beginnings, the son of Poet’s Voice comes back to the location of some of best exhibitions and a conventional show is foreseen with a clean break.

Filbert Street
Southwell 18:50
0.5pts E/W
14/1