Kenilworth Sunday 30th November Best Bets

Winning Form brings you their best tips for Kenilworth's racing on Sunday the 30th of November. Comments, betting and images are provided! Tips provided come from Winning Form, as well as their back page tipster - Magic Tips by eMeM.

Winning Form Best Bets

Race 3: WINTER'S HOPE(6)
Race 5: TRUE MASTER(7)

Magic Tips Best Bets

Click for larger imageRace 2: BUFFALO TRIP(1)
Jockey: Richard FOURIE - Trainer: Justin SNAITH

BUFFALO TRIP has shown plenty of promise and he was collared close to home by a highly rated sort over a mile, recently. The Snaith inmate had little go his way that day and he shifted ground in the final stages. That was the first time stable jockey Fourie climbed aboard the gelding and he would have learnt plenty about the son of Trippi who finished a creditable 3rd behind the classy Sheer Trouble in his penultimate effort. The top selection races handy so this slight drop in distance won't be an issue and he should go very close from his good draw.

Click for larger imageRace 3: TRUE ASSET(3) - TOP BET
Jockey: Karl NEISIUS - Trainer: Dean KANNEMEYER

TRUE ASSET is lightly raced and she has produced two very smart recent runs on this track. She stayed on well for a close 3rd when finding outside betting support over a mile recently and should continue to improve. The drop in distance is a slight issue for the daughter of Lundy's Liability but she has her third run after the layoff and may have too much class for today's opposition. Her handy draw is a major plus.

Click for larger imageRace 4: CHARLES LYTTON(3)
Jockey: Richard FOURIE - Trainer: Justin SNAITH

The three-year old CHARLES LYTTON appears a top quality sort in the making and he recently reeled off an impressive hat-trick of wins. The Thomas Crown gelding won his maiden at the second time of asking and hasn't looked back since. He beat VALERIN by almost half a length on his handicap debut over seven furlongs in his penultimate start and then completed the hat-trick with a win over this c & d, despite a hefty mass of 61kgs, three weeks ago. The Snaith inmate was handed a five pound penalty but will strip fitter and he has lots of room for further improvement. He should handle the rise in class and is a major contender from pole position.

Click for larger imageRace 6: ANOTHER IDEA(1)
Jockey: Richard FOURIE - Trainer: Justin SNAITH

The Snaith stable holds a strong hand in this sprint handicap but the stable elect ANOTHER IDEA could have too much class for his rivals. The Toreador gelding had shown ability from the onset but suffered a major setback that kept him out of racing for 74 weeks. However, his conditioner's patience is being rewarded as the four-year old has produced two excellent comeback runs in the space of seven weeks. He beat a highly rated sort quite easily in his comeback run over the minimum trip. Then, he ran on well for 2nd behind the highly regarded Generalissimo (set a new course record) over this c & d, last time out. He will be cherry-ripe on his third run after the layoff and does appear well ahead of the handi- capper on his handicap debut.


Click for larger imageRace 8: MORNING LIGHT(11) (Each Way)
Jockey: Corne ORFFER - Trainer: Brett CRAWFORD

MORNING LIGHT found loads of betting support in her much improved second performance. The three-year old daughter of Dynasty was again slow into stride but she did make some late progress to finish 4th over this c & d that day. She was beaten six lengths at the wire but more importantly was just a length and a half behind the runner-up and she has lots of scope for further improvement. She takes on weaker rivals today and should build on that performance.

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