Hollywoodbets Sports Blog: UK Racing Best Bets - Sunday 1 September

UK Racing Best Bets - Sunday 1 September

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Neil Morrice brings us all of his best bets and tips from UK Racing at Brighton and Worcester on Sunday 1 September 2019. Get your bets on now at Hollywoodbets!

Brighton Best Bets

Race 1: ZAULA (5)
Trainer: Mick Channon 
Jockey: David Egan

Having taken a while to settle in after switching stables halfway through the season, ZAULA has knocked on the door and looks to have her best chance yet of putting her head in front. She's no star but should appreciate dropping back to the minimum trip after finishing second to Whisper Aloud at Bath.

Race 3: CHATHAM HOUSE (1) 
Trainer: Richard Hannon 
Jockey: Sean Levey

CHATHAM HOUSE carries top weight because he's the best horse in the race and can continue his fine run for form in what looks a much more straightforward assignment than he had when runner up to Case Key in a Class 4 at Newmarket last time. The three-year-old travelled and stayed on well, doing nothing wrong to post a fifth straight frame finish. He had previously dotted up to open his account for the year and will be hard to beat.

Worcester Best Bets

Race 1: MIDNIGHT GEM  (7)
Trainer: Mrs S Leech 
Jockey: Adrian Heskin 

MIDNIGHT GEM overcame a tendency to jump out to the right when scoring at Southwell in what signalled a marked improvement on anything he had shown earlier in the season. This looks another good opportunity for him to keep up the good work.

Race 3: DALKINGSTOWN  (1) 
Trainer: Peter Bowen 
Jockey: Sean Bowen 

Strictly on the book, DALKINGSTOWN will struggle to confirm Worcester placings with Present Chief, when the latter came from well off the pace to be denied in a head bob. The penalised selection is around 7lbs worse off but remains the better prospect as that was his third win in as many starts under Rules.

Race 6: BALLYGOWN BAY (1)
Trainer: Philip Hobbs  
Jockey: Richard Johnson 

Returning from a three-month break that has freshened him up, BALLYGOWN BAY can start to live up to the promise shown last year. Hailing from a top stable and dropping into this maiden hurdle from handicaps, the 6yo went well in his final gallop for this.

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