Hollywoodbets Sports Blog: Neil Morrice: UK Best Bets - Monday 30 November 2020

Neil Morrice: UK Best Bets - Monday 30 November 2020

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Neil Morrice brings us all of his best bets and tips for Monday's racing coming your way from Ayr,  Fakenham, Kempton Park and Wolverhampton. 



Trainer: Nicky Richards - Jockey: Brian Hughes

Fearless will be a popular choice for the opener but the penalised CASTLE RUSHEN knows how to win and appeals as a better value option. A bumper winner at this course in the New Year, he landed some good bets on hurdles debut on a return to the track on Halloween, and is considered one of the better young novices from Greystoke.


Race 2 No19 UNOHU

Trainer: Tom Lacey - Jockey: Jonathan Burke

UNOHU has run well in all four career starts for his connections, landing a Newcastle bumper on debut, finishing placed in his other two bumper outings last season and returning to chase home Shakem Up’arry at Ffos Las. The latter wasn’t disgraced in a valuable handicap next time, and gives Unohu the ammo to make a big impact in a weaker contest



Trainer: Donald McCain - Jockey: Brian Hughes

While it took an eternity for O’HANRAHAN BRIDGE to open his account, having done so stylishly at Carlisle he’s now in a position to consolidate. Consistent jumpers that finally break a run of ‘seconditis’ can thrive with tha5 monkey off their backs, and the same can prove true with this hugely reliable performer.

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Trainer: Christian Williams - Jockey: Jack Tudor

Prolific scorer STRICTLYADANCER seeks to complete a hat-trick, and with his proven liking for this tight track is going to prove hard to stop. He showed benefit from the fitting of cheek pieces to gain a second success at the Norfolk venue in a selling chase in January but judging from his smooth comeback triumph at Exeter is better than he was then.



Trainer: Alan King - Jockey: Tom Cannon

THE CINCINNATI KID stayed well on the Flat to end the season on a winning light with near misses at Wolverhampton followed by a snug success at Chelmsford. He was always going to be of interest to a big jumping yard, and has found his way to one of the best in the business with regard to juvenile hurdlers. This is a warm looking heat, but he should not be underestimated.

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Race 2 No7 RIVER CHORUS (Nap)

Trainer: James Tate - Jockey: PJ McDonald

Mehmas filly RIVER CHORUS has shown ability in both outings this autumn and is now ready to strike. She found only the useful Famille Rose her superior over this course and distance and is well berthed to go one better today.


Race 4 No3 CAMPEO

Trainer: David Simcock - Jockey: Jamie Spencer

From a good draw one off the fence CAMPEO has sound claims to better his encouraging first effort at Newcastle, when beaten by the more experienced Crossford. The Acclamation colt hails from a stable that’s doing well with its winter team on the all-weather, and looks worth following.




Race 2 No10 DECONSO (Each Way)

Trainer: Chris Kellet - Jockey: Rob Hornby

From the rail DECONSO will require luck in running, but the Dandy Man gelding showed improved form in cheek pieces to trouble the judge at Chelmsford last time and is now back on the kind of mark from which he could add to his three career victories at the Dunstall Park track.


Race 7 No6 ELMETTO (Nap)

Trainer: Hughie Morrison - Jockey: Ryan Moore

ELMETTO has appeared late on the stage in each of her two seasons’ racing, and on each occasion went down by inches at Kempton. With her liking for the all-weather there for all to see she can endorse the promise shown when beaten a short head by Desert Flyer last time and put her head in front.

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