Winning Form share all of their best bets and tips for Monday’s racing coming your way from Hollywoodbets Scottsville on 24 January 2022.
Winning Form Best Bets (Computerised)
Race 1: ONLY HEARTS (3)
Race 2: SUPERIOR FORCE (11)
Race 4: MASTER VISION (7)
Race 8: CYBER TIME (13)
Magic Tips Best Bets
Race 1: ONLY HEARTS (3)
Jockey: Moodley S – Trainer: Miller M
Trainer Mike Miller holds a strong hand in this contest and can saddle the first two past the post. ONLY HEARTS produced a promising debut effort over 800m on this course. She showed good speed before outrun late by stable companion, Air Of Mystery. The daughter of Querari would have gained from the experience and if suited to the extra furlong on offer, she should go one better.
Race 5: SPRING HIGH (4)
Jockey: Veale S – Trainer: Drier D
SPRING HIGH has good recent form lines to his credit. He stayed on nicely when finishing third over a mile last time. The son of Querari has won once and finished second once from four starts over this distance. He won his only attempt on this course and with just 54kgs on his back, he can keep that record intact.
Top Bet For Today
Race 6: ANCIENT EPIC (8)
Jockey: Marcus A – Trainer: Van Zyl G
ANCIENT EPIC followed up her maiden win with a good second-place finish over this distance. It must be noted that Princess Donelly has come out and won again since. She has won once, finished second once and third once from as many starts over this C&D. The daughter of Vercingetorix should strip much fitter and with Anton Marcus in the saddle, she should be the one to beat.
Race 8: NAPOLEON (11)
Jockey: Marcus A – Trainer: Snaith J
NAPOLEON has shown improvement in each of his races to date. He raced from a handy position over this distance last time and stayed on at the finish. The son of Rafeef is having his peak run today and should be cherry-ripe. With a bit of luck from his wide draw, he should be the one to beat.
Value Bet For Today
Race 7: PEARL OF ASIA (14)
Jockey: D Dillon – Trainer: Hill Robbie
PEARL OF ASIA was slow into stride over 1000m last time, but the manner in which he finished off his race was eye-catching. He has won three times from five starts over this C&D. The 12-week break would have done him the world of good and if not too far out of his ground at the halfway mark, he should return to winning ways.