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Neil Morrice best bets and tips – Sunday 19 March 2023

Neil Morrice shares all of his best bets and tips for Sunday’s racing coming your way from Chepstow and Carlisle on 19 March 2023

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Neil Morrice shares all of his best bets and tips for Sunday's racing coming your way from Chepstow and Carlisle on 19 March 2023

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Race 1 No7 TZARMIX
Trainer: Sam Thomas – Jockey: Harry Cobden

TZARMIX unseated his pilot on debut under Rules before showing promise to place in a big field of novices at Ludlow. He appeals as an each way alternative to the odds-on L’Astroboy and can prove to be a bet to nothing.

Race 3 No7 SHOMEN UCHI (Nap)
Trainer: Sam Thomas – Jockey: Charlie Deutsch

SHOMEN UCHI made an auspicious start to his career as a jumper when beaten into second in a blanket finish at Hereford before Christmas. Interestingly he took a long time to warm to his task, and will surely benefit from this step up to three miles on a more demanding track.

Race 4 No11 PORTER IN THE PARK (Each Way)
Trainer: Emma Lavelle – Jockey: Thomas Bellamy

Strong traveler PORTER IN THE PARK has posted figures of 32122 to make her a banker in PAs and the mare again holds strong claims to take away a cheque against multiple scorer Felicie Du Maquis.

Race 6 No6 DISCKO DES PLAGES (Each Way)
Trainer: Richard Hobson – Jockey: Gavin Sheehan

DISCKO DES PLAGES took an awkward step when unseating his pilot while holding a winning chance at Uttoxeter at the end of January. He’d also failed to complete on his only other outing this season at the same course, but if putting in a clear round should make a good fist of earning deserved compensation.

Race 7 No10 STEEL ALLY (Each Way)
Trainer: Sam Thomas – Jockey: Charlie Deutsch

STEEL ALLY earned in his only bumper start last season, and though beaten a long way on his Wincanton return he was popular in the market that day, and can do better on return from a mid season break.


Race 3 No2 BLAZING PORT (Nap)
Trainer: Nick Alexander – Jockey: Bruce Lynn

BLAZING PORT was scratched from a similar contest last week and will encounter stamina sapping conditions at this stiff course. Having shown promise on both starts this season this lightly-raced individual can start to make up for lost time.

Race 7 No9 STEP BACK
Trainer: Mark Bradstock – Jockey: Miss Lily Bradstock

Former Bet365 Gold Cup winner STEP BACK is not anything like as good as he was, but the now 13-year-old needs respecting in this new discipline for which he’s capable of doing well and justifying his long journey from Lambourn.

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