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Chepstow – 3rd November: DOM’S NAP + NB | Wednesday’s 2 Best Bets

Our team’s two best bets for the action at Chepstow on Wednesday afternoon

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She concedes weight all around but Neil Mulholland’s mare has the benefit of a 7lb claimer and is only a pound higher than when winning at this course back in January.

Beating a subsequent Listed chase winner that day and has won at Plumpton since, perhaps unsuited by the track at Fakenham when last seen.

Neil Mulholland Worcester
Neil Mulholland has only one runner at Chepstow on Wednesday afternoon

Anthony Honeyball’s Coquelicot ran with consistency over timber last season but failed to win in four attempts, albeit she has race fitness on her side following a creditable effort on the flat at Nottingham last week.

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The son of Aizavoski cost a handsome £185,000 but has been a consistent recruit to Ditcheat and won his last start at this track back in April.

Horse trainer Paul Nicholls at Hereford Racecourse Supreme
12 of Paul Nicholls’s last 50 runners have been victorious

He is a former point winner so should excel now heading over fences and represents a yard amongst the winners of late, providing plenty of value at the same time.

Dan Skelton’s Tokay Dokey was unbeaten in three starts before his tumble in the Dovecote when last seen in February 2019 and while he may still possess potential, the long absence is a slight concern.

Dominic Chapman is senior content writer at Low6 with a passion for horse racing. He provides a NAP and NB every day throughout the week on selected National Hunt and Flat cards in both Britain and Ireland. Additionally, he hosts the Paddock Picks Podcast with former Welsh Grand National-winning pilot, Charlie Poste - the pair interviewing and discussing current racing topics with a special guest every week.

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