Our team picked out two winners from Friday’s Lucky 15 at Punchestown and we kickstart the working week with a quartet of picks at Fakenham.
Action in Norfolk begins at 2:10pm on Tuesday afternoon and there are a total of six races on the card.
Will our shouts make it a profitable day?
Take a read.
Treacys Jim | 2:45pm Stay At Fakenham Racecourse Caravan Camping Site Handicap Chase | Reece‘s Pick
Jimmy Frost’s charge showed his liking for both this trip and ground at Newton Abbot on his most recent start last month after a series of fairly underwhelming efforts.
A switch to fences appears to have worked the oracle for the former pointer and he’s off a lowly mark of 79, with the booking of Jamie Moore an eyecatcher.
He’s still only 7-years-old and leaves the impression that he’s been saved for a test like this, and has been well supported in the market as a result.
Tossapenny | 3:20pm Snellings Maiden Hurdle | Dom‘s Pick
The son of Presenting made a pleasing return to action after a lengthy spell away from the track at Hereford in February, finishing third and still remaining without victory under rules to date.
He’s been highly unfortunate to not shed his maiden status, being beaten by a short-head on two occasions and a nose on another.
Adam Wedge’s mount has without doubt the best form in the book heading here and in a weak enough looking contest, he should be very tough to beat.
The right side of evens (correct at the time of writing) could prove very good value.
Mr Yeats | 3:55pm Snellings Novices’ Handicap Hurdle | Reece’s Pick
Milton Harris’s four-year-old has been given plenty of runs since the turn of the year but clearly improved for the switch to handicap company at Taunton last time out.
He’s now upped in trip and on a 3lbs lower mark, could be the answer in a race where plenty have question marks over them.
With a repeat of his Somerset effort and Mitchell Bastyan taking a handy 3lbs off his back, the son of Yeats is sure to go close here.
Robin Of Sherwood | 4:25pm Snellings Norfolk National Handicap Chase | Dom’s Pick
It could pay to side with the in-form David Rees runner, who is now on a career-high mark following victory at Warwick on his last start.
He’s not got too many miles on the clock given his age and appears to have excelled now running over marathon trips which he will face again here.
Sean Bowen gets a good tune out of him and retains the partnership in East Anglia this afternoon, and could run another big race with a very light weight on his back.
Tuesday 4th May Lucky 15 | Fakenham
- Treacys Jim: 2:45pm
- Tossapenny: 3:20pm
- Mr Yeats: 3:55pm
- Robin Of Sherwood: 4:25pm
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