Friday Racing Tips: East End Girl to put on a show

 | November 17 | 

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There are six scheduled meetings on Friday, split between three over jumps and three on the all-weather. 

Cheltenham takes centre stage for the first day of the November Meeting, ably supported by Doncaster and Wexford. 

The action on the sand is at Newcastle in the afternoon with Wolverhampton (16:30 start) and Dundalk (16:40 start) supplying the thrills into the evening.

Friday Racing Tips

  • 13:35 Doncaster - Samazul @ 7/2
  • 14:20 Cheltenham - JPR One @ 6/4
  • 14:45 Doncaster - East End Girl @ 10/3

13:35 Doncaster - Samazul @ 7/2

Only had the three runs but is going the right way and can oblige on seasonal debut for Ben Pauling and Kielan Woods.

A respectable seventh in an Ascot bumper on his racecourse bow he showed the benefit of that run when readily winning at Southwell next time.

The Southwell form hasn’t worked out well but his final outing of the season has, when an excellent fourth behind Supremely West (three time winner since), Westerninthepark (winner next time out) and Resplendent Grey (won his next two and then chased home Captain Teague in the Persian War).

He looks the type who will improve again this season and is taken to show that here.

14:20 Cheltenham - JPR One @ 6/4

There was a lot to like about the chasing debut of this 6yo when he won a three runner affair at Newton Abbot last month.

Jumping slickly while being held up in last, he put the race to bed with the minimum of fuss when jumping to the front three out and not being troubled to see off Monviel and previous winner Iceo.

He has come up short when highly tried on previous occasions over hurdles but has a good strike rate, seems to relish small field races and, if jumping with the same élan here, can see off the Irish challenger Major Tom.

14:45 Doncaster - East End Girl @ 10/3

Showed great tenacity when repelling all comers at Hereford last time out, eventually coming home a length and a half to the good over Gerard Mentor.

Victory didn’t look likely when turning for home as she was under pressure with a few seemingly travelling better but Alastair Ralph’s charge was nicely on top at the line.

Back against her own sex today, she does have top weight to defy but looks to be in tremendous form and appears to take her races well.

Horse Racing tips, from Betfred Insights


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