Sunday Racing Tips: Renaissance set to make it a big day for Daly

 | March 16 | 

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The Cheltenham Festival might be over for another year, but the jumps racing keeps going strong on Sunday with two meetings in both Britain and Ireland.

First off is Down Royal, before they go at Chepstow, Huntingdon and then Wexford.

Amongst our Sunday fancies is one for trainer Henry Daly, who has been running consistently well recently.

Sunday Racing Tips

  • 15:00 Chepstow - Regal Renaissance @ 8/1
  • 15:17 Huntingdon - Regarde @ 3/1
  • 15:35 Chepstow - Scene One @ 11/2

15:00 Chepstow - Regal Renaissance @ 8/1

Henry Daly has his form in superb form and REGAL RENAISSANCE has been flying along herself, running fantastically well on four of her last six outings, winning one.

She had been edging up the weights as a result of her consistency, but she went down 2lb before her last run back at Ludlow and she has dropped another 1lb in the weights, despite running perfectly well.

She was beaten 11 lengths by winner Della Casa Lunga on that occasion, but that is strong form. The winner has scored off a higher mark since and it was run in a good time.

The clincher is the booking of Sam Twiston-Davies. He doesn’t ride many for Daly, but has four winners from 30 rides for the yard in recent seasons and is evidently a big positive. There should be plenty more to come from Regal Renaissance and she should win.

Regal Renaissance to win 15.00 Chepstow at 8-1

15:17 Huntingdon - Regarde @ 3/1

Jamie Snowden has saddled two winners from his last seven runners and the in-form trainer has a huge chance here with REGARDE, who can be forgiven his fall at Ffos Las last time.

The seven-year-old was impressive when winning at Huntingdon in November and probably produced an improved effort in defeat when third at Newcastle in December.

That was a stronger race than he had competed in at Huntingdon and he was racing off a 12lb higher mark, but he was beaten only four and three-quarter lengths by the winner.

This is different ground, but he was going well when unseating his rider at Ffos Las last time on heavy going and he wears first-time cheekpieces. That could bring further improvement.

Regarde to win 15.17 Huntingdon at 3-1

15:35 Chepstow - Scene One @ 11/2

The 2m31/2f handicap hurdle at Chepstow has attracted only five runners, but it’s a good-quality race and the one who catches my eye is SCENE ONE.

The Lucy Wadham-trained eight-year-old has been in good form recently. She was impressive when winning over this trip at Market Rasen two outings ago and probably found the trip stretching her stamina over 3m back at that track last time.

Nevertheless, she still didn’t run a bad time figure. In fact, it was the best Topspeed figure last time out in this race and Scene One probably didn’t stay the trip.

He drops back to what looks like his optimum distance here and appears to have a huge chance under Bryony Frost.

Scene One to win 15.35 Chepstow at 11-2

Find more Horse Racing Tips here at Betfred Insights.

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