Horse racing ideas: Market Rasen, Sedgefield and Kempton best bets, Tuesday 4th February

Read today’s racing ideas from our professional tipster, who has been in a rich vein of type in current weeks. There’s additionally a brilliant sign-up supply to again them with.

They go jumping this afternoon at Sedgefield and Market Rasen, while there is an all-weather card from Kempton on the Flat which concludes the action for the day within the UK.

Our main selection is a Venetia Williams runner at Market Rasen who ought to prevail for the second time over fences, while we now have flagged up a Nigel Hawke horse who can stay unbeaten over fences following his run at Sedgefield.

Backing certainly one of our racing tips? Sign as much as a model new Grosvenor Sport account and you’ll double the percentages on your first wager.

Odds right on the time of publishing and are topic to change

Got a Grosvenor Sport account already? Check out more of the.

Market Rasen 2:forty five betting tip: Going in Cuban Pete’s favour 

Venetia Williams’ runners are usually famend for being so resolute on soft and heavy situations, nevertheless, Cuban Pete looks to be a horse from her yard who will benefit from the better floor within the Eric And Lucy Papworth Handicap Chase (Market Rasen 2:45).

The eight-year-old made a profitable start to his chase profession when he scored at Hereford over 2m5f on Good floor. His sole victory over hurdles back in March came on Good To Soft going.

Given his preference to better ground, it must be no shock that he has not been at his finest on his last two appearances. It was Heavy at Lingfield when he was second of 4 runners two starts ago, whereas the official going was Soft last outing at Kelso where he was fourth of eight.

Williams’ runner is capable of more success over fences and he has a fantastic likelihood of adding to his tally over this slightly longer distance here. He is 2/1 to beat six rivals on this drop down in school.

Sedgefield 3:00 betting tip: Ouro Branco can follow up

Ouro Branco returned to action after nearly two years off the observe at Catterick last time the place he made a profitable start to his chase profession. He can comply with up from that success in the Spray Technologies Aerosols Handicap Chase (Sedgefield 3:00).

A lot of credit has to go to Nigel Hawke for the coaching performance as his horse was fully fit on his return to the racecourse. He seems to be a natural jumper over fences as he didn’t put a foot wrong.

Ouro Branco stayed on actually strongly at the end where the margin of victory may have truly been a lot wider than the 2½L had Connor O’Farrell not eased up his mount when the race was in the bag.

It is unsurprising that the handicapper has raised the seven-year-old up 6lb for that success. He was rated 4lb greater than this current mark at one point over hurdles earlier than his absence and it is very doubtless that he’s a greater chaser than hurdler.

Take Hawke’s runner at 9/4 to make it two wins from two over fences over this extended 2m journey at Sedgefield.

Kempton 7:00 betting tip: Bobby to have more C&D success at Kempton

Bobby Wheeler’s sole win on the AW came over the C&D he might be going through in the Handicap and this race is a great chance for him to repeat that feat.

Clive Cox’s runner stepped up in class after his victory over this C&D the place he struggled in three appearances, including when he was last of 10 runners at Lingfield (1m) on his penultimate outing.

The handicapper eased him 5lb within the weights previous to his latest start and it actually assist as he completed second of six. That constructive run could have pleased his connections and gives him one thing to build upon right here on his return to this C&D.

At 4/1 in the betting, Bobby Wheeler is great value to score from prime weight in this class 4 handicap contest.