Oddschecker tips for every race at Towcester on Wednesday.
Dan Skelton runs two here and it is interesting that brother Harry chooses Gi Jayne after a wind operation. Cafe Au Lait has some consistent form in the book and shouldn't be far away once more, while Goodnight Charlie could bounce back after a modest run here last time. However, it could be worth chancing SCARTARE, who has gone well the last twice and remains on a low mark. These conditions suit and this isn't a great contest.Prediction : 1st Scartare 2nd Cafe Au Lait 3rd Gi Jayne
CEANN SIBHEAL ran away with it at Uttoxeter for Warren Greatrex four days ago and the nine-year-old has to be of interest under a 7lb penalty here before the handicapper has his say. Ground like this seems to bring out the best in him and the addition of Tom Greatrex with his 7lb claim to the saddle looks a shrewd move by connections. Grand Introduction has a similar profile but does have to move up in grade, while Oneida Tribe wears first-time blinkers after being demoted to second at Bangor last month.Prediction : 1st Ceann Sibheal 2nd Oneida Tribe 3rd Grand Introduction
BRAVENTARA didn't have much luck during 2017, falling on both appearances, but she made a promising seasonal/handicap debut at Bangor last month and can now begin to make up for lost time. Richard Mitford-Slade has already enjoyed plenty of success with his NH runners (better known as a point-to-point trainer) and he saddles an interesting mare in Dark Aster. She improved from Bangor to Warwick and warrants respect on her first foray into handicap company, while Midnight Glory also has a squeak. Prediction : 1st Braventara 2nd Dark Aster 3rd Midnight Glory
This looks a match between Delire D'estruval and HAREFIELD. The former is rated 3lb superior and should benefit from dropping back in trip, but Alan King's charge might well have supplemented his Warwick success at Plumpton but for a last-flight fall (only one length down at the time) and could make amends with a clear round. Rebel Royal wasn't disgraced in a bumper at Huntingdon on debut and holds each-way claims on his first start over timber, while North West Wind also has place credentials. Prediction : 1st Harefield 2nd Delire Destruval 3rd Rebel Royal
HOW'S MY FRIEND was an impressive six-length winner over two furlongs further here last time and Grant Cann's veteran can roll back the years once again today. Johnny Farrelly saddles two with chances in Finish The Story and Black Franks Angel, while Jennie Candlish's consistent Spirit Of Hale has to be considered having only been a neck away at Catterick last time and remains well treated here. Prediction : 1st Finish The Story 2nd Spirit Of Hale 3rd Hows My Friend
David Pipe's point winner KNOW THE SCORE cost 380,000 pounds in November and he has the chance to prove his worth her on his Rules debut for the Pond House handler. He beat Senor Citizen by six length in that outing between the flags and he has the chance to confirm the form here with that rival making his bumper bow for Alan King. Brascoe and Supremely Lucky are others to have gone well in the pointing field and are considered. Prediction : 1st Know The Score 2nd Senior Citizen 3rd Supremely Lucky