Horse racing betting tips for the 7.30pm Hilary Needler Trophy Conditions Stakes at Beverley on Wednesday.
The highlight of the racing action on Wednesday comes from Beverley with a Class 2 Conditions event for fillies over 5f. Seven two year-olds head to post for this prestigious race which has been won by the likes of Attraction in 2003, a horse who went on to win the 1,000 Guineas the following year.
After a disappointing debut run at Bath over soft ground, Cajoling (5/2 SkyBet) won well next time out at Windsor over five furlongs on better ground, landing a surprise result. She has been recently purchased by Qatar Racing, something which should be taken note of. However, the filly is obviously seen to best effect on truly good ground and she could well be unsuited by the underfoot conditions at Beverley.
Don’t Tell Annie (11/8 Coral) was well backed before landing her debut run at Pontefract back in April. Last time out she finished third, some three lengths behind in a Listed race at York, running on well in the final furlong. Both runs have been on good ground, so she’s untested on a slower surface, but if she handles it, she has obvious claims.
MAKE ON MADAM (4/1 Betfred) was second here over C&D on good to soft ground four days ago, losing out by only a neck. She also ran well over five furlongs at Catterick falling short by only a narrow margin as well. Unlike many of her rivals, the ground here should suit and, after knocking on the door a couple of times, could come out on top here.
The remainder of the field is made up of runners who look like they’ll need to significantly improve to be in with a chance. Agadoo (33/1 William Hill) finished third in her first start at Doncaster, but failed to progress when eighth of nine next time out. With only one start under her belt, Dubai Breeze (12/1 bet365) should come on from that run, but has yet toe encounter ground slower than good to firm. C&D winner Lazy Days In Loule (16/1 bet365) finished about fifteen lengths behind Don’t Tell Annie last time out and should struggle to reverse the form. Finally, Nimble (33/1 William Hill) finished third at Brighton last time out, but needs to improve considerably figure.
In what looks to be an interesting renewal, three runners look clear at the head of the market and it could well turn into a private battle between those individuals. Despite a quick turn around, MAKE ON MADAM looks an interesting sort who hopefully will be able to shed her maiden tag at the third time of asking. A runner with course experience, who handles ground with cut in it, hopefully she can stick her head out in front and claim this prize.
MAKE ON MADAM (WIN) (4/1 Betfred)
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