Sunday 8 October 2017

Sunday's Best Bets: Jury set to punish, as Duty calls at Limerick

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Tippin' Jimmy runs us through his selections on Sunday.

2:25 Uttoxeter - Truckers Lodge
Any spectator at Chepstow back in April must have been very impressed by this horses victory there. He stormed clear of the field to win by an encouraging nine lengths, in a race that was quite good. He is certainly a prospect with a good future ahead of him as he takes on hurdles today. He looks like a smart horse in the making, and he could be too good for rivals today.

3:20 Limerick - Turbojet
For me Turbojet is the class act in this field, and I think he should be up to defeating this field rather comfortably. He won very easily last time out, and has posted a number of good efforts against strong opposition. The handicapper may have rated him a tad too highly, but the trip should suit and he should go on the ground.

3:50 Kelso - Coole Hall
Coole Hall could be a very exciting horse for Rose Dobbin this season, as the five-year-old makes his second racecourse start. He lost out by a nose to a decent prospect in Royal Village last time out, and that horse won again on his next start. The form looks strong, the conditions of the race suit too.

4:55 Limerick - Jury Duty
Gordon Elliott has dominated the card the last few days with some of his leading horses out in novice events, and Jury Duty is a nice price to make a winning start today. He was a top hurdler, finishing third in the Pertemps at Cheltenham before a sixth place finish in Punchestown's Stayers' Hurdle. If he handles the larger obstacles he should run a very big race here.

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