Sunday 15 October 2017

Sunday's Best Bets: Machine has the engine to win

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Tippin' Jimmy has five tips from Sunday's flat and jumps card.

2:50 Chepstow - Equus Amadeus (20/1) ew
At a big price I fancy this horse to run well for Tom Lacey and Richard Johnson. He won his only start over hurdles a month ago, and comes here with a run under his belt already this season which may make him a tad sharper than some of these. He ran well that day, and there should be a bit more improvement from him. He looks like a horse than can continue to improve.

4:00 Chepstow - I'm A Game Changer (7/2)
Phillip Hobbs' I'm A Game Changer could be a smart horse in the making, however he will need to bring some improvement to Wales today. He won twice over hurdles last season, but only finished sixth on his first start back at Market Rasen. He should be much better than that performance today.

4:20 Goodwood - Machine Learner (11/4)
Machine Learner brings the best form into this race, and should be able to make that count at Goodwood this afternoon. Joseph Tuite's four-year-old is being aimed towards bigger races, and this race acts as a chance for him to improve his mark. He ran really well when a close second in Ireland last time out, and can go one better with only a 2lb raise from the handicapper.

4:55 Goodwood - Iseemist (12/1) ew
John Gallagher told me this would be the last run for Iseemist, and this experienced mare could make it a winning farewell. She is on a mark of 84, which is the lowest she has been on for a while, and has run well in two starts off it. She missed the break at Brighton last time but ran on to take third. The return to this trip is also a positive and she is a huge price considering how strong a chance she must have.

5:25 Goodwood - Dhalam (11/4)
Dhalam is another on the Goodwood card on the up. John Gosden's three-year-old has been absent for a while, and was last seen winning a Wolverhampton back in May. The form of that race has worked out really well, and this is a horse that has previously ran well on turf too. He looks like a horse with a few handicap wins in him off this lovely opening mark of 80.

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