Daily Horse Racing Betting Tips
|Calico||2.25 Ayr - Sunday||7/2||bet365|
|Tamaroc Du Mathan||3.00 Ayr - Sunday||2/1||Paddy Power|
|The Ferry Master||3.35 Ayr - Sunday||20/1||888sport|
Tip 1 – 2.25 Ayr – Calico
Dan and Harry Skelton won this race in 2016 with Ch'Tibello and the duo may have the answer to this year's renewal again with Calico. The five-year-old made an impressive racecourse debut when bolting up at Ludlow in January. He followed that up with a fine 2nd place finish to Cape Gentleman in the Dovecote and won his next start easily at Warwick.
The Soldier Hollow gelding looks like a horse trending in the right direction and could be well ahead of the handicapper off his current mark of 139.
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Tip 2 – 3.00 Ayr – Tamaroc Du Mathan
Paul Nicholls keeps Tamaroc Du Mathan at the intermediate trip of 2m4f at Ayr on Sunday and against a small but select field, it could pay dividends. He ran into Shiskin at Christmas and was excellent in second and prior to that was a ready winner at Wincanton in November.
Last seen winning the Pendil Novices' Chase in impressive fashion at Kempton he looks tailormade for Sunday's assignment and can get the better of Allmankind who steps up in trip after disappointing at the Cheltenham Festival.
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Tip 3 – 3.35 Ayr - The Ferry Master
The Scottish Grand National is one of the highlights of the racing year as the National Hunt season draws to a close with flat racing soon taking centre stage. This year's renewal has attracted a competitive field of 23 runners with Soldier of Love look set to go off clear favourite.
Novices have a fine record in this race and one that catches the eye off a low weight is Sandy Thompsons unexposed eight year old The Ferry Master. The gelding has taken very well to chasing on the back of wind surgery, winning in cheekpieces at Kelso and Newcastle at the start of the season. He disappointed in a hot race at Haydock last time out which can be put down to the shorter trip. Sunday's slog of 4 miles should be right up his street and should give a bold showing if getting into a rythym out in front.
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