Kelso Racecards Horse Racing Tips: Sunday, 26th May 2024

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Kelso 14:15

J.A. Wilson Contractors Novices’ Hurdle (GBB Race)

  •  4yo+, 10 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 2m 51y , GOOD TO SOFT (GoingStick: 6.4) (Rail Movements: 2.15, 3.25 & 5.45 +73yds, 2.50 +86yds, 4.00 +96yds, 4.35 +81yds and 5.10 +89yds)
  •  Winner £4,357, 2nd £2,007, 3rd £1,003, 4th £502

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  • Acoustic (33/1) – bet365
    • Acoustic, under the guidance of Conor Rabbitt, has yet to show significant promise over hurdles. Maurice Barnes will be hoping for an improved performance.
  • Blueberry Wine (11/4) – Betvictor
    • Brian Hughes rides Blueberry Wine, who has shown solid form in his recent races. Donald McCain’s training suggests he could be a strong contender.
  • Fairly Fulling (25/1) – Unibet
    • With Ross Chapman aboard, Fairly Fulling has had modest success in bumpers. Jane Walton’s horse will be looking to make an impact on his hurdles debut.
  • Famous Liss (12/1) – bet365
    • Sam Coltherd takes the reins on Famous Liss, who has shown some potential. Stuart Coltherd’s horse could perform better with more experience.
  • Geordies Dream (3/1) – Betvictor
    • Craig Nichol rides Geordies Dream, a horse with fair form over hurdles. Pauline Robson’s training might help him capitalize on his previous performances.
  • Ravenscraig Castle (7/2) – Unibet
    • Conor O’Farrell will be riding Ravenscraig Castle, who has shown potential on the flat. Iain Jardine’s training should help him transition well to hurdles.
  • Rock N Roll Champ (33/1) – bet365
    • Henry Brooke partners with Rock N Roll Champ, who has struggled in recent outings. Sandy Forster’s training might bring about some improvement.
  • Saratoga Steve (20/1) – Betvictor
    • Saratoga Steve, with Patrick Wadge aboard, has shown some promise in bumpers. Lucinda Russell will be looking for him to perform well in his hurdles debut.
  • Someone You Loved (5/2) – Unibet
    • Kielan Woods rides Someone You Loved, who has been fair on the flat. Fergal O’Brien’s horse is an interesting contender making his jumps debut.
  • Dorcas Road (16/1) – bet365
  • Derek Fox partners with Dorcas Road, who has shown improvement in her latest outings. Lucinda Russell’s horse might have more to offer in this race.

Verdict

Blueberry Wine appears to be the most promising with consistent recent performances under Donald McCain’s training. Someone You Loved and Geordies Dream also stand out as strong competitors, likely to give a good run. Ravenscraig Castle and Famous Liss could also surprise with solid performances.

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Kelso 14:50

Schloss Roxburghe Hotel Handicap Chase (For The Wilfred & Patricia Crawford Memorial Trophy)

  •  5yo+, 9 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 2m 5f 133y , GOOD TO SOFT (GoingStick: 6.4) (Rail Movements: 2.15, 3.25 & 5.45 +73yds, 2.50 +86yds, 4.00 +96yds, 4.35 +81yds and 5.10 +89yds)
  •  Winner £5,281, 2nd £2,430, 3rd £1,215, 4th £608, 5th £303

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  • Impulsive One (14/1) – bet365
    • Impulsive One, ridden by Henry Brooke, has struggled recently but has potential to improve. Brian Ellison will be aiming for a better outcome.
  • Go Boy (4/1) – Betvictor
    • Ryan Mania partners with Go Boy, who has shown promise but needs to step up. Sandy Thomson’s training might help him get back on track.
  • Five Dollar Fine (11/4) – Unibet
    • Danny McMenamin rides Five Dollar Fine, who has shown strong form recently. Ann Hamilton’s preparation has him well placed for a good performance.
  • Hidden Commander (9/1) – bet365
    • Sam Coltherd teams up with Hidden Commander, who has had a mix of results but remains competitive. Stuart Coltherd’s training could make a difference.
  • Chapel Green (15/2) – Betvictor
    • With Derek Fox on board, Chapel Green has shown potential but needs to find consistency. Lucinda Russell’s expertise might help him improve.
  • Everyday Champagne (3/1) – Unibet
    • Bruce Lynn rides Everyday Champagne, who has shown solid form recently. N W Alexander’s training should see him as a strong contender.
  • Grand Voyage (8/1) – bet365
    • Sean Quinlan partners with Grand Voyage, who has been inconsistent but has potential. Stuart Coltherd’s training might help him perform well.
  • Castletown (10/1) – Betvictor
    • Castletown, with Patrick Wadge aboard, has shown promise but needs to find more consistency. Lucinda Russell’s training might see him deliver a better performance.
  • Okavango Delta (16/1) – Unibet
    • Craig Nichol rides Okavango Delta, who has struggled recently but has potential. Rose Dobbin will be hoping for an improved run.

Verdict

Five Dollar Fine stands out with his recent strong performances and Ann Hamilton’s solid training. Everyday Champagne also looks to be in good form and could challenge for the top spot. Go Boy and Hidden Commander are also worth watching for potential surprises.

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Kelso 15:25

Look Who’s 65 Elliot Henderson Handicap Hurdle (GBB Race)

  •  4yo+, 8 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 2m 51y , GOOD TO SOFT (GoingStick: 6.4) (Rail Movements: 2.15, 3.25 & 5.45 +73yds, 2.50 +86yds, 4.00 +96yds, 4.35 +81yds and 5.10 +89yds)
  •  Winner £10,406, 2nd £4,784, 3rd £2,392, 4th £1,196, 5th £598, 6th £298

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  • Jungle Jack (7/1) – bet365
    • Jungle Jack, with Brian Hughes aboard, has shown flashes of brilliance but needs to find consistency. Donald McCain will be looking for a return to form with the addition of blinkers.
  • Doyen Du Bar (11/1) – Betvictor
    • Henry Brooke rides Doyen Du Bar, who has had solid performances in the past. Pauline Robson’s training might help him regain his best form.
  • Caithness (6/1) – Unibet
    • Derek Fox partners with Caithness, who has had two wins over this course and distance. Lucinda Russell’s horse could bounce back after some below-par runs.
  • Carcaci Castle (10/1) – bet365
    • With Ryan Mania on board, Carcaci Castle has been inconsistent but has the ability to perform well. Sandy Thomson’s horse has proven himself over this course before.
  • Mack The Man (9/4) – Betvictor
    • Mr. Kit Alexander rides Mack The Man, who is in excellent form. N W Alexander’s horse has been performing well with the current headgear and is a strong contender.
  • Well Educated (4/1) – Unibet
    • Jonathon Bewley rides Well Educated, who has been improving. George Bewley’s horse could continue his upward trajectory after a recent win.
  • Cracking Destiny (7/1) – bet365
    • Craig Nichol partners with Cracking Destiny, who has had success in handicap chases. Ewan Whillans’ horse is well treated over hurdles and conditions suit.
  • Mister Moodles (15/2) – Betvictor
    • Jamie Hamilton rides Mister Moodles, who has shown promise in novice hurdles. Rebecca Menzies’ horse could make a significant impact on his handicap debut.

Verdict

Mack The Man stands out with his recent strong performances and solid form under N W Alexander’s training. Well Educated and Caithness also appear to be strong competitors, with Cracking Destiny and Doyen Du Bar as potential challengers.

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Kelso 16:00

Five Star Taxis Mares’ Handicap Hurdle

  •  4yo+, 9 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 3m 1f 170y , GOOD TO SOFT (GoingStick: 6.4) (Rail Movements: 2.15, 3.25 & 5.45 +73yds, 2.50 +86yds, 4.00 +96yds, 4.35 +81yds and 5.10 +89yds)
  •  Winner £4,225, 2nd £1,944, 3rd £972, 4th £486, 5th £242

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  • Melusine De Pail (3/1) – bet365
    • Melusine De Pail, ridden by Jack Hogan, has consistently placed in her hurdle starts. Noel Williams has her well-prepared for this event.
  • Lone Star (8/1) – Betvictor
    • Joe Williamson takes the reins on Lone Star, who showed promise last season. Philip Kirby’s training might bring her back to winning form.
  • Blue Baloo (12/1) – Unibet
    • Ryan Mania rides Blue Baloo, who has struggled since winning her hurdle debut. Sandy Thomson will be hoping she can regain her form.
  • Mistral Nell (5/2) – bet365
    • Jonathan Burke teams up with Mistral Nell, who looked strong in her recent race. Fergal O’Brien’s training could see her continuing her good form.
  • Bright Sunbird (6/1) – Betvictor
    • Tabitha Worsley rides Bright Sunbird, who had an encouraging stable debut. Rebecca Menzies’ horse might improve with cheekpieces refitted.
  • Aazza (12/1) – Unibet
    • Craig Nichol partners with Aazza, who struggled last season but has shown potential. Rose Dobbin will hope for a better performance this time.
  • Starlyte (12/1) – bet365
    • Starlyte, ridden by Patrick Wadge, has been out of form recently. Lucinda Russell’s mare needs to find her previous winning form.
  • Somebody’s Fortune (11/2) – Betvictor
    • Derek Fox takes the reins on Somebody’s Fortune, who makes her handicap debut. Lucinda Russell’s training could see her deliver on her promise shown in points.
  • Joanna I’m Fine (25/1) – Unibet
    • Dylan Johnston rides Joanna I’m Fine, who has struggled recently and is 9lb out of the handicap. Jackie Stephen hopes she can turn things around.

Verdict

Mistral Nell looks well-placed to continue her strong form under Fergal O’Brien’s guidance. Melusine De Pail and Bright Sunbird also appear as strong contenders, with Lone Star and Somebody’s Fortune potentially providing challenges.

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Kelso 16:35

Ponsse UK Novices’ Handicap Chase

  •  5yo+, 8 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 2m 7f 96y , GOOD TO SOFT (GoingStick: 6.4) (Rail Movements: 2.15, 3.25 & 5.45 +73yds, 2.50 +86yds, 4.00 +96yds, 4.35 +81yds and 5.10 +89yds)
  •  Winner £3,961, 2nd £1,823, 3rd £911, 4th £456, 5th £227

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  • Goodtimes Badtimes (4/1) – bet365
    • Goodtimes Badtimes, ridden by Ryan Mania, has shown promise but struggled in March. Sandy Thomson will be aiming for a strong chasing debut.
  • Toucan Sam (9/2) – Betvictor
    • Alan Doyle rides Toucan Sam, who has placed in two hunter chases this month. Andrew Hamilton’s horse needs to prove he can handle the revised mark.
  • Jeteye (5/2) – Unibet
    • Craig Nichol partners with Jeteye, who disappointed on his chasing debut but showed good form over hurdles last month. Sam England’s horse could bounce back.
  • Grand Du Nord (8/1) – bet365
    • Conor O’Farrell rides Grand Du Nord, making his chasing debut after a layoff. Micky Hammond’s horse came close over hurdles off this mark last year.
  • Baron Briggs (3/1) – Betvictor
    • Danny McMenamin partners with Baron Briggs, who has had jumping issues but is a contender based on last season’s best form. Sandy Thomson will look to resolve these issues.
  • Izzy Bell (33/1) – Unibet
    • Izzy Bell, ridden by Peter Kavanagh, has struggled since a 250-1 third over hurdles last year. Maurice Barnes will hope the new trip and chase debut bring improvement.
  • Derwent Dealer (16/1) – bet365
    • Henry Brooke rides Derwent Dealer, who has not impressed in his chase starts. Danny Brooke’s horse needs significant improvement.
  • Dark Duomo (14/1) – Betvictor
    • Emma Smith-Chaston partners with Dark Duomo, who showed little promise last season. Micky Hammond’s horse is 0-12 overall but could benefit from the new season.

Verdict

Jeteye appears promising if judged on his hurdle form and might improve on his chasing debut. Baron Briggs is a strong contender if his jumping issues are addressed. Goodtimes Badtimes and Toucan Sam also have good chances, while Grand Du Nord could surprise on his chasing debut.

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Kelso 17:10

Borders Growers & Distillers Corinthian Spirit ‘Grassroots’ Hunters’ Chase Series Final

  •  5yo+, 11 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 3m 2f 39y , GOOD TO SOFT (GoingStick: 6.4) (Rail Movements: 2.15, 3.25 & 5.45 +73yds, 2.50 +86yds, 4.00 +96yds, 4.35 +81yds and 5.10 +89yds)
  •  Winner £5,797, 2nd £2,898, 3rd £1,451, 4th £725, 5th £362, 6th £180, 7th £91, 8th £46

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  • Shanroe Street (4/1) – bet365
    • The 14-year-old Shanroe Street, with jockey Gregor Walkingshaw, showed strong form recently with a win at Perth. Though he hasn’t won here yet, he placed second in this race last year.
  • Matts Commission (9/2) – Betvictor
    • Ridden by Jack Teal, Matts Commission is an experienced point winner. He had a notable victory under rules at Hexham last May but has been inconsistent since.
  • Super Citizen (8/1) – Unibet
    • John Dawson partners with Super Citizen, who won here in January but was behind Shanroe Street at Perth recently. He’ll need to regain top form to be competitive.
  • Yippee Ki Yay (5/2) – bet365
    • Yippee Ki Yay, ridden by Milo Herbert, has done well in hunter chases this year, finishing second at Cheltenham last time. He is expected to perform strongly again.
  • Inviction (25/1) – Betvictor
    • Paddy Barlow rides Inviction, who won a point last month but was well beaten in better company subsequently. He has much to prove at this level.
  • Teds Charley Roe (33/1) – Unibet
    • Lucy Brown partners with Teds Charley Roe, who won a point in February but was last of four in his latest start here. He needs significant improvement to challenge.
  • The Macon Lugnatic (50/1) – bet365
  • Isobel Mactaggart rides The Macon Lugnatic, who has been underperforming under rules and in points this season. He appears unlikely to be competitive.
  • Watch Law (14/1) – Betvictor
  • Nick Orpwood partners with Watch Law, who has been competitive in points but faces a tougher field here. Improvement is needed to be in contention.

Verdict

Yippee Ki Yay is the standout performer with his recent good form in hunter chases. Bothwell Bridge, although a non-runner here, also holds strong form in point races. Shanroe Street, with his recent win and previous second place in this race, is another strong contender. Matts Commission could surprise if he finds his best form.

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Kelso 17:45

See You In September Mares’ Open National Hunt Flat Race (Category 1 Elimination) (GBB Race)

  •  4-5yo, 11 Runners
  •  Jumps,Turf , 2m 51y , GOOD TO SOFT (GoingStick: 6.4) (Rail Movements: 2.15, 3.25 & 5.45 +73yds, 2.50 +86yds, 4.00 +96yds, 4.35 +81yds and 5.10 +89yds)
  •  Winner £3,268, 2nd £1,505, 3rd £752, 4th £377

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  • Gale Mahler (15/8) – bet365
    • Gale Mahler, with jockey Henry Brooke, made an impressive debut by winning at Southwell earlier this month. She pulled clear of the others, showing promise for another strong performance.
  • Beau Della (6/4) – Betvictor
    • Beau Della, ridden by Conor O’Farrell, showed potential when running a strong second at Hexham despite being a long shot. She is expected to improve and could be a major contender.
  • Bellmount Lady – Unibet
    • Making her debut, Bellmount Lady is half-sister to four useful jumpers. Trainer Tristan Davidson isn’t known for bumper winners, so she may need more time to show her best form.
  • Dear Dot – bet365
    • With Danny McMenamin aboard, Dear Dot is a first foal whose dam was a distant third in bumpers. Trainer Chris Grant has a modest strike rate in bumpers, suggesting Dear Dot might need more experience.
  • Genies Girl (8/1) – Betvictor
    • Jamie Hamilton rides Genies Girl, who was sixth behind Gale Mahler in her debut. She showed potential and could improve with that experience.
  • Lewesdon Dancer – Unibet
    • John Dawson partners with Lewesdon Dancer, a debutant who is half-sister to a useful jumper. Trainer Paul Collins might need more time to get the best out of her.
  • Catcha Flight – bet365
    • Callum Bewley rides Catcha Flight, the second foal from an unraced dam. Trainer R Mike Smith has a poor record in bumpers, suggesting limited chances for this debutant.
  • Crafty Dancer (50/1) – Betvictor
    • Patrick Wadge partners with Crafty Dancer, who was well beaten on her debut at Perth last month. Trainer Katie Scott has a low success rate, and significant improvement is needed.
  • Jo Jo Binks – Unibet
    • Brian Hughes rides Jo Jo Binks, whose dam was a late-maturing but ultimately useful hurdle winner. She might need more time to show her best form.
  • Lizzie Luna (10/1) – bet365
  • Craig Nichol partners with Lizzie Luna, who showed some promise when fifth at Musselburgh. She needs to improve but could be in the mix.
  • Misaura (12/1) – Betvictor
  • Joe Williamson rides Misaura, who was well beaten in competitive races at Cheltenham and Haydock. This race is easier, giving her a better chance to show her ability.

Verdict

Beau Della is favored for her strong performance at Hexham, where she nearly won despite long odds. Gale Mahler, with a win on her debut, is another strong contender. Lizzie Luna and Genies Girl could also show improvement and challenge the favorites.

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