Thursday’s horse racing NAP: Your best bets for today’s racing from Callum Jamieson

Thursday’s horse racing NAP: Your best bets for today’s racing from Callum Jamieson

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BAR Punchestown the racing on Thursday is very run of the mill.
Chelmsford is next on the ‘how good is the racing’ pecking order and that’s where we go for Thursday’s best bet.

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POET’S PRINCE (Chelmsford, 7.55) looks handicapped to his best but returns to a track he thrives at after a spell on the grass.
It was this time last year he went 211 here – albeit in lesser heats – before a good second to Communique at Newbury.
Ryan Moore is booked and a draw in four gives him plenty of options in what could be a tactical affair.
Trainer Mark Johnston enjoys a decent amount of success at Chelmsford and this four-year-old comes into this off the back of a good second at Ripon.

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Thursday’s horse racing NAP: Your best bets for today’s racing from Callum Jamieson
Thursday May 02, 2019

BAR Punchestown the racing on Thursday is very run of the mill. Chelmsford is next on the ‘how good is the racing’ pecking order and that’s where we go for Thursday’s best bet. POET’S PRINCE (Chelmsford, 7.55) looks handicapped to his best but returns to a track he thrives at after a spell on the grass.

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On a a very quiet day, Johnston’s four-year-old was as solid a bet as I could find and he could open up an each-way price. A proper scumbag bet could be on the cards.
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