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Wednesday’s Racing Tip: Swendab handicapped to win at Yarmouth

Lewis Jones was back with a bang yesterday as his two point win advice on 4/1 Si Senor was very well placed. He simply romped home at Kempton. Lewis has found another 4/1 shot today who will hopefully go the same way….

Boom. Wham. Bam. Thank you Mam. Great result yesterday with Si Senor running out the easiest 4/1 winner of all time at Kempton.

As predicted he really appreciated the return to 1m and is going places on the surface at Kempton. All six of his races have been on Polytrack, five at Kempton, and he looks very much at home on it. Jockey’s Osin Murphy’s comments were also worth noting:

“He´s still green and there´s more to come, and he was pricking his ears in the last 2f. He´s got a turn of foot and will mature during the season.”

One to follow through the Autumn season, me thinks.

Moving onto today, and Yarmouth is where my focus lies.

The track is a tricky track to find winners at due to the undulating nature but everything looks spot on for the chances of course and distance winner Swendab, who is a horse of decent ability on quick ground at Yarmouth.

He has been very busy this summer for trainer John O’Shea but has shown a good make-up to deal with multiple races in a short period of time.

Perhaps his best performance to date came when winning over this course and distance last season off a mark of 80 (2lbs higher than today).


He made all of the running that day and never looked likely to be caught. Things haven’t got so well since in terms of race wins but he’s been performing quite consistently around this mark, especially when a close second at Newbury two starts ago and his run a couple of days after that was one to quickly forget about over the six furlongs at Yarmouth, where he finished tailed off after taking a huge walk in the market.

Something clearly was amiss that day and he can be forgiven.

O’Shea has freshened him up since that run and back at five furlongs, he should be among the finishers if returning to the form of his good Newbury second under Richard Hughes. He’s on a winnable mark and punters should be lapping up the 4/1 with a one point win stake.

Profit and Loss Record P/L:+92.77


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