Horse Racing: Plumpton the host for Monday’s NAP


HORSE RACING expert Jake Russell (@JakeRuss1000) shares his his daily NAP with his best Monday bet arriving from Plumpton.

2.00 Plumpton | Monday 18th November 2019

Yesterday was a day to forgot from me as not a single Cheltenham selection came home. After what was a fantastic day on Saturday, I'm hoping for an immediate bounce back on Monday.

Juge Et Parti (15/8 BetVictor) was a very impressive winner last time out on his stable debut for Archie Watson. After having heavy market support that day, he jumped well and wasn't to be stopped when taking the lead after being bumped along for a good few furlongs, but ended up winning by just over four lengths.

This ex Twiston-Davies maiden was always there or thereabouts in each race he ran in for the Gloucestershire-based trainer, but just never got there. He ran eight times and finished in the top four on five occasions for them (Form figures 62062433)

Brodie Hampson takes the ride again; after giving him an exceptional run last time out she deserves to bid to make it two out of two for the new Watson recruit. She is the most experienced ride in this, and the experience is what you need to win these types of races, as all the other riders are claiming apprentices.

The underfoot conditions should not be an issue as he has ran on all types of ground, and ran well on each (finishing second twice on heavy this time two years ago).

Watson has found another fantastic opportunity for this horse to get another win to his name, as this Class 4 is not the hardest looking race on paper. The manner that he won last time shows he may have more in his locker, and he will be thereabouts again.

15/8 (BetVictor) is a big price in my opinion and he will be shorter odds by the off. If he can run anywhere near like last time he will take plenty of beating.

Best Bets

2:00 Plumtree – Juge Et Parti (15/8 BetVictor)

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