Free Tip – The wet stuff is a blessing.

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Here’s today’s selection

2:25 Chepstow – Burrows Park

Half an inch of rain this morning at Chepstow has changed the going markedly, although that ought not to be a problem for the trio we’ve picked out – indeed it moves one up from mention to bet, and hopefully the wet stuff is a blessing.

It’s not usually good advice to side with a ten-year-old in a novice chase, especially after an absence, but rules are made to be broken, and I cannot resist having a swing at BURROWS PARK in the Cazoo Novices’ Limited Handicap Chase, particularly as he follows a pattern which is proving very profitable at present. Burrows Park represents two very strong punting angles for followers of Venetia Williams, those being horses returning from a significant absence (5+ months) and horses having had wind surgery.

Backing all Venetia’s runners after 150 days or more off the track produces winners at a steady rate of around 18%, and those backing them for a tenner at SP are £1,929.00 up over the years, and backing those runners returning from a breathing operation in the same way has made punters a healthy £773.70 in the few years since such things had to be declared.

Not only has Burrows Park had wind surgery since last being seen, but you can throw in a 327-day absence into the mix. He’s also 7lb below his last winning mark over hurdles. In an ideal world, there would be a bit more ease underfoot, but it seems rude to desert such a good system after the likes of Cloudy Glen (33/1), Commodore (7/1) and Quick Wave (10/1) had proved its worth in recent months from just a handful of runners meeting both criteria.

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