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Neil Morrice best bets and tips – Tuesday 14 May 2024

Neil Morrice shares all of his best bets and tips for Tuesday’s racing coming your way from Beverley, Southwell, Ayr and Chepstow on 14 May 2024.

Neil Morrice

Neil Morrice shares all of his best bets and tips for Tuesday’s racing coming your way from Beverley, Southwell, Ayr and Chepstow on 14 May 2024.

Jamie Moore's Diary - jockey talks Goshen and Ascot rides


Trainer: Kevin Ryan – Jockey: Tom Eaves

Mehmas colt EAST TYRONE put in a very pleasing initial effort to finish second at Doncaster. Juveniles from his stable tend to come on in leaps and bounds for a run, and the Fitri Hay-owned selection should have the streetwise quality required to cope with penalised rival Assertively.

Trainer: David O’Meara – Jockey: Jason Watson

On a first start for his trainer, SOUND REASON gave it his best shot at Pontefract to trouble the judge. O’Meara has had more time to get to know his recent acquisition who is now 4lb lower than for his latest victory. He can reverse recent placings with Herakles, who finished just ahead of him at Pontefract, but enjoyed the advantage of having had a run back.

Race 5 No4 POET’S DAWN (Each Way)
Trainer: Tim Easterby – Jockey: Alexander Fielding

POET’S DAWN usually takes a run to put the cutting edge on him, and following a quiet reintroduction at Ripon should now be sharper. He is a five times winner at Beverley, and though his last triumph happened at Redcar last September he’s capable of outrunning his forecast odds, breaking from a very good slot in the gate.


Trainer: Nigel Twiston-Davies – Jockey: Sam Twiston-Davies

BENNY SILVER was a credit to his trainer in earning in all five of his outings last season, although he proved costly to those who backed him. He was a beaten favourite every time, but as this is his first outing since January he may bring a new persona to the table.

Race 6 No5 JUST GINO (Nap)
Trainer: Donald McCain Jnr – Jockey: Brian Hughes

On a first run under Rules JUST GINO made limited impact at Bangor. The point winner is better than he showed, and in the colours of his trainer’s top patron can now bring the best side of his character to the table.


Race 4 No7 BOWMAN (Nap)
Trainer: D Brooke – Jockey: Sam James

A change of scenery together with the benefit of a wind op worked the oracle for BOWMAN when he scored at Catterick last month. The six-year-old appeared to enjoy a return to turf, which augers well for a bold attempt to go back-to-back in this Class4 1400 metres contest.

Trainer: John Quinn – Jockey: Jason Hart

HIGHFIELD VIKING enjoys a super slot three off the rail as he tries to successfully concede weight to all his foes. He proved costly to follow when third at Catterick but competes from 1lb lower in this lower-grade handicap in which he can bounce back.


Race 1 No9 MAYZ
Trainer: John Gallagher – Jockey: Darragh Keenan

Mayson filly MAYZ raised her game to take away a minor cheque at Brighton and that encouraging run has put the cutting edge on her. This looks the weaker of the two divisions of the mile handicap, in which most of her foes are badly out of form.

Race 4 No2 JOY CHOI (Nap)
Trainer: Malcolm Saunders – Jockey: William Carson

JOY CHOI qualifies as a winner without a penalty following her unlucky defeat at Bath last week. The mare hit a flat spot at halfway, but in a few strides came back onto the bridle to lead at the distance. However, she picked her ears and found long-time leader Under Curfew regaining the advantage. The pair now engage in a rematch, but Joy Choi is 4lb better off, which seems more than enough for her to turn the tables.

Jamie Moore's Diary - jockey talks Goshen and Ascot rides
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