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Race Of The Day – The Gerry Feilden Hurdle (Thursday 28th November)


Race Of The Day for Thursday 28th November

3.30 Newbury – The Gerry Feilden Hurdle

The Race Of The Day is based on the most valuable race from Today’s Horse Racing Meetings and we deliver Horse Racing Tips from each blogger to see if we can come to an agreement on a selection. The statistics for today’s Race Of The Day can be seen below, apart from Overall, Month and Day all data supplied is based on either flat or jumps racing depending on the daily race, all odds are based on SP. If you wish to view a monthly breakdown of all previous results, you can do so via this link > View Monthly Stats.

Today’s Race Of The Day Statistics

Picks Wins Win % Placed Place % LSP Advised Winless Last 6
Overall 223 68 30% 114 51% £55.87 £1139.22 1 Picks WPLLWL
November 13 3 23% 6 46% £-5.03 £-43.20 1 Picks WPLLWL
Thursday 30 4 13% 7 23% £-13.14 £-150.50 0 Picks LLLLWW
Newbury 4 2 50% 2 50% £11.11 £172.80 0 Picks –LLWW
Class 1.4 – Hurdle Hcp 1 0 0% 0 0% £-1.00 £-10.00 1 Picks —–L
2m 19 9 47% 13 68% £-2.15 £19.03 1 Picks PLWPWP
8 Runners 15 2 13% 5 33% £-7.32 £-69.57 8 Picks LLLLLL

SBB Race Of The Day Selections

Here you can find the individual Horse Racing Tips from each blogger, if we have a majority selections then it will be highlighted below once the cutoff time has elapsed.

Aidenldrebin – Get Back In Line

Dan has done an in-depth preview of this race and you can find his reasoning behind his selection on his post here

Mato – Chatterbox

Mato has put up his selection for this race within his Quick Picks where you can also find his reasoning for his selection here

Anthony Sherratt – Puffin Billy

Anthony has also done a post on this specific race and you can find why he has gone with his selection here

Zipster – Get Back In Line

Most of these are making their seasonal debuts for this Gerry Feilden Hurdle so how they have fared over their breaks is anyone’s guess, Chris Pea Green has had a run already and was a very respectable runner up behind Pine Creek in a listed hurdle at Ascot but a 6lbs rise for that effort may be too much for him. McCoy rode Get Back In Line to success at Catterick back in February and Richie McLernon replaces him in the saddle and brings his record of 1-25 for ride here at Newbury which is a slight concern.

Lordofthehouse is one I like here but a runner who refused to race twice on the flat and then last time out struggled to get started and then when getting to the first refused so he would be too much of a risk here today to take a chance on but is one who I believe has the ability of winning if he races. Ifandbutwhynot also looks to be bigger in the market than I would have expected, dropping in class today and conditions should suit.

This is really tricky for me as I would love to put up Lordofthehouse but he is too much of a risk so I am going to go with Get Back In Line who looks to be off a pretty low mark for the quality that I hope he has in his locker and I am willing to overlook the jockeys record at this track because if the horse is good enough then he will win.

Jaydubs – Puffin Billy

Its hard to go with this on its last run but even though a well beaten 5th prior to that at Cheltenham, there was no disgrace in finishing behind Champagne Fever, Jezki, My Tent or Yours and Une Atout. It looked a machine in the early season last year but was let down by some poor hurdling. As always with first runs you are taking chances but I still believe there is room off its 146 mark to improve some more. Get Back in Line could be the danger off what looks a very workable mark, while i feel Chatterbox wants more of a test.


(Tips Entry for SBB Bloggers closes at 2.00pm)

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I have been in the betting game for getting on 10 years now, I was a late comer in the betting scene, never really showed much interest in the first 20 years of my life but then I came across a betting website and that all changed. I have learnt a vast amount over the last 5 years, I used to believe I could pick the winner in every race before I realised I could not and began selective betting which is the only way forward. I mainly stick with the horses but do occasionally stray off to bet on the footie or speedway. I am now 35 years old, born and bred in Ipswich and still here and forever a Tractorboy, work part time for a Cash & Carry and have a dog named Dave! That’s about it from me.

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