Horse Racing Tips, Live Stream – Plumpton, Windsor – Back the Storm

Horse Racing comes from Plumpton, Pontefract & Windsor today with the latest tips and live stream available for punters.

After a sensational weekend of racing from Ascot, where Noble Mission starred on Champions Day, our tipster Lewis Jones is back to cast his eye over the action from Plumpton today.

It may not be as prestigious as the weekend action, but there is always money to be made….

The money has come for Nebula Storm in the Retirement Villages Novices´ Handicap Hurdle at Plumpton (3:30) and that should be taken a very positive sign.

This hurdler has far more ability than his current mark of 79 suggests, in fact, I would go as far to say that it’s pretty ridiculous he’s rated that low over the timber.

Once upon time, this former John Oxx inmate went off favourite for a Group Three which was won by Red Cadeuaux.

Horse Racing Tips – Monday – 9/4 shot worth a call at Plumpton

horse racing tipsHis fall from grace since has been pretty unbelievable, failing to win a single race over jumps and genuinely behaving like an absolute dodge pot.

Gary Moore will be quick to tell you he’s been a nightmare to train with injuries and that questionable attitude towards racing, but we might be about to see a change in fortune as he returns to the hurdling sphere.

He landed a Windsor seller on the Flat in August and, if that proves to be a strong representation of his new look mood, then the selection looks more than capable of winning thus 2m novices’ handicap hurdle off a career-low mark.

Moore said after the latest win: “He had a run last year over hurdles, but he’s had more problems than Afghanistan.”

He should have had a win over the sticks under his belt last season but somehow threw away a seven length lead over the final two flights at Fakenham.

There he travelled like an absolute dream off a higher mark and looked to have put the race to bed but once he gets asked a question by his jockey the response is limited as on show that day where he was swallowed up in the final 200 yards.

With just 10st 8lb on his back and in receipt of weight from the majority of his rivals, Moore’s seven-year-old holds strong claims at a track where the Moore’s usually find winners.

The 9/4 available on first viewing does look short for a horse of this profile but if the recent win has worked the oracle, then it should be a bet with winning potential.

A patient ride will be needed though.

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