Horse racing tips: Dave Nevison's best bets for Tuesday evening

By Dave Nevison@nevisondave
Tue 9 Aug 2022

Dave Nevison's three selections at Carlisle and Chelmsford on Tuesday all run within the space of 35 minutes - watch how they fare live on Racing TV.

6.15 Carlisle: Monsieur Kodi

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Richard Fahey’s three-year-old is a stone higher than when he won over this course and distance in June, but he has definitely improved significantly since and still looks on an upward curve.

He produced a useful performance at Ayr last time when scoring by almost three lengths, so it is no surprise he has been raised another 7lb since.

The selection appears to have taken a little time to live up to a decent pedigree and relatively expensive purchase price but looks to be well on his way.

A good draw in stall one for a pace setter is helpful, and there does not look to be too many other front-runners taking him on, so everything looks in place for a good run.

6.30 Chelmsford: Must Be Royale

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Justified favouritism under Hollie Doyle at Chelmsford last time out, but not without a couple of heart-stopping moments for her supporters.

A narrow victory meant that Must Be Royale has only been raised a pound, which seems remarkably generous, and the four-year-old can score again here.

The combination of headgear that was applied there has been retained, and there is hardly anything in this field showing the same sort of form, so it looks assured he will go close again if he stays this extra furlong which, based upon his latest win, looks likely.

6.50 Carlisle: Water Of Leith

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This four-year-old sprinter, who re-joined Jim Goldie’s yard in July, is on a roll and I expect him to complete a rapid hat-trick here, despite a 10lb penalty.

The extra burden still puts Water of Leith on a much lower rating than when he was previously in training with Goldie, and he seems to have very much appreciated returning to familiar surroundings.

It certainly doesn’t look enough to stop him, anyway, and he won at this track over five furlongs in July, so looks unopposable in his current vein of form.

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