Horse racing tips: Three from Dave Nevison for Wednesday

By Dave Nevison@nevisondave
Tue 20 Jul 2021

Our pundit and website tipster Dave Nevison shares his best bets from Wednesday's four-fixture programme on Racing TV, headlined by a Listed double-header at Naas. Enjoy dedicated coverage from Catterick, Leicester and Sandown too via our Racing TV Extra service.

1.50 Catterick: Redzone

Bryan Smart has his yard of sprinters in really good form and Redzone seems to have run himself back into form after two runs this season.

He stepped up markedly on his reappearance effort last time and ran well at Thirsk to finish fourth in a competitive race. Dropped another 1lb for that effort, he now finds himself just 1lb higher than his last winning mark.

Graham Lee was on board for that victory last season and is back on board here.

6.00 Sandown: C’Mon Kenny

Not many by Dutch Art debut in a bumper, but this one made a winning start in that sphere and then ran second when trying to defy a penalty on his final run under National Hunt rules.

Switched to the Flat, C’Mon Kenny was dropped back a mile in distance and struggled, especially as he was not quick enough out of the stalls. He has now had the requisite runs for a handicap mark and, though he has not been done massive favours by the assessor, his run last time certainly suggested he would be capable of better given he was staying on so well at Chester.

Trainer Ian Williams is a master with this type and has stepped C’mon Kenny up to 10 furlongs here, so an improved performance should certainly be expected. This extremely well-bred yet cheaply-bought gelding may turn out to be a money spinner for Williams this summer.

6.40 Leicester: Sky Bright

If Sky Bright confirms her second from last time on the July Course in this race against her elders, she will go pretty close here and might be ready to lose her maiden status.

Given the form of trainer Ed Walker, it seems pretty likely that she will run well as pretty much everything from the yard is doing so currently.

Sky Bright is described as a scopey sort who “looks the part” and, although excuses may be running out somewhat, it is easy to dismiss her penultimate run when the first-time blinkers clearly didn’t work. This step-up to 10 furlongs may show her to better effect than the mile she has been generally running over.

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