Best horse racing tips for today’s action at Pontefract, Wolverhampton, Windsor and Catterick from Tom Bull

IT was quite a weekend for punters over the weekend as countless favourites did the business in plenty of big races.

Let’s hope the billy bunters can have another good day on Monday and I’ve looked through the cards to help you on your way.


2.00 Scuzeme – Five-year-old certainly didn’t get the best of runs last time out under a very strange ride and he’s worth another chance.

The way he finished with plenty in the tank that day suggests he’s not done with yet and he’d previously been in fine form.

He’s copped a fine draw here and should have another win in him off this mark.


4.15 Harry’s Bar – The drop to five furlongs worked a treat last time out and he should be able to follow up for the in-form James Fanshawe.

He’s up 7lb for that victory but is unexposed over this trip and the runner-up that day has since scored very stylishly in a lower grade.

This isn’t a particularly strong race and he’s open to the most progress.

Bully's Monday Bankers

Pontefract 2.00 – Scuzeme

Wolverhampton 4.15 – Harry’s Bar

Bath 1.45 – Miss M

Catterick 7.30 – Kapono


1.45 Miss M – Bolted up last time out at this track, having travelled very smoothly on the way to a comprehensive victory.

That was a career best and it looks as though she could well be a mare on the up.

If she’s in the same form today she’ll take the world of beating.


7.30 Kapono – Roger Fell hasn’t had long with this three-year-old sprinter but he’s certainly improved him judged on a comprehensive recent victory at Newcastle.

A 6lb penalty is more than palatable and he should win again if he repeats the form on turf.

He sneaks into a 0-70 despite effectively being rated 75 and will likely be too good for these.



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