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Free Tips For Exeter Races [5th November]

Exeter Racecourse stages its prestigious 2019 Coral Haldon Gold Cup Day on Tuesday 5 November. The highlight is the Haldon Gold Cup, whilst the supporting races include the Join The Coral Bet & Get Club Novices’ Hurdle and the Novices Chase.

Check out our trends, analysis, and Haldon Gold Cup free tips for Exeter.

Join The Coral Bet & Get Club Novices' Hurdle 2019 Analysis

13:10 at Exeter on 5th November

This class 3 novice hurdle takes place over 2 miles 5 furlongs and 135 yards. This is only the third edition of the race, so there are no strong statistics to help us narrow down the field.

But Paul Nicholls is doubly represented, whilst the big stables of Nicky Henderson and Harry Fry also have runners. All have chances, but I’m hoping their presence makes the market for Ambion Hill.

Free Tip for Join The Coral Bet & Get Club Novices' Hurdle 2019

Ambion Hill has run in two bumpers here at Exeter, catching the eye on both occasions, and it’s interesting that trainer Colin Tizzard had him entered in both novice hurdles on the card. He looks set to make a decent jumper and looks an each-way shout with Robbie Power in the saddle for the first time.

TipAmbion Hill (Each Way) @ 12.00 William Hill

Haldon Gold Cup 2019 Analysis

14:10 at Exeter on 5th November

A first prize of over £40,000 is up for grabs in this Grade 2 Handicap Chase over 2 miles 1 furlong and 109 yards and a small but highly-talented field of six runners are set to go to post.

Interestingly, nine of the last 10 winners were rated between 152 and 157.

Trainer Tom George also has an unbelievable record in the race having trained three of the last five winners, whilst Paul Nicholls has trained three of the last nine winners.

Janika looks to have it all to do off a mark of 162, as he went up 17lb for not winning last season. He also drops in trip, whilst the Nicky Henderson stable isn’t firing on all cylinders and hasn’t won the race since 1996.

Destrier is rated 151, but I’m not sure he deserved a 9lb rise in the weights for finishing third at Aintree last season in what looked a weak edition of the Maghull novices chase. Lalor is also rated 151 and, though he has the potential to be better than that, his stable’s two runners so far this season have been well beaten.

Dolos represents Paul Nicholls but he has done most of his winning in lower grade races and he doesn’t look to have anything in hand off his current mark of 157.

Gods Own is very tempting, as he’s won this race twice before off slightly lower marks and he hails from the very much in-form yard of Tom George. However, at the age of 11, he could just be vulnerable to a younger horse.

Free Tip for Haldon Gold Cup 2019

Charbel looks to have a better chance than the market suggests. He is just 1lb higher than when winning at Chepstow last year. Admittedly, he ran poorly on his seasonal return at Chepstow this year, which isn’t an ideal preparation for this test, but some of the Kim Bailey-trained big guns have won well in the last week. He also beat Gods Own by eight lengths in the Peterbrough Chase last year, when getting 6lb, and he’s getting 5lb here.

TipCharbel @ 7.00 William Hill Novices Chase 2019 Analysis

14:40 at Exeter on 5th November

A first prize of over £14,000 sees a quintet of big stables represented in this novice chase run over 3 miles and 54 yards. Boyhood and Padleyourowncanoe have both already achieved a decent level of form in winning over fences, and the latter is already a course and distance winner.

But only one of the five previous winners of this race have carried a penalty and that makes them vulnerable.

I’m Here represents Nick Henderson, and it will be interesting to see if there is money for this £90,000 purchase after an absence from the track of over 600 days. Meanwhile, Virginia Chick has something to find with the others on hurdle’s form.

Free Tip for Novices Chase 2019

The vote goes to Commodore Barry. Kim Bailey’s 6-year-old won four hurdle races last year and connections avoided the temptation to run him at any of the big festivals over hurdles, as he has always looked a chaser in the making. His stable is going well at the moment and he’s expected to make the 5lb he receives count against more experienced rivals.

TipCommodore Barry @ 3.25 Bet365

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