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Horse Racing Tips: 7 smart picks from Timeform at Carlisle on Thursday

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SO SCOTTISH was well secured to open his hurdles account at Kilbeggan last month and it was hard not to be impressed by the manner of his victory in the pursuit debut at Tipperary 17 days ago. He was strong again in the market and he traveled powerfully all the way before tacking clear in the closing stages. He’s definitely arriving in top form and hard to beat looking for a third win in a row. Stoner’s Choice almost shades the vote for the predicted place over the chasing novice Grand Voyage.


Maximilian was strong at the finish, winning both starts at this venue last season, and this points winner sure seems to be enjoying this longer hurdle race and he can extend his unbeaten rules record to three (also winning his only points start). ). ). Get Up Mush has joined a top team after finishing third in Irish points on his only outing so he has to be respected along with long-range bumper winner Densworth.

There’s a lot to be gained from a shout in a competitive handicap, and it can be worth taking a risk WE ARE GOING AGAIN. He did well under the circumstances when he opened his account on the debut for that court at Market Rasen in July and quickly dissipated a lesser effort when he finished third at Southwell last month without being ideally placed. There could be more to come and he may prove too strong for Allbetsoff, who did well third at Warwick and is being treated fairly with a handicap, while Benson demands the market’s attention in his debut for a new yard.


NO CRUISE YET has won three times since joining Sam England and looked better than ever as he won his last two starts, supported well as he narrowly rejected another improver last time out at Carlisle and the pair pulled away significantly rest off. He’s put on another 6 pounds in the weights but seems to have placed well here. Speaking of The Devil can get fresh well, so the selection can be the most thought-provoking.

COOPER’S CROSS confirmed the promise of his hunting debut when he opened his account at Sedgefield last season and did well to land a small gamble after conceding the first heat against runners-up but going down well. Last seen at Ayr in May he was again strong in the bets and arguably unlucky not to come home in front, giving the eventual winner another lead but not being able to this time to push him back. The pair pulled clear from the rest and they look in solid form to return to the scoreboard after another break. The reliable road warrior tops the list of dangers.

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KILLYBEG’S JUNIOR has tasted success between the flags since last under the rules and is very attractive for Fergal O’Brien, who is doing so well with new recruits, while Harry Skelton’s booking is eye-catching. Fenland Tiger is a notable handicap debutant that should be respected when the market is in his favour, and The Great Georgia is another to watch.

Thought Bouncing bobby did not excel in four hurdle starts last season and is of strong interest here after a productive campaign at this level. Last year’s Headscarf Lil winner will surely make a bold attempt to stage a repeat when he’s fully fit after a six-month absence. She is second pick to Ralphy Boy Two, who could well be past his previous hurdle form and is now pitched into a handicap.

Thursday’s Carlisle Tips

13:05 So Scottish
1:35 p.m. Maximilian
14:10 We go again
14:45 No cruise yet
15:20 Cooper’s Cross
15:55 Killybegg’s Junior
16:30 Bouncing bobby

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