RedsBet Daily Horse Racing Pointers

Expert tips to help guide you into the winners' enclosure with some daily horse racing pointers from the latest stats, trends & observations.

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Horse Racing is one of the most popular sports to bet on in the UK but choosing where to stick your money isn’t always that easy.

However, there are several factors like form and the condiitons that can be taken into account when placing your money. Tom Lee, the resident racing expert from our sister site FansBet, is here to give his daily horse racing betting pointers. There are a host of horse races coming up so keep your eye on Tom’s pointers to put you in with the chance of winning big.

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Meetings, First Race Time And Likely Conditions

Monday 28th January 2019

Kempton – 1.00pm – Good to Soft

Ludlow – 1.45pm – Good to Soft (Good)

Wolverhampton – 4.50pm – Standard

Ones To Watch / Daily Betting Pointers

  • “Enjoying a stellar season and placing his horses with great accuracy, former footballer and now ace dual purpose trainer Phil Kirby goes on the lookout for winner 33 of the jumps campaign for his North Yorkshire stable today, aiming to make it three winning days on the bounce by running the mare Cara’s Way in the 2.20 Ludlow – his only runner of the day. Nudged up four pounds for her victory at Doncaster 19 days ago on her stable debut, the six-year-old by Robin Des Champs will once again be ridden by Sean Quinlan.”


  • “Sixth in a Grade One at Aintree back in April, Nicky Henderson’s 149-rated On The Blind Side has his second try over fences and his second outing since wind surgery in the 1.30 Kempton this afternoon. Can he now transfer his hurdling ability to the larger obstacles?”


  • “A total of 4 winners from 13 runners for a 31% strike-rate has been the reward for Newmarket trainer Simon Crisford in the early weeks of 2019. Today he sends just one representative to Wolverhampton, saddling former course and distance scorer Pride’s Gold in the 6.25 race, a 0-105 fillies’ handicap.”


  • “Another Flat trainer enjoying the early part of the new year is Archie Watson. His Upper Lambourn stable has already posted six winners since January 1st and today has three runners at Wolverhampton, all of whom feature in the front three in the market for their respective races. Could the Archie Watson Wolverhampton patent be the way to go? His runners are:”

4.50 – 8 Rare

5.25 – 4 Secret Ace

6.25 – 2 Peak Princess

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