We struck with a second time out Karl Burke 2 year old at the weekend, and a similar formula is being followed again on Tuesday, with the once raced Be Bop Tango looking solid value at 6/17.00+6006.006.00-0.17.
The Soul City colt showed good early speed on debut at Redcar, only fading late in the day. As Karl Burke’s juveniles tend to improve so much from their first start, that run has to be viewed in a positive light, even if a strong RPR was not recorded. Has a good draw in stall 4 and the horses latent speed will be better utilised at Catterick, which is one of the sharpest courses in the country.
A once raced Mark Johnston filly Mistymoistymorning is likely to be favourite after a fair debut run, but she doesn’t look anything special, and is half the odds of the selection. Richard Fahey first time out 2 year olds over 5f always have to be respected, but Catterick is one of the courses where he doesn’t do quite as well with his newcomers. Furthermore that horse is drawn 8, so could be forced to race wide.
Burke is now 52/259 (20.08%) with his second time out 2 year olds, producing a £130 LSP, giving an A/E of 1.65. It really is an impressive stat, and the fact that his runner showed ability on debut gives further encouragement, especially at odds of 6/17.00+6006.006.00-0.17
Eric has been a sports journalist for over 20 years and has travelled the world covering top sporting events for a number of publications. He also has a passion for betting and uses his in-depth knowledge of the sports world to pinpoint outstanding odds and value betting opportunities.
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