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The Best Horse Racing Tips for Chepstow on Monday

Following five days of top class Horse Racing from Royal Ascot last week it is back to more run of the mill action on Monday, with Chepstow in the afternoon and Windsor in the evening providing Horse Racing on the Flat.

We will provide Horse Racing tips, previews and predictions for three races from the Welsh track, those taking place at 4.30pm, 5.00pm and 5.30pm.

Our Tip for the 4.30 at Chepstow:

Despite being 3lb out of the weights, the Sarah Hollinshead-trained Castlerea Tess could offer something in the way of each-way value at a big price in a poor sprint handicap.

Two of the eight-year-old mare’s four victories on turf have come over today’s course and distance, off marks of 60 and 48, in June 2017 and July 2019.

The mount of Rob Hornby seems to reserve her best for this time of year (beaten two lengths and two and a quarter lengths on the course last July) and off what is now a career-low turf rating of 44, the mare can improve upon her recent effort at Redcar when missing the break.

Atty’s Edge, beaten only a length on the course earlier this month, and Nottingham third Red Bravo are another two to consider.

Our Tip for the 5.00pm at Chepstow:

Runner-up in three of his last four starts, this looks a good opportunity for the Michael Blake-trained Bounty Pursuit to take his career victories to eight in the hands of Megan Nicholls.

The nine-year-old won twice on the course in 2019 off higher marks (once with today’s rider in the saddle). And almost made it three at Chepstow on his most recent start when going down by a neck in a 17-runner 7f handicap earlier this month.

The drop down to 6f should not inconvenience the Pastoral Pursuits gelding who is more than capable of winning for the first time in almost two years off a mark of only 61. Sir Roderic has been out of form of late but runs well here (yet to finish out of the frame in four starts) and could finish in the money once again.

Our Tip for the 5.30pm at Chepstow:

Ghepardo was a shock 50/1 winner over course and distance earlier this month beating two of today’s rivals, Our Man In Havanah and Aquadabra.

Whether the six-year-old mare is capable of repeating the feat off a 5lb higher mark is open to question. And it could be that the third horse home on that occasion, Aquadabra, can record her first win since successful over course and distance in July 2019.

The daughter of Born To Sea has yet to finish out of the first three in four starts this season. And off a mark 5lb lower than when last successful, the mount of Luke Morris looks sure to go close.

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