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Horses in first time headgear on Monday type an 125-1 accumulator

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Monday doesn’t get much more maniac than this! We’re starting the new week with seven racing events, with the afternoon action coming from Kempton, Naas, Cork, Ripon and Newcastle. In the evening, Carlisle and Windsor take over and we have horse racing tips for the whole day.

New headgear can make a significant difference in horses. Connections fit your horses cheek pieces, blinkers, or tongue bands in the hope of a positive reaction and in most cases this will encourage progress. We found three horses that will benefit from headgear for tomorrow’s races and they make up a 125-1 accumulator. See all the details below!


Ralph Beckett has a 20% strike rate if he puts blinders on his horses in 2021, which is what claims by Koda legend all the more interesting. As the son of Kodiac, he has shown a lot of skill for his connections in three opening starts.

He makes his kindergarten debut with a grade of 78, which is far from tough considering his spring form has substance. It’s been billowing since we last saw it, too, and informants are picking up their visors. When they have the desired effect, she will be a difficult horse to stop.


Well beaten on their first two starts in 2021, Golden tip has rediscovered a form in the last beginnings. At the first match, she entered the race two starts ago in Doncaster without having a chance to turn her foot later.

Last time at Hamilton, in the distance up, she went back even closer, only missing the finishing kick. Now the cheek pieces are added, which is supposed to help in that regard, and she’ll be happy to see a return to that surface. Her only win came over course and distance to today’s rating and that makes her a fascinating contender.


Today should be the day for it Big Boy Bobbywho clearly needed the run two starts before the handicap debut in Salisbury when he left the field behind. However, he left that exertion far behind when he was second to a likable guy the last time in Nottingham.

His third start in the campaign should be spot on when it comes to racing fitness, and now he’s got the cheek pieces. Roger Charlton is 4/7 at Ripon for the past five years and 1/1 in 2021, which is an interesting stat, and he’s tough to fight in this competition.


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