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Tote Placepot – Sedgefield (Wednesday 6th October)

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Tote’s excellent Placepot bet offers a chance for punters to win big on multiples, with relatively small stakes. Check out Wednesday’s picks for the jump meeting at SEDGEFIELD, which features six Class 4 contests, plus, see how you can claim a £10 welcome offer, when you join the Tote today!

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Race 1 (1:38pm) CIRQUE ROYAL

Two victories and three seconds in six career starts so far, with both of those wins coming back in 2019. Returned after a near two year absence in August, when second to surprise 33/1 winner, Gripper at Perth (2m, good), before another second four days ago at Gowran Park (2m, good to yielding), when 2.5 lengths behind Still Standing. Looks very capable of building upon that in this contest.

Race 2 (2:13pm) KAUTO D’ARMOUR

Picked up a second career win in the penultimate run, back in March, when 4.75 lengths clear of Sheriff Garrett at Newcastle (2m 4f, good to soft). That was followed by a third at Wetherby (2m 5f, good) twelve days later. Returns after a six month break, which may see some rust, but on the basis of that earlier year form, surely must feature one more. Ryan Mania continues onboard.

Race 3 (2:48pm) JOEY STEEL

This Christian Williams runner was a fifteen race maiden, before picking up two victories in the last three starts, taking the maiden win at Fakenham (3m, good to soft) back in May, before adding to that with a win at Newton Abbot (3m 1f, good) nineteen days ago, when leading Facty Of The Matter by 1.5 lengths in a four runner contest. In an excellent run of form (2121) and is expected to be challenging for the victory once more.

Race 4 (3:23pm) CALL THE FAIRIES

Four places in ten starts so far, including a second at Roscommon (2m, soft), when 1.75 lengths behind Punters Poet. Makes UK and trainer debut for Dr Richard Newland today and will pique interest for a lot of backers in this contest. Has placed second over 2m 4f previously, at Sligo and looks a useful contender.

Race 5 (3:58pm) TURBO

Four wins in twenty-two starts for JR Finn’s runner, with recent form seeing them win at Tramore (2m 5f, good) back in August as a 33/1 shot, with that backed up by a second at Kilbeggan (2m 2f, yielding) a week later. Disappointed when fifth last time out at Sligo, three weeks ago, but should bounce back in this race. Assuming he returns to the earlier form, he will be in the hunt for the spoils

Race 6 (4:33pm) LORD CAPRIO

Picked up a fifth career victory, when taking the win at Hexham (2m, good) at the end of August, when a length ahead of Sea Prince and the rest a further 5 lengths back. Handicapper has been relatively kind to Ben Haslam’s charge and if he can replicate that previous run, he should have decent claims for a double here.


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