track-bias-diary-v2There are a couple of progressive chasers worth backing in the handicaps at Exeter on Tuesday and both will be suited by the right-handed track.

First up is KAP JAZZ in the Higos Insurance Services Exeter Interactive Handicap Chase (4.15). The Venetia Williams-trained seven-year-old is on a hat-trick of right-handed wins after scoring at Carlisle and Ludlow recently and his full chase record this way round reads: 211 (2-3).

KAPGARDE KING is the one to side with in the Higos Insurance Services Braunton Novices’ Handicap Chase (4.50). Jamie Snowden’s six-year-old has done really well since switched to fences, recording figures of: 121 (2-3), with the defeat - a 49-length thrashing at Plumpton – easily excused as he jumped markedly out to his right on the left-handed track.


Kap Jazz – Exeter 4.15 (1pt win, 3-1 generally)

Kapgarde King – Exeter 4.50 (1pt win, 100-30 generally)