Best bet for the horse racing Thursday 28th April

I wanted to back True Accolade at Lingfield Park on Thursday, having tipped him when he won at Windsor last time, but he was odds-on as soon as the Bookies chalked-up and unbackable at the price. The Listed 6f  IRE-Incentive, It Pays To Buy Irish Chelmer Fillies' Stakes at Chelmsford City was another race I had an eye on but it is a bit of a puzzle and I have decided to leave it alone. I do have a bet to be had though.

Best bet for the horse racing at Musselburgh

The 1.50 up at Musselburgh has five two-year-olds lining-up with just one line of form between them for the 5f British Stallion Studs EBF Novice Stakes. Jungle Time is the one that has run before and was second at Yarmouth earlier this month. One of them jumped off the page at me as I went through the pedigrees as bred to be all at juvenile speed and that one is Seagrave Fox. The King Power Racing owned colt is by Bungle Inthejungle who was of course a dual 5f G.3 winner at two from a family all about speed his sire being Exceed And Excel and dam Licence To Thrill. The Dam is an unraced mare Pearl Power who's sire was Dutch Art, winner of the G.1 Prix Morny & Middle Park Stakes at two and she is out of Siena Gold a multiple 5f winner herself in her career. Tim Easterby aint had a two-year-old winner yet in 2022 and this one can break his duck. I have had a go at the 3-1 this morning. 

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