Horse racing tips: The 7 best bets from Jason Weaver on Friday

Two from the UK and four from Ireland for Jason.

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18:30 Newcastle – Knowing Glance

Has yet to win on the all-weather from four tries, but has put up to very respectable efforts in the last twice at Chelmsford and also at Wolverhampton. He is now rated 5 lbs below his peak as young Sean Davies on board takes off another valuable 3lbs and looks overpriced.

19:00 Newcastle – I Know How

Is lightly raced on the all-weather and looked to show improved form here last time off a lowly mark of 60. Drawn in the middle in stall number eight looks absolutely perfect for him to get a nice tow into the contest and the team couldn’t be in much better form at present.

18:15 Dundalk – Tyrconnell

Had zero luck whatsoever around here last time when I close up fourth of 14 behind Count of Carabass. He’s not been given a decent stall position but a good jockey can overcome a bad draw and in Danny Sheehy we have one of the more experienced riders on our side in this apprentice contest. Should collect here.

19:15 Dundalk – Nebo

Makes his all-weather debut tonight and has some serious backclass behind top performers like Expert Eye. Rated 109 in his pomp he could well have a class edge on the field and, considering the way he travels in his races, this test should be absolutely perfect.

19:45 Dundalk – Bold Approach

Gets the cheek-pieces added for a little bit of extra focus and he’s not overly raced from a real smart outfit.

Again like many on the card he’s making just his third start on the all-weather and should definitely benefit from the step up in distance with a cracking trainer-jockey combo.

20:45 Dundalk – Muzbid

Ran a cracker over 7f last time and now steps back up in distance to the signature mile-and-a-quarter here at Fundalk.

His ability to travel stepping up and distance will be a solid asset around here as he was just out of his rhythm and put on his nose last time. 75 is a rating that he can definitely win off.

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