Horse Racing tips: Through the Wednesday Ripon card with Timeform

Timeform take us through all their tips for the races at Ripon on Wednesday.

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17:26 – Midgetonamission

MIDGETONAMISSION won back-to-back handicaps on the all-weather at Lingfield and Wolverhampton earlier this year before losing her way. However, as a result, she finds herself back dow to a workable mark, and she will be a danger to all if reviving after a short break now returned to turf. The unexposed pair of Swinton and Power To Love may give her most to think about in what looks a trappy race.

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18:00 – Boom Boom Pow

BOOM BOOM POW was strong in the betting and made an encouraging start to her career when runner-up at Windsor last week and she looks a sure-fire improver now. The winner’s previous experience seemingly told in the closing stages, but there wasn’t much to separate the pair at the line, and that form sets the standard in this field. California Gem failed to justify strong support on her debut at Catterick but still showed good speed and is likely to leave that form behind now.

18:40 – Captain Corcoran

This doesn’t look as competitive as the numbers suggest, so it may be worth taking a chance on CAPTAIN CORCORAN at a likely big price. He hasn’t won for a while, but is now 7 lb below that winning mark, and he shaped better than his finishing position suggests on his return at Catterick last month. He is entitled to strip fitter for that outing now and Paul Mulrennan takes over from an apprentice rider. Elzaal and Blackcurrent arrive in good form and seem sure to have a say too.

19:10 – Reel Rosie

REEL ROSIE bumped into one well ahead of their mark on her return and showed much improved form to resume winning ways at Newmarket last month. She led over two furlongs out and found more when tackled entering the final furlong, leaving the impression that this longer trip should be within range. There should be more to come from her after just four starts and she can prove too strong for Sweet Fantasy, who is a potential improver now making her handicap debut.

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19:40 – Azure Blue

AZURE BLUE displayed an electric turn of foot to open her account in handicaps at Hamilton last week and, wisely turned out under a penalty, Michael Dods’s progressive sprinter is fancied to go in again with further progress on the cards. The main danger could be Khanjar, who was made to work quite hard to get off the mark at Ascot when last seen back in September but is fancied to kick on now moving into handicaps.

20:10 – Wheres Jeff

WHERE’S JEFF was ridden by an inexperienced rider when third at Hamilton last time and didn’t get much luck in-running, finishing with plenty of running left at the line. He would have likely been involved in the finish with a clear run and he is expected to take advantage of being left on the same mark now, which is still 2 lb lower than his last winning one. True Courage never really looked like justifying support over C&D last time but he is effective here and he ought to be a factor.

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20:40 – Tothenines

TOTHENINES would have shown improvement had he not endured a troubled passage at Haydock a week ago and, back in maiden company, he’s fancied to open his account at the likely expense of Burgoo Beauty, who shaped with encouragement on debut.

Ripon betting tips:

17:26 – Midgetonamission
18:00 – Boom Boom Pow
18:40 – Captain Corcoran
19:10 – Reel Rosie
19:40 – Azure Blue
20:10 – Wheres Jeff
20:40 – Tothenines

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