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Wetherby afternoon racing tips: Best bets for Wednesday, November 29

We begin with some details on our selected horses at Wetherby, and we’ve got a full list of selections at the bottom of the page.

Don’t forget to check out the full racecard, results and live odds in Planet Sport’s racing live centre.

Good luck and please gamble responsibly.

(Please be aware selections could become non-runners after article’s first publication)

 

12.40 (Wetherby) Missed Tee

Dan Skelton’s record at Wetherby is second to none and he is well represented at the Yorkshire venue again.

He looks set to start the day in good style with Missed Tee in the Watch Racing TV In HD Novices’ Handicap Chase.

She was a beaten favourite on her comeback at Carlisle, her first run since a wind op, but she definitely would not be the first one from the yard to take a big step forward from their first to second runs this season.

It is a slight change of tact for the yard, who had been known for having them cherry-ripe first time out, but Skelton is definitely leaving something to work upon.

That was her chasing debut at Carlisle but she is still very lightly raced, so open to any amount of improvement.

 

13:50 (Wetherby) No But I Will

One of the most upwardly mobile training yards is that of Oliver Greenall and Josh Guerriero and they hold claims in the Visit RacingTV.com Handicap Chase with No But I Will.

A winner over hurdles at Bangor in April, he cut little ice on his comeback in that sphere in a handicap but looks just the type to do much better over the bigger obstacles.

 

14:25 (Wetherby) Indeevar Bleu

 

Indeevar Bleu is given another chance to confirm the promise of his debut win in a bumper when he runs in the Watch Race Replay At Racing TV Novices’ Hurdle.

In winning by 12 lengths at Wetherby, Olly Murphy looked to have an above average recruit on his hands and he was sent off joint-favourite for a hot novice hurdle at Ayr but could only finish fourth.

The winner, Primoz, looked very good but disappointed when clearly not giving his running at Haydock on Saturday. We can easily say that, because I Love My Baie was beaten five lengths by Primoz but was a long way in front of him at the weekend.

The third, Florida Dreams, was the other joint-favourite and had won a Grade Two bumper at Aintree, so there was plenty of strength in depth.

A return to Wetherby can hopefully spark Indeevar Bleu back to his best.

 

15:35 (Wetherby) Moonlit Potter

Market support behind newcomer Moonlit Potter would enhance her claims and could make it a winning debut.

Giver The Hollie might be firmly in the mix after finishing fifth in a two miler at Warwick jumpers flat following a six month spell.

Fellow newcomers Audacious Annie and Seas The Day both command respect.

 

Wetherby selections in full:

WETHERBY: 12.40 Missed Tee, 1.15 Kourosh, 1.50 No But I Will, 2.25 Indeevar Bleu, 3.00 Netywell, 3.35 Moonlit Potter