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Stratford racing tips: Each-way pundits have high hopes for Ocean's Of Money

One of the most open looking handicaps at Sunday’s National Hunt meeting at Stratford has created a buzz among Tipstrr’s pundit, who have landed on a couple likely contenders.

16:35 Stratford: National Racehorse Week Handicap Chase (2 miles 3 furlongs 98 yards)
The early market leader is the Warren Greatrex-trained Jet Of Dreams who backed up some decent hurdling efforts with a promising runner-up spot on his first effort over fences at Southwell three weeks ago.
Equally impressive on chasing debut was second-favourite If I Say, who will be looking to go one better than her runner-up spot at Worcester a month ago.
However, catching the eye of Tipstrr's pundits is Arcade Attraction, who recently switched from Evan Williams' stable to come under the wing of Sophie Leech, who landed a tasty 16/1 winner in France a couple of weeks ago.

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She will be looking to extract the kind of performance that saw the nine-year-old gelding salvage a disappointing campaign by leading seven rivals home with room to spare at Fontwell in February.

His chances should be enhanced by the presence of former champion jockey Brian Hughes, who boasts an impressive five-year record around the Stratford circuit (23 wins plus another 36 places from 95 rides).

Suggested best bet: Arcade Attraction each-way in the 16:35 at Stratford

With some bookmakers offering four places for this nine-runner handicap, the each-way door is very much ajar for those lower down the betting to squeeze into the frame.

The buzz among Tipstrr's each-way specialists is that Ocean's Of Money is well-treated to build on a promising chasing debut at Ffos Las in April, when he plugged on gamely to clinch third spot.

He was less impressive on better ground at Worcester last month, but he returns to action off a seven-pound lower mark, while Shane Quinlan's three-pound claim gives him a 23-pound advantage over the favourite.

It would still take the two market leaders to falter for Nikkie Evans' mare to visit the winners' circle, but she could well show enough to give value to an each-way play.

Popular each-way punt: Ocean's Of Money each-way in the 16:35 at Stratford

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