December 14 Racing Tips and Odds: Rainyday Woman to hose up at Wincanton

Festive racing action over jumps and on the flat on Tuesday, December 14. Planet Sport have some top tips at Catterick, Wincanton and Newcastle including a Rainyday Woman liable to swamp the field.

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Earth Company (13.30 Wincanton)

Kayfast Warrior (13.45 Catterick)

Rainyday Woman (14.00 Wincanton)

Burrow Seven (15.15 Catterick)

Alrehb  (16.30 Newcastle)

Absolute Dream (19.00 Newcastle)

 

 

We start at army town Catterick and Planet Sport are backing a warrior of Donald McCain's to march on.

13.45 Catterick - Kayfast Warrior

This exciting three-year-old had a great summer on the flat for Tom Dascombe, winning five times over distances up to a mile and half a furlong.

Now sent hurdling for the Middleham Park syndicate by Donald McCain, Kayfast Warrior can translate some of that flat form to jumps.

Top Northern jockey Brian Hughes gets the leg up and there's every chance that Kayfast Warrior will defeat his opponents on debut.

Stablemate Lindwall also won well on the flat and can come on from his debut fifth over obstacles.

15.15 Catterick - Burrow Seven

There are few runners in racing that contribute to such important causes as Burrow Seven.

The horse is owned by the Burrow Seven Racing Club, set up in honour of former rugby league star Rob Burrow MBE, with profits raised from the racing club split equally between the MND Association and Leeds Hospital Charities.

Burrow Seven is by Kayf Tara, trained by Yorkshire handler Jed O'Keefe and can go well in this bumper.

The Donald McCain trained Cartonne has some place form in Irish bumpers and can progress with the move to the UK.

13.30 Wincanton - Earth Company

Well thought of at Philip Hobbs' yard, everything clicked in to place last time out at Taunton with a seven and a half lengths win over Paul Nicholls' Gala De Corton.

The Arcadio gelding won cosily from a well regarded sort sent by West Country rival Nicholls.

That racecourse experience will have done the world of good and Earth Company can tackle Tuesday's shorter trip with vigour.

Neil Mulholland's four-timer-chasing Brief Times is an obvious danger and can give Earth Company plenty to think about.

14.00 Wincanton - Rainyday Woman

A Planet Sport favourite, the consistent Rainyday Woman is a course winner having taken a two mile, five and a half furlong hurdle last time out.

The victory couldn't have been more impressive coming at a distance of 11 lengths from Hobbs' Head and Heart.

The clip back by a furlong should not inconvenience Rainyday Woman who is ready to hose up again.

In opposition, Mascat won a maiden hurdle at Wincanton and can breathe down Rainyday Woman's neck under Tom Scudamore.

16.30 Newcastle - Alrehb

Alrehb has already packed plenty in to his fledgling career, having posted a second at the course and then a win at Lingfield on the all-weather.

The four-year-old has since switched from Charles Hills to the up-and-coming Newmarket trainer Kevin Philippart De Foy.

With two wins at a mile, Tuesday's distance is meat and drink for Alrehb who can follow up under top youngster David Probert.

Roger Varian's Dark Angel gelding Tyrrhenian Sea represents a top stable and there would be no surprise to see him go well on debut.

19.00 Newcastle - Absolute Dream

Course and distance winner Absolute Dream comes from the solid Richard Fahey yard and the five-year-old can follow up from his early November win at Newcastle.

Sired by decent sprinter Dream Ahead, Absolute Dream battled to a game nose win over Ann Duffield's Arnold in the North East.

Absolute Dream had previously prevailed at Hamilton on soft going, showing he is a versatile sprint performer.

A two pounds rise since the Newcastle win is offset by apprentice Connor Murtagh taking off three.

Jim Goldie's Oriental Lilly is another consistent type and has the ability to cause Absolute Dream a few nightmares.

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