Friday's Uttoxeter tips: Faire Part Sivola looks good each-way value

Watch Planet Sport tipster Pete Farries' three tips from Uttoxeter to see out 2021 in style on Friday afternoon.

There's some great action at Uttoxeter to round off 2021 and it's here that Planet Sport are dishing out a trio of top tips.

Here's a quick snapshot of the selections. Click on the horse's name to have a punt with Planet Sport Bet.

Thomas Kershaw (12.55 Uttoxeter)

Faire Part Sivola (14.05 Uttoxeter)

Jungle Prose (15.07 Uttoxeter)

14.05 Uttoxeter - Faire Part Sivola

The first pic and my Best Bet is Faire Part Sivola. He represents the Harry Whittington stable and looks like brilliant value.

He wasn't in the best of shape before a wind operation a couple of months ago and returned from that with a roaring victory at Ffos Las. Since then, in the last couple of runs he has made the frame back at Ffos Las and also at Doncaster.

Given his record, he looks decent each-way value based on how often he makes the frame and he is dropping a few pounds for this race too into the bargain.

15.07 Uttoxeter - Jungle Prose

My Next Best of the day is going to be the Nick Gifford-trained Jungle Prose (15.07) at Uttoxeter. He's had back-to-back second places at Plumpton, having pulled up at Fontwell in April. He was off for six months or so and has looked very sharp since his return.

There's a couple in this race that are very dangerous but I kept coming back to Jungle Prose. He's such a good runner, with so much better form shown at Plumpton. It could be that the break has done him the world of good and so my Next Best is Jungle Prose at Uttoxeter.

12.55 Uttoxeter - Thomas Kershaw

Friday's final tip for those of you who fancy a treble, or simply just to have another single bet, goes in the 12.55 at Uttoxeter. I quite like the look of Thomas Kershaw in the second race of the day.

This is his first run for the Gay Kelleway yard, having left James Unett since we last saw him. There isn't great form to this horse's name. He was pretty poor at Stratford, when he was fifth of six last time out. He's also struggled over trips of two miles and two furlongs and two miles and three furlongs of late.

He now drops back to this shorter trip of one mile and seven furlongs, a trip over which he won here in May, and I think it could now be a very good day to back Thomas Kershaw.

The ground is likely to be very different here but I think at the price we can take that chance and it's Thomas Kershaw for me.

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