November 25 Racing Tips and Odds: Saleymm the salient choice at Wolverhampton for the Crisfords

Planet Sport peruse the best picks on Thursday, November 25. There’s tips for Dan Skelton, Gary Moore and Roger Varian among others at Taunton, Lingfield and Wolverhampton.

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Movethechains (12.45 Lingfield)

Jay Jay Reilly (12.55 Taunton)

Heltenham (1.45 Lingfield)

Catch The Cuban (1.55 Taunton) 

Sir Winston (15.35 Wolverhampton)

Saleymm (16.35 Wolverhampton)

Down to Taunton for some proper West Country jumps action and Team Skelton have a strong chance with our first pick. Bridget Andrews can produce the goods on Jay Jay Reilly.

12.55 Taunton - Jay Jay Reilly

The Dan Skelton - Bridget Andrews connection obliged last week with On The Nose tip Rockstar Ronnie and can do so again with Jay Jay Reilly.

The five-year-old did the business over the distance last time out at Kempton, beating Midnight's Legacy of Alan King's by nine lengths.

Before that, Jay Jay Reilly came second in a novices' hurdle behind Howdyalikemenow who went on to win again.

Bridget Andrews is an underrated member of Team Skelton and she can follow up at Taunton.

West Country giant Paul Nicholls, can push Team Skelton close with Gala De Corton, a half-brother to the decent Black Corton.

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13.55 Taunton - Catch The Cuban

Colin Tizzard is having a few more winners recently with Catch The Cuban red-hot last time in a course win.

The seven-year old showed he could do with a longer trip when winning by a head from Fergal O'Brien's Naizagai over two miles, two furlongs.

The step up to two miles and seven furlongs should be fine for a horse that has been campaigned at three miles and further.

A four pounds rise should not be enough to stop Catch The Cuban Havana great day with conditional Harry Kimber claiming seven.

Again Paul Nicholls can push the agenda with another Gordon and Su Hall owned horse in the form of Roque It.

12.45 Lingfield - Movethechains

Planet Sport are fans of Gary Moore's course and distance winner who bolted up last time out at Lingfield by 12 lengths.

The seven-year-old also won at Lingfield on his penultimate start by a full 16 lengths which makes the combined winning distance over the last two races a staggering 28 lengths.

Movethechains may not be restrained by the handicapper here and can take the hat-trick under Jamie Moore.

Hoot at Midnight can swoop for Charlie Longsdon, after a gritty win at Fontwell last time out.

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13.45 Lingfield - Heltenham

While this horse may seem the stuff of spell-checker nightmare with regards a certain jumps racecourse, it actually is a useful French recruit for Team Skelton.

Bought from France where the gelding was trained by the beautifully named Donatien Sourdeau De Beauregard, Heltenham came second in a nice conditions race at Vichy.

Harry Skelton gets the leg up and although it will clearly be a learning experience, the unexposed four-year-old can offer a bit of value.

Let's face it, it will be funny to see if the commentators can say Heltenham without calling the horse Cheltenham!

Elsewhere, Olly Murphy's Duke Of Rockingham looks a live chance after winning a Uttexeter bumper last time out but doesn't come with such a funny name.

15.35 Wolverhampton - Sir Winston

Roger Varian is hitting form and the classy trainer from Newmarket had a Wolverhampton winner on Tuesday with Nizaaka.

Sir Winston is, naturally, a son of Churchill and the colt with the stately name comes into the race on the back of a second last time out at Newcastle.

Varian's two-year-old pushed Honky Tonk Man all the way in the North East and can go one better under Andrea Atzeni.

This one won't need not fight them on the beaches, just do the business on the Tapeta.

Karl Burke's Aasser can push Sir Winston close after a second at the course on debut.

16.35 Wolverhampton - Saleymm

Simon and Ed Crisford have a good partnership with owner Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum, with various runners in the yellow and black silk.

This Dubawi colt won over seven furlongs at Chelmsford on November 11, beating the aforementioned Nizaaka by a solid seven lengths.

Nizaaka went on to win herself by eight and half lengths at Wolverhampton on Tuesday which franks the form.

James Doyle gets the leg up with Saleymm looking good for the two-timer.

Course and distance winner Giuseppe Cassioli can push Saleymm all the way for Muir and Grassick.

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