November 3 Racing Tips and Odds: Good Risk At All the foolproof pick at Chepstow

Planet Sport look to Chepstow on Wednesday, November 3 with tips for both a Gold Cup winning jockey and trainer who used to work together. We also have top choices from Kempton and Musselburgh.

Here's a quick snapshot of Wednesday's selections. Just click on the horse's name below to place a wager with Planet Sport Bet.

Good Risk At All (12.30 Chepstow)

Collingham (1.50 Musselburgh) 

Gouet Des Bruyeres (2.20 Musselburgh)

Brave Kingdom (3.00 Chepstow) 

Mobadra (4.45 Kempton) 

Capote’s Dream (5.15 Kempton) 

All wagers carry risk but Planet Sport have an opening pick that ticks the right boxes. Jockey turned trainer Sam Thomas is a damn good shout at Chepstow.

12.30 Chepstow - Good Risk At All

The Gold Cup winning jockey Sam Thomas has made a good start to training and looks to have a decent animal in Good Risk At All.

Based just outside Cardiff, the short hop to Chepstow is no bother at all for this five-year-old who has already won at Cheltenham.

However it is the last time out win in a Newbury bumper which is most eye-catching as Good Risk At All beat subsequent Cheltenham Class 2 winner I like To Move It.

Nigel Twiston-Davies' charge was an easy three and a quarter length winner at jumps HQ, which is super form for Good Risk At All for this Class 4 hurdle in Wales.

Victor Dartnell's Exmoor Express rates a danger, being a course and distance winner who clearly likes it round Chepstow.

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3.00 Chepstow - Brave Kingdom

Paul Nicholls is due a win after Hitman's last gasp defeat on Tuesday.

Brave Kingdom presents that opportunity after a solid bumper win in February at Fontwell.

A fair third in an Irish maiden saw Brave Kingdom switch to Harry Whittington but has now joined the powerful Nicholls yard and can come on some more.

Gavin Sheehan gets the leg up and it won't take much bravery to back this Nicholls likely sort.

Mumbo Jumbo can press Brave Kingdom for the Emma Lavelle yard. A second in a heavy ground Newbury bumper sets him up for a good show and wind surgery may have helped.

4.45 Kempton - Mobadra

Roger Varian and Sheikh Ahmed Al Maktoum represent some serious class at Kempton with Mobadra.

A winner on her penultimate start over a mile at Haydock, the filly is clipped back to seven furlongs here.

Mobadra registered a half length second to subsequent Sir Michael Stoute winner Duty Of Care on the all-weather at Newcastle so shouldn't be perturbed by the Kempton Polytrack.

Never out of the top two in her last three starts, the consistent Mobadra can take this one and begin to fill her form column with ones.

Kevin Philippart De Foy is no Street Kid but his horse of the same name has the potential to give Varian a headache.

Another fairly consistent performer, the three-year-old was a distance winner at Wolverhampton last time out.

5.15 Kempton - Capote's Dream

Tom Ward is after a hat-trick with his six furlong specialist and it is hard to look elsewhere than Capote's Dream.

A course and distance winner in February, the Dream Ahead gelding has had a good Summer, with a York win followed by a Class 2 victory last time out at Windsor.

The switch to the all-weather makes sense with soft going on turf and this horse named after the famous novelist can write his way into proceedings here.

Gary Moore is in reasonable form and his Mark's Bear can creep up on our choice here. A winner on his last spin over the all-weather at Lingfield.

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1.50 Musselburgh - Collingham

Donald McCain and Brian Hughes make a good combination and the pair team up with this smart recruit from France.

This three-year-old has run at ParisLongchamp on the flat and won a nice conditions race when last seen at Clairefontaine.

A solid campaign in France should have Collingham fit for this brief one mile seven and a half furlong hurdle.

Collingham has the potential to say adieu to the field on the way to better things.

Twice a winner on the flat, the Ben Haslam trained We Still Believe could be a pest here after knocking on the door with a last time out third at Wetherby.

2.20 Musselburgh - Gouet Des Bruyeres

This five-year-old has proved a consistent sort recently for Oliver Greenall and can defy top-weight in Scotland.

He won in gritty style at Worcester a couple of starts back, holding on for a three quarter length distance victory over fences.

A subsequent second last time out at Ludlow was no disgrace but that was over two miles and four furlongs and the cut back to a straight two miles should help.

As long as his jumping holds up, Gouet Des Bruyeres should be back in the winners' enclosure.

Izzy's Champion is off a workable mark for Lucinda Russell and has the potential to live up to some of her name.

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