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Nottingham each-way tip: Pledge Of Honour to get back on track with a flourish

The Tipstrr each-way aficionados are eagerly awaiting the final race of Nottingham's Wednesday meeting with each-way value on offer as nine come to post.

16:57 Nottingham: Host Your Conference At Nottingham Racecourse Handicap (1 mile 2 furlongs)

There's little to separate the market-leading trio, with the odds for Party IslandSnapcracklepop and Time Tells All falliing between 3/1 and 4/1 at the time of writing. 

Out of the trio, it's Party Island who is the favourite at the time of writing and Denis Coakley's gelding will be looking to transfer his all-weather form to turf. 

Two starts ago he landed over the all-weather at Lingfield, however he found it tougher on the turf there last time out, coming sixth out of seven, allowing concerns to creep in over his abillity over turf.

He has won just one of 18 turf outings compared to seven out of 20 on the all-weather.

It's clear that he's a talented horse but his poor form on turf has given the Tipstrr camp some reservations.

Snapcracklepop has started the season well with a fourth when fresh at Bath followed up by a second and he has the potential to continue his upward trajectory here. 

A previous winner at this course, he has the potential to be in the mix come the final stages of the contest. 

Planet Sport Bet offer: Bet minimum £20+ cash on any runner in the race and if Snapcracklepop wins by more than 1.5 lengths, win a £5 free bet

Time Tells All has improved since he moved to Declan Carroll's yard and is looking to continue his upward trajectory here. 

A disappointing ninth on season debut at Thirsk was followed by a promising fifth at Pontefract so if he continues his upward trend he should be in contention for a frame finish. 

Given the mixed fortunes of the aforementioned trio, we're opting for the each-way market and Tipstrr's each-way pundits are backing Pledge Of Honour

Dean Ivory's charge was having a tough time of it prior to his winter break, failing to find the first three in his last eight outings. 

Despite that poor form last season, he did come close with seconds at York and Doncaster. 

However, if you look deeper into the form book his 2022 form was excellent, with a course-distance victory amongst four wins, one second and one third over eight season outings so he clearly has the talent. 

Jockey Liam Keniry looks a solid booking, he picked up two wins at Les Landes in France on Sunday, so he has the knack of picking up wins. 

With previous form at this course and odds of 7/1 at the time of writing, Pledge Of Honour could land you a profit by simply finishing in the top three.


Suggested best bet: Pledge Of Honour each-way in the 16:57 at Nottingham

Read more: Nottingham afternoon racing tips: Best bets for Wednesday, June 5

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