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Brighton, Chelmsford, Newcastle, Warwick - Horse Racing Betting Tips for September 29

Jonathan Nixon

Chelmsford, Brighton, and Warwick are likely to be the pick of top horse racing events on September 29. Horse racing on September 29 takes fans into the racecourses like Brighton, Chelmsford, Newcastle, and Warwick for what is expected to be a great day of action. Horse racing today in the United Kingdom always sees the involvement of such prestigious courses and the sport is extremely popular in the region.


Brighton racecourse draws a lot of visitors especially during the summer, but that does not mean that it is part of horse racing betting throughout the year. Races on September 29 sees the course involved with events like the Herbert William Hall Memorial Handicap and Irish Stallion Farms Ebf Median Auction Maiden Stakes. Known for its tight U-turn, the track being rated as good will help the horses perform well.

Going is good, draw advantage sees low numbers having an advantage over 5f, high best over 6f - in sprint races.

Bet on ROSIE ROYALE at 16:00. With a winning rate of 20.83% in 24 runs, this amazing horse is now on a winning streak, having last won at Bath on September 10. It's a tough day with nothing special, but this is a great bet.


Most of the horse racing tips concerned with races at Chelmsford on September 29 will be focused on events like Totepoolliveinfo.com Handicap, Totepool Like Us On Facebook Fillies' Handicap, and totequadpot Nursery. Unlike the races at Brighton, these events will focus on two-year-old horses as well. Since the track is rated as standard, one can expect only the very best in terms of racing action since the track is also extremely good in its layout.

Going is standard, no information available regarding draw advantage.

19:10. CURRICULUM has last won on the same racecourse on September 15 and seems to be one of the best choices around. Trainer is W J Haggas and much is expected of him.


Betting tips largely favour Newcastle racecourse since it hosts prestigious events with a lot of prize money, but that is not the case with the events on September 29. Only the Perfect Image Nursery for two-year-old horses offers the most prize money while the rest of the racing action sees horses receive around £3000 on average. Fans, though, can be guaranteed a great spectacle while it will also be the case with bet online punters.

Going is standard. No information available for the All-Weather track.

GUN GASE (16:20) seems to be in a great shape. He won at Bath on August 4 and had some nice races since then at Newcastle and Doncaster. This a long shot, but probably the best you can take.


A large number of events at Warwick racecourse on September 29 will see stamina favoured over speed since they are extremely long. The Colliers International Rating Division Handicap Chase and Ignite Incentives Handicap Hurdle at the pick of the events, and they are likely to see a substantial increase in the best odds from bookmakers. The track being good to firm in places is expected to be conducive to top racing action.

Going is good-good to firm in places.

OUR REWARD (16:45) came back after a 97-day break with a win at Sedgefield on September 1st. The other runners haven't won in a while and they're not in a good shape - this is how we motivate our choice. Our Reward is also trained by Jamie Snowden.