At dawn earlier today the three Nottingham Monday night tipsters were rounded up escorted into the corner of a foreign field and shot through the head. It seemed the kindest thing to do.

Thankfully the Yarmouth trio were on better form. Liam Aspin produced a £31.25 profit. Megan Barnard was on Black Mystery but failed with Notouttheway for an overall loss o £4.55. As for George Turner, there was a £50 win @ 10-11 on Black Mystery, plus £50 @ 11-8 on Hartwood Mustang for an overall profit of £114.20.

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A new face for Newcastle tonight with Jimmy Wright stepping in for Ian Walton.

The form:

The views:

Jimmy Fenwick:

Supa Hot: (R8 T3) Should strip fitter from last weeks race, a good start can see clear him inside pair He has good chance here. £70 win

Crooks Flair (R11 T3) Looks sure to lead and has scope to improve trial time £30 win.

Brian Usher:

For the NB on a difficult card I’m going for Crooks Flair (R11 T3) whilst its back from season and maybe short of its best it was much better grade than this and should make all £40 win
For the nap I’m going for an interesting newcomer Droopys Impact (R2 T4) it’s trials look very good and seems sure to lead and is taken to make all £60 win

Jimmy Wright:

Droopys Bacon (R5 T2) She looks nicely drawn for a clear run on the rail. I expect her to finish well to get up and win. £50 win

Droopys Impact (R2 T4) She is a youngster making her debut but I think she can lead up and make all £30 win

Russmur Lock (R6 T5) Not one of mine but I think he has been treated quite leniently by the grader £20 win


The usual trio from Sheffield with Nick Taylor and Carl Perry the most successful of the 36 tipsters we have featured to date.

The form:

The views:

Carl Perry

A decent card at Sheffield tonight 3 runners far the kennel. I’m going in nice and early with some off my main bets off the evening starting in the first race where Causeway Sergie (R1 T1) ticks all the boxes for me. A cracking effort in his comeback race, going down a short head and little unlucky in running he’s a strong staying type that flies home. I can an see the race being  set up by Keefill Grace. She been showing great early and I an just see her towing Sergie into the winning position. £30 win .
Geelo Mini Bee (R4 T3) has hit the ground running post lock down – like all our dogs – and is in fine form. She defied a double upgrade last time to win in a career best time and best ever split. There is no early pace in two or four and should have a leader’s chance again. She is my best bet off the  night. £40 win 
My final selection Ballymac Conte (R11 T1) did me a good turn when tipped up two races ago. He looks to have been giving another great chance bye the grader by being dropped back into D2. Yes it’s a good D2, but no harder than what he faced last time in the grade. I can see him making good use off the rails pitch and take it up on the dash to the bend. Exciting Coco won last time and showed a hint of a return to form. She would be lot better than this level at her best, so she rates the danger and one to follow in next few weeks. £30 win

Nick Taylor

This isn’t really my kind of card tonight but I’m chancing two picks based on last weeks runs. First up is Causeway Sergie (R1 T1) who will need everything to fall into place for him to pinch the win. But he’s finally started to find his trapping boots and not get too far detached like he used to. But there’s that much early pace in this race that he will have no choice but to resort to his usual running style. He’s forced to get a solo run until the fourth bend where he will be finishing faster than anything in the race. As long as he doesn’t get held up in behind I can see him pinching this close home. £50 win
Another I’m taking a chance on is Coney Swift (R6 T3).  Being a front runner he’s a dog that will need to be at his best early doors to clear the obvious danger to him in T1. Last week’s run from him was probably better than the form suggests and he’s sure to improve for that run as well. Also conditions should be a lot more in his favour today than they was then. Easy Eneavour (T2) is one for the notebook. What he lacks in experience he showed in ability to suggest it won’t be long before he’s winning a race, just not tonight £50 win

Conor Wrigglesworth

Chris Akers’ Causeway Sergie (R1 T1) ran very well last week and was very unlucky not to win especially considering the trouble he got. He came from last coming out of the first bend to finish second only getting beat by a short head. He was bumped on the run up and crowded going into the 4th bend. Barrie Draper’s Keefill Grace (T2) could cause a little bit of trouble for Sergie if she misses her break. Last week she trapped out well clocking a 4.33 split running out of T2 but shot straight over to the rail. However, I believe that Keefill Grace’s consistent trapping ability will allow her to beat Causeway Sergie out of the boxes and get to the rail. Giving Causeway Sergie the chance to drop closely behind her and pick her up coming home. Chris Akers dogs are well on form. Fearsome Encore has won two A1’s since it was beaten by Causeway Sergie a length in a trial over 500m on the 26th May. £50 win
Harry Grimshaw’s George Henry (R3)(T5) likes to run the race the hard way only clocking a 4.60 split last time out of the traps but if he gets a clear run and the gaps open up for him, he certainly should show a change in gear to hopefully land a win. Jamie Smith’s Cabaret Girl looks to be the likely leader in this race clocking a 4.35 split last time out. However, I believe that Henry George with a clear run should be able to take home the win. £20 win
John Sharp’s Sharpys Pluto (R7 T1) is my final selection of the night. This was certainly a tough race for me to decide from. I watched Kirsty Grayson’s Mothers Diva (T5) trial over 500m last week and was certainly impressive. She has early pace and certainly stays the 4 bends strong clocking a 4.31 split and a 29.16 finishing time. While Sharpys Pluto has only clocked a 4.41 split and a 29.22 time last week. However, the reason I have decided on Sharpys Pluto is because Droopys Wild (T4) is on the inside of Mothers Diva and Droopys Wild has plenty of early pace, he may just hold up Mothers Diva going into the first bend. I think Sharpys Pluto should get a clear run and will be a better price, definitely worth taking a chance but I wouldn’t be shocked if Mothers Diva won. £30 win