Reve Du Jour tipped to win Enjoy The Cheltenham Festival With FreeBetting.co.uk Handicap
Reve Du Jour has the best chance of winning Enjoy The Cheltenham Festival With FreeBetting.co.uk Handicap at Southwell in England on Wednesday, March 14, 2012. Winner of the class 6 event will be awarded with cash prize of £1,704.
Eight runners are lined up for the five furlong race, which will start at 1:55 GMT. The names of these participants are: Reve Du Jour, Phoenix Clubs, George Fenton, M J Woodward, Chateau Lola, Lady Nickandy, Script and Jeremy Sue.
Although Reve Du Jour does not have the best strike rate, the bookmakers still have faith in her abilities. The main reason for giving her the best odds is that she has been performing well recently.
This is the most important thing in horseracing, as the runners needs to be in good flow in order to win races. Reve Du Jour seems to be growing in confidence with the passage of time, as her performances have started improving.
The three-year-old filly has raced three times at Southwell and has delivered positive results on all those occasions. This suggests that she likes the conditions at this venue and the bettors will certainly be aware of these stats.
Alan McCabe’s trainee has entered 11 races in her career until now, but has managed to win just once. However, she has secured four runners up positions as well, which suggests that she is quite capable of fighting for victories, but needs a little bit of
In her last outing at Southwell, the young runner was able to challenge race favourite, Bella Ophelia, but fell short in the end. She will be partnered by Sean Levey, who has been doing a decent job over the past few months.
On the other hand, Phoenix Clubs is likely to give a tough time to the race favourite, as she is also in good shape at the moment. She has entered eight races in her career, winning just one of them.
The three-year-old filly has also secured a couple of third place finishes in her career and will be chasing her second victory today. However, things will not be easy for her, as she lost some momentum in her previous two outings.
Although Reve Du Jour looks good for victory at Southwell, anything can happen in a short distance race. Therefore, the remaining participants will also have a good chance of making an impression.