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It's a skill that unfortunately we can't all have and it takes years to develop the skills that allow the race watcher to spot a horse that will be winning soon. 

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An Example of a Victor Value Write Up

Newbury2:45 – BetVictor Greatwood Gold Cup Handicap Chase – 2m 4f 

Given there is £60,000 in guaranteed prize money it’s a disappointing turnout for the Newbury feature. That said you can give all seven a chance. 

The highlight of the race could be the clash of Newbury specialists Paint The Dream and Zanzaalthough the latter also has an entry at Kelso.

Paint The Dream won last year’s race and is 3-3 here over fences. No match for Pic D’Orhy when 3rd of 6 in a Grade 2 at Kempton in January. The top-weight is just 4lb higher than when comfortably winning over C&D in November. 

Zanza made it 5-6 at Newbury when winning the Grade 2 Denman Chase (2m 7 ½ f) here last month. He’s 15lb higher than when winning last time but should give his running again at a venue he goes so well at. 
Paul Nicholls has farmed this race since it was first run – 8 winners from 27 runners +48.83 11 placed and 8 winners from 18 runners +57.83 10 placed with his runners aged six to eight 

Paul Nicholls has just one entry in this year’s race Espoir De Guye who will be making his stable debut after a switch from Venetia Williams. You can never dismiss a Nicholls runner here but being 9-year-old puts me off slightly. 

Gemirande was a 5 ½ lengths winner at Wetherby last month. In a deeper race today and 6lb higher than last time but the 7-year-old is developing into a consistent handicap chaser who’s not finished out of the first 3 on his last 7 starts. 

Lord Baddesley was well backed when getting off the mark at the fourth attempt over fences at Plumpton last month. Has a 7lb rise in the weights, in a better race, to contend with but his jumping was good last time and he’s going the right way. 

Sebastopol gained a fourth success over fences when winning a Grade 2 Novices’ Chase over C&D in November. Not been seen since but it was good ground when he won here last time and so the ground won’t hold any terrors for the 9-year-old. 

The Big Bite was on a going day when a 2 ¾ length 3rd of 14 in this race two years ago (11lb higher). He was also an excellent 1 length 2nd of 7 to Funambule Sivola at Doncaster last January. Nowhere near his best on two starts this season but good ground suits and he’s well handicapped.

Newbury 2:45 – The Big Bite – 1pt win – 18/1 @ Coral (Won SP 12/1)