Racing Tips: Andrew Mount’s Tuesday Picks, June 14

Senior racing adviser Andrew Mount’s is a contributor to Racing Post, Racing Post Weekender, Racing & Football Outlook, the GG.co.uk website and a regular pundit on William Hill radio. Andrew uses statistics and systems to find value bets and shares his final thoughts below…

Andrew continued his fine form with Lingfield striker JANUS 6-1 on Monday and has three caps on Tuesday June 14. Take his advice this week and throughout the year on horse racing betting sites with the lowdown on his latest picks below:

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ASCOT ROYAL 4.20

NEW ENERGY (system – New Bay 3 years old, recent race, top three last time)

Sire New Bay’s three-year-old offspring has a good record when she got back on the track relatively quickly (within six weeks), landing 39 of her 176 starts (22.2% strike rate) for a profit of £8.29 for a £1 upgrade at SP. Those who recorded a top three last time out were 32 out of 89 (36%) for a profit of £48.04. NEW ENERGY only found Native Trail too good when 40-1 for the Irish 2000 Guineas at the Curragh last time and worth a little interest each way. For info, I’m also on LUSAILwho ran well against the bias in the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket.

THIRST 5.15

RAMBUSO CREEK (system – Kevin Ryan 3 years old, first run after wind surgery)

RAMBUSO CREEK was well supported (9-4 co-favourite) before its reappearance at Pontefract in April but could only finish fifth out of ten runners. He was caught, came from further than ideal and the subsequent wind operation suggests he did not complete his run as expected that day. Kevin Ryan is seven out of 35 with three-year-olds returning from wind surgery for a profit of £9.63, those who started 9-1 or less last time out have landed six of their 19 starts (+ £17.63). He could do better this time.

BRIGHTON 7.53

RUN FORREST RUN (system – seasonal pattern)

The formation of George Baker RUN FORREST RUN has a strong seasonal tendency to its shape, doing best in June/July. His record in those two months reads 0411513 (3-7) for a profit of £15.50, compared to form figures outside that period of 726850755682 (0-12). He got back to form with a runner-up effort over the course and distance last month and can do better here.

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